Friday, February 3, 2012

3 Cuban Restaurants In NYC You HAVE To Try!

Having lived in Miami I've eaten a good share of Cuban food, but some of the BEST Cuban food I've eaten has been right here in NYC. Next time you have a craving for some Spanish food, or are in town visiting consider eating at one of these delicious restaurants.

1. Victor's Cafe

Victor's is located in the theatre district is probably the most well known Cuban restaurant in town. It's been open since 1963 and after trying their food you'll see why! Their high-end menu consists of old classics as well as some exclusive mouth-watering signature plates. They have a very authentic atmosphere complete with cane-backed chairs and paddle fans in the rafters.

2. Havana Central

Havana Central has 2 locations, one in the upper west side and another one near times square on W46th st. which has quickly become our favorite Cuban spot. The portions are generous, the live-music is energetic, and the atmosphere transports you to Cuba in the 1950's complete with vintage posters and towering palm trees. Oh, did I mention that the food and drinks are delicious too?!

3. Cabana Nuevo Latino 
Cabana also has several locations including some in Florida, but the location on South Street Seaport was the one to reel me in. They have a wrap around patio that provides some spectacular views of the pier, waterways, and the Brooklyn bridge. The food is great and priced extremely well for the atmosphere!

Have you been to any of these, or do you have a recommendation for me? Let me know!

1 comment :

  1. I have been to two of these, Victor's Cafe & Cabana and absolutlely love both...I love, love love the Mojitos at Victor's Cafe, but a nice spring or summer day...i could just sit outside at Cabana's munching on Plaintains chip.


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