Tapas are smaller than entrees, letting you pretend that you have that disease that makes you a giant. Take tiny bites with this voucher.
Choose Between Two Options
- $30 for $50 worth of Spanish food at dinner for tables of two
- $60 for $100 worth of Spanish food at dinner for tables of four
- See the menu, which includes rabbit in salmorejo sauce, cordero al vino, jamon serrano, Spanish chorizo, manchego cheese, olives, and more
As couples and groups gather for dinner around Caribbean lobster, steaks, and tapas, the wine flows freely, and eventually, the stillness of early evening gives way to the revelry of nighttime. Flamenco dancers climb onto tabletops, music begins to play, and diners set down their forks to clink glasses, deliver celebratory champagne baths to their loved ones, and do some dancing of their own.
This is the scene at Casa Panza, where dinner transforms into an all-night party. Set amongst Little Havana's sparkling nightlife, the Spanish cafe wraps festive visits in an equally festive experience. Outside, a bastion façade mimics that of a fortress, and inside, Spanish tiles, bodega-style wine racks, and hanging ceramics further immerse guests into the exotic decor. On Friday and Saturday nights, flamenco dancers flock to La Cueva, a party area where 50 to 70 guests can take in the show while noshing on tapas and paella. Even more live music can be found at Salon Rojo, a ballroom and nightclub that books performers from around the world and hosts private receptions for up to 250 guests.