Cuba is one of the most elusive Caribbean nations, as evidenced by its ever-changing coordinates and haunting absence from the Beach Boys’ “Kokomo.” Drink until you find it with this Groupon.
$29 for a Three-Hour Open Bar (Up to $60 Value)
The pass is valid for the Latin Nightclub Party on Thursday, Friday, or Saturday from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. A wristband gives guests access to all drink options except for bottle service and glasses of champagne priced at more than $38 per bottle. Inventive cocktails on offer include the El Presidente: Ronrico rum, dry vermouth, sweet vermouth, Leroux triple sec, and grenadine ($8), and the Florida Martini: Stolichnaya vodka, orange juice, and a splash of cranberry juice ($8). See the full drink menu.
The Florida Café
Chef Sergio Perez left his native Havana with his mother's recipes in tow more than 20 years ago, and he still uses them to whip together Cuban fare at The Florida Café. For the past 15 years, he's been crafting cuban sandwiches, paella, slow-roasted pork, fried cow, and shrimp enchiladas from this eatery, which calls the Howard Johnson Hotel home. He and his kitchen staff also prepare breakfast dishes such as eggs with plantains and cuban toast. Sergio augments his list of eats with live Cuban music and an array of wines and specialty cocktails, including the original mojito made with Cruzan light rum, lime juice, mint leaves, and rock-candy syrup from Mount Rushmore's four giant lollipops—gifts from Cuba.
We've eaten Cuban all over Florida, and have lived there for more than a decade. This is the "real thing". We loved it.Karena, Google Places, 4/24/12
When entering this cozy establishment i was greeted by the sounds of cuban music, and a setting taken directly out of the cuba.erikm, Urbanspoon, 1/24/11
1401 S Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, Nevada 89104