This is my favorite Cuban restaurant because the dining room is spectacularly designed to resemble Havana and the food provides outstanding flavor.
AAA Inspector Notes
A vibrant atmosphere replicating the streets of 1940s Havana is full of visual interest with lush vegetation, romantic balconies, stained glass, quaint murals and whirling fans. Energetic music still allows conversation, which may drift to eye-popping plates of spicy guava barbecue ribs, smoking ceviche platters and bronzed rum-, honey- and mango-coated salmon. Grilled spice-rubbed rib-eye with jalapeño chimichurri is a house specialty and ropa vieja also is recommended.