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Kimberley c.
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Report | a year ago
The location in NYC is better
Darnell T.
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Report | a year ago
Keep up with the great drinks.
alma h.
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Report | a year ago
Great Experience. I have frequented the Manhattan Location and I have frequented the Westchester Location, but by far this is the BEST location and ambiance.
Charlene K.
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Report | a year ago
The food was amazing. The drinks can use a little work. For the price, they should be more stronger. But best of all, the service was fantastic. Even though the 18% gratuity was added to the check, we still left an additional $13 tip. Everyone was very attentive.
Rodwyn G.
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Report | a year ago
keep it up.
Avi R.
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Report | a year ago
Drinks had too much sour mix.
Vanessa Z.
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Report | a year ago
Please mimic the Roosevelt Field location reciepes and please make sure chicken is fully cooked! The food is amazing at RF but this location I doubt I will visit again.
Cheryl a.
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Report | a year ago
I had a great time. The food was great and so was the service.
Lorraine
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Report | a year ago
Service was exceptional
ken h.
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Report | a year ago
had a great time.
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In 2002, entrepreneur Jeremy Merrin teamed with fellow restaurant mogul Arlene Spiegel and head chef Stanley Licairac to establish Havana Central, a family-friendly enterprise based on lively Latin music and the rich flavors of Cuban cuisine. The food of Cuba draws from disparate influences across the globe⎯Spanish, French, African, Chinese, and indigenous cultures⎯manifesting into tender skirt-steak ropa vieja, empanadas stuffed with savory meats and goat cheese, and salmon, chicken, and shrimp marinated in tangy citrus juices.

Though the restaurant's leafy palms and tropical cocktails hint at the freewheeling good times of 1950s Havana, the staff pairs their joie de vivre with social responsibility, specifically by donating to local charities and taking on numerous green initiatives. As guests sip mojitos and sangria and sup upon slow-roasted meats and chicken sofrito, a lineup of live entertainment keeps feet moving in rhythm. Interactive events include salsa-dance lessons, charanga bands, and reenactments of the charge up San Juan Hill.