Cuban Restaurants in Fort Lee

Cuban Dinner Cuisine at La Bella Havana (Up to 43% Off). Two Options Available.

La Bella Havana

Downtown Yonkers

New York Times–lauded paella, empanadas stuffed with shrimp, chicken marinated in garlicky Cuban sauce, and pork with rice and okra

$70 $40

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Michelin Bib Gourmand Award-Winning Cuban Dinner with Sangria for Two or Four at Havana Cafe (Up to 56% Off)

Havana Cafe

Bronx

Snack on appetizers such as green plantains with bacon and shrimp, followed by pan-fried pork chops and glasses of sangria

$66 $31

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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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$20 for $40 Worth of Cuban Cuisine at Amor Cubano

Amor Cubano

East Harlem

Minty mojitos pair with Cuban specialties such as grilled churrasco and the El Cubano pressed sandwich

$40 $20

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$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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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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$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 (47% 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 $35

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Rebecca's menu renders grumbling bellies speechless with steak- and seafood-based entrees served in softly lit rooms that "whisper romance" according to Susan Leigh Sherrill of Dining 201. The eatery's unique take on Cuban and Caribbean fare shines through in a grilled double-cut pork chop slathered like a love note to a scarecrow with roasted corn salsa. The espresso crème brûlée, a delicacy crafted from the chef's personal recipe, embellishes white linens indoors or tables strewn about the garden. Patrons swish their own libations while a cherubim fountain gurgles rock ballads to the surrounding flora-laced stone face.

236 River Rd
Edgewater,
NJ
US

Bolts of sheer fabric dangle from the ceiling of Havana Dulce's dining room, filtering the soft lighting before it hits the burnt-orange walls and mimics the sight of a Caribbean sunset. Meanwhile, the aromas of fried plantains, lemon-marinated ceviche, and roast pork drift throughout the space and tempt diners with their combinations of sweet and savory flavors.

The nightlife at Havana Dulce revolves around the bar's refreshing cocktails and fruit-filled sangria, as well as the spirited dance floor. To help to keep feet stepping and hips swaying, the restaurant features live shows throughout the week, including DJ sets, band performances, and staged readings of colonial Virginia's first tax code.

5117 Tonnelle Ave
North Bergen,
NJ
US

Amor Cubano captures the delicious essence of Cuban cuisine with sumptuous brunches, lunches and dinners of juicy steaks, tender stewed meats, and tasty cocktails. Plates of grilled chorizo, flavorful ropa vieja, and mouthwatering plantains invite taste buds to a sizzling culinary salsa dance, and fresh mussels, shrimp, and fish serenade palates with Spanish-language sea shanties. Throughout the restaurant, brick accents and artwork sate optic appetites, and regular live Latin music and dancing keep toes tapping to exotic rhythms.

2018 3rd Ave
New York,
NY
US

Cienfuegos evokes the bayside Cuban city for which it's named with bright colors, traditional recipes, and an abundance of rum. An array of small plates, such as ham croquettes and octopus ceviche with coconut milk, complement sandwiches such as the classic Cubanitos with roasted pork, sliced ham, pickles, mustard, and two melted cheeses. Flights of rum introduce diners to new favorites, and cocktails showcase the spirit with such creations as the Dark & Stormy, which adds zest with house-made ginger syrup and lime. The dining room walls, awash in emerald green paint, offset the collection of white leather furniture, whose sleek lines span from armchairs to tufted banquettes. Brass candlesticks and wall-mounted shelves introduce other pops of color, such as fuchsia candles, glass objets d'art, and the end of a rainbow.

95 Avenue A
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.

939 8th Ave
New York,
NY
US

Though its dining room is in the heart of Yonkers, La Bella Havana's food transports diners straight to Cuba with the chefs' homestyle Caribbean cooking. Drawing equal inspiration from the land and sea, hearty comfort foods include sauteed chorizo with fried plantain chips, empanadas with a variety of fillings, and massive servings of paella that the New York Times hailed as "the real deal: stuffed with seafood, chorizo and chicken, full of flavor and cooked to perfection." The drink menu similarly embraces its Cuban roots with hand-blended mojitos and other potent tropical cocktails.

But Cuba's presence inside the restaurant also goes beyond the edibles to its island-inspired decor. The walls give the appearance of rustic, exposed brickwork peeking through plaster and a glance upward yields ceiling fans and their distinctively leaf-shaped blades. Even the bar area is shaded by a thatched straw canopy, which shields the bartenders from the imported Cuban sunshine.

35 Main St.
Yonkers,
NY
US