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What You'll Get
In tapas-style dining, you share small plates with fellow diners, unlike family-style dining, in which you share a giant spoon with your brothers. Dine in good company with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $10 for $20 worth of Cuban-fusion cuisine for lunch
- $18 for two tapas (up to a $9.50 value each) and two specialty drinks (up to a $9 value each; up to a $37 total value)
- $27 for two tapas (up to a $9.50 value each) and four specialty drinks (up to a $9 value each; up to a $55 total value)
At lunch, small plates or full-size entrees top tables, including classic Cuban sandwiches pressed with layers of pork, ham, swiss, and pickles ($9.50), or ropa vieja, a Cuban-braised flank steak over Cuban rice ($16.25). Customers who choose one of the tapas options can feast on two of more than a dozen small plates, such as creole-smoked St. Louis–style ribs and brazil-nut-encrusted manchego cheese drizzled with chimichurri. Specialty drinks, such as a sidecar garnished with a sugar rim, accompany tapas. See the full menu.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit one per table or two per table of 6 or more. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in only. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Not valid with any other offers or specials. $20 Groupon is valid only for lunch 11:00–4:00 pm. Monday–Saturday. $18 and $26 Groupon is valid for for lunch Monday–Saturday 11:00–4:00 p.m. and dinner Monday–Thursday starting after 4:00 pm. For dinner, choose any two tapas (up to $9.50 each) and two or four specialty drinks (up to $9.00 each). Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
In the late 1960s, a new music craze hit the scene. English lyrics and a unique fusion of rhythm and blues with Cuban stylings helped the boogaloo quickly capture the attention of audiences across the country. And though Boogaloo—the restaurant—isn’t known for its music, it’s not hard to see the logic behind its name. Just as the fusion of musical styles engaged listeners, Chef Dan Powers engrosses diners with his menu of Cuban specialties laced with Caribbean and creole elements.
Pressed Cuban sandwiches layered with pork, ham, and swiss cheese vie for attention with Jamaican jerk chicken—smoked in-house—and shrimp po’ boys buried in housemade rémoulade. Elegantly plated tapas, such as crispy crab empanadas and Jamaican beef patties, make for lighter, shareable meals.
Those who want to forgo food in favor of specialty cocktails can grab a mojito or glass of sangria and race to one of the bar’s popular swing seats, so named because of their refusal to vote predictably.