What You Get
- $10 for a Groupon reservation booking and 35% off your total bill
After booking your dining experience at Agozar, you can start salivating over the quintessential Cuban dishes such as tender ropa vieja and pressed cubaniche sandwiches as well as fusion tapas such as a goat-cheese-filled eggplant milanesa or grilled shrimp with Mexican mole. See the full menu.
How It Works
Reservations may only be made at times available on Groupon. You may select “Buy & Book” to book at purchase, or book later by following these steps:
- Purchase deal
- Visit “My Groupons” or tap the mobile app to make a reservation
- Select day and time online to secure reservation
- Show up for your reservation and mention your name and the word “Groupon” to the host—they’ll be waiting to welcome you.
Agozar Restaurant and Lounge
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
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