Cuba is one of the most elusive Caribbean nations, as evidenced by its ever-changing coordinates and haunting absence from the Beach Boys' "Kokomo." Bite into mystery with this Groupon.
$15 for $30 Worth of Caribbean and Mexican Food
The menu includes Jamaican-style steak ($9.95) sautéed with bell peppers, chicken taquitos with fresh guacamole ($7.25), and a carne asada grilled cheese ($7.95) on cuban bread. Patrons can also sip fruit shakes ($3.95) blended from mango or papaya.
La Bamba Island Cuisine
Does your mouth have a passport? If not, that’s ok. For nearly 25 years, La Bamba Island Cuisine has been sending taste buds on flight-free Caribbean excursions via dishes inspired by the culinary traditions of Cuba, Jamaica, and Mexico. Owner-chef Chris oven roasts shredded pork for menu items as varied as cuban sandwiches with ham and pickles to their popular St. Thomas burrito with guacamole and pico de gallo. Soft taco shells wrap themselves warmly around eight different meats, including chicken, fried cod, or grilled mahi-mahi. Wine and special seasonings flavor Panama shrimp with bell peppers, and, like the hermit crab who writes restaurant reviews for the New York Times, the seafood burrito stuffs mahi-mahi, shrimp, and salmon into its monstrous shell. Pair any of plate of well-traveled cuisine with a refreshing sangria, beer, or margarita.