Cuban Restaurants in Bayonne

$10 for 20% Off Your Bill for Cuban Cuisine at Cuba Restaurant. Groupon Reservation Required.

Cuba Restaurant

Greenwich Village

Cuban-style ceviche, paella, empanadas, and sangria in the heart of Greenwich Village

$10

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$40 or $80 Off Your Bill at Sitio Samba & Sabor

Sitio Samba Sabor

Astoria

Cuban-, Brazilian-, and Peruvian-inspired dishes include ceviche, fish stew, and beer-braised chicken

$80 $40

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$10 for 35% Off Food & Drink at Agozar Restaurant and Lounge. Groupon Reservation Required.

Agozar Restaurant and Lounge

NoHo

Ropa vieja, cubaniche sandwiches, and other Cuban comfort food served alongside fusion tapas like sangria-glazed chorizo

$10

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$22 for $40 Worth of Cuban Cuisine and Drinks at Guantanamera

Guantanamera

Midtown

The Zagat-rated Cuban eatery creates a festive atmosphere with live music, hand-rolled cigars, and a bar with 30 types of rum

$40 $22

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Cuban Cuisine for Two or Four at Cafe Cortadito (51% Off)

Cafe Cortadito

East Village

Cuban bistro lauded by the New York magazine crafts traditional favorites with a modern flair, such as beef empanadas with chimichurri salsa

$65.85 $32

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Cuban and Dominican Cuisine for Two or Four at La Gloria (35% Off)

La Gloria

Jackson Heights

Cuban and Dominican cuisine such as roasted pork served with rice, beans, and plantains and shredded, marinated skirt steak with peppers

$40 $26

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Cuban Dinner Cuisine at Casa de la Trova (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Casa de la Trova

Fair Lawn

Spanish- and island-inspired Cuban cuisine including whole red snapper, chicken on the bone, and house-made flan

$30 $15

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The chefs at Mojito Grill immerse the intimate dining area with the savory scents of classic Cuban fare. Employing a decades-old cooking method, they use traditional la caja china roasting boxes to prepare hearty cuts of pork, steak, poultry, and fish. These special ovens heat to extreme temperatures, but keep the flames from ever touching the succulent slabs. This seals in flavor and juices while creating a crispy exterior. Marinated churrasco skirt steak, grilled wild salmon in a guava glaze, and roasted pork highlight the menu alongside traditional Cuban sandwiches. Delectable flavors can be relished with a Cuban coffee and bookended by a Cuban flan.

802 Broadway
Bayonne,
NJ
US

It's been nearly two decades since Hard Grove Cafe opened, and in that time, the Cuban-themed restaurant has evolved into a place where locals gather to see art exhibits and dance to live music. Of course, the biggest draw is still the authentic Cuban cuisine. Diners can dig into seafood mofongo?roasted chicken glazed with guava-infused barbecue sauce?and tangy ropa vieja, amid other exotic dishes. Vegetarian-friendly alternatives are available, along with sandwiches and burgers for diners who are afraid to use forks. Bartenders whip up refreshing mojitos and cosmos for accompaniment. Sundays bring an extensive brunch with optional bottomless bloody marys and mimosas.

319 Grove St
Jersey City,
NJ
US

From crisp croquetas de jamon to beef-filled empanaditas, the Cuban-style tapas at Agozar Restaurant and Lounge come flavored with the same rich, Caribbean spices that fill the childhood memories of its co-owners, siblings Gerardo Perez and Diana Mastrodimos.

?We?re from a Cuban family, [with] a Cuban grandma," Perez said. "We lived in Miami for some time, so we had traditional Cuban food almost every day. Our dad also worked in Cuban restaurants in NYC, like Victor?s Cafe, so we had that upbringing."

But in recent years, the brother-and-sister team has expanded their menu beyond the classics they remember from childhood. Today, they also serve "Nuevo-Cubano" dishes that draw on influences from Spain, Mexico, and even China, reflecting the full cultural diversity of modern Cuban cuisine.

