If you are looking for Cuban food or culture, stay away. There isn't a single dish here that is truly authentic, with the exception of the "Moros y Cristianos" (black beans and rice, cooked together) and that was very bland. Even a dish like "Ropa Viaja" which is always made from flank steak, was transformed into a pork dish. The live trio was good, blaring songs of the "Gypsy Kings" genre, but, again, nothing Cuban about them. On the other hand, if you just want a beer or an ok mojito, the atmosphere is pretty nice. The bar area gets crowded, but plenty of dining room upstairs or downstairs.
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