Dishes to Discover

Those familiar with Cuban cuisine will easily recognize classic dishes at Agozar, including pressed cubaniche sandwiches, shredded ropa vieja, and citrus-marinated lechon. But there are dishes here that may surprise even the most seasoned palate. A few highlights:

  • Crisp calamari sweetened by Dominican honey
  • Vegetarian wild-mushroom croquettes with piquillo pepper sauce
  • Ginger-glazed "Chino-Cubano" salmon with vegetable fried rice

  • Chorizo with caramelized onions in a sangria glaze

In the Press

* New York Magazine recommends the tapas-like small plates, which are "vibrant with spices and emboldened by fresh ingredients." * The New York Times notes the spot's "lengthy list of flavored mojitos," which draw in muddled-drink enthusiasts and also people who love to read lengthy lists.

324 Bowery
New York,
NY
US

The sound of mojitos and caipirinhas clinking fades into the rhythm of salsa and merengue tunes at Havana Alma de Cuba every night. At the heart of the restaurant, the kitchen prepares a rich spread of Cuban, Latin, and Spanish dishes rated very good to excellent by Zagat and recommended by New York Magazine. Chef Gerardo Tlapa marinates fresh fish in citrus juices to create daily ceviche specials and prepares traditional entrees by braising shredded skirt steak in tomato and covering pork chops with a rich chorizo-tomatillo sauce. Flickering votive candles and a wall-size mural of Cuban streets and musicians playing conga drums create a lively atmosphere in the dining room. Beyond the bustle inside sits an outdoor patio with seating for private events including wedding rehearsals and staring contests.

Live music from Son, Mambo and Rumba serenades guests Thursday–Saturday nights. Tuesday and Wednesday nights bring a different sort of show. Special guest Jose Martinez crafts complimentary cigars for each diner, expertly rolling each one before their eyes. Martinez draws on 30 years of experience that began with his training in the Dominican Republic and continues in his current position as a cigar maker at La Rosa Cubana, which Ciagar Aficionado calls "the old grand dame of New York's mini cigar factories."

94 Christopher St
New York,
NY
US

“The big front windows were opened to the warm breezes, and as we watched the neighborhood passing by, listening to the shouts of schoolchildren, high school flirtations in Spanglish and other lively sounds of the city, we agreed that we could not possibly have anything better to do at that moment than sit there.” So wrote Eric Asimov in a 2004 New York Times review of Cafecito, which, in addition to the ambiance, praised the “very good” food, including a “fine, traditional Cubano sandwich.” Even when the windows are closed, the petite double storefront maintains a sunny feel with walls of buttercup yellow and warm raw brick hung with mirrors and art in exuberantly oversize frames. On one side sits a long counter where baristas steam café con latte and muddle mint for mojitos. On the other side, diners dig into shrimp with garlic and citrus or the Cuban-style stew of pulled flank steak and peppers known as ropa vieja, named after the Spanish phrase for “old clothes” for the recommended attire for slurping without fear of spills.

185 Avenue C
New York,
NY
US

Named after a classic Cuban love song, Guantanamera celebrates the culture and traditions of Old Havana, dishing up authentic cuisine, complimentary hand-rolled cigars, and live music. Homemade dishes such as pressed roast-pork sandwiches and yellow rice with shrimp share menu real estate with elegant entrees of braised oxtails with mashed plantains. Bartenders sweeten mojitos with sugar cane or prolonged exposure to greeting cards, and they pour more than 30 types of aged rum sourced from South America and the Caribbean.

On Friday and Saturday nights, cigar expert Juan de la Cruz enlists traditional tools to hand-roll Dominican tobacco inside thick, complimentary cigars, and patrons can hone their salsa, rumba, and cha-cha moves to live music Tuesday–Sunday at around 9 p.m. Inside the eatery, exposed-brick walls encroach on vibrant, hand-painted murals depicting idyllic Cuban scenes, such as dancers, musicians, and city streets. A parade of candles casts a gentle glow upon crisp white tablecloths, and rattan-covered ceiling fans make balloons lament their helium innards.

2018 3rd Avenue
New York,
NY
US