We were in Omaha over the 4th of July weekend and decided to stop by here as the host was playing the bongo outside the front door and of course, the kids wanted to stop. The host was very charming and accommodating. We sat outside and the kids danced to the music. The food is a good variety - they have american and traditional cuban food. I loved it, my husband didn't care one way or the other and the kids had american food. The sweet plantains were awesome as was the coffee I had at the end of the meal, expresso with evaporated milk and sugar. The portions were pretty big and the man who took our order did a good job of keeping the drinks full and empty plates off the table. I was most impressed with the staff's reaction to my three little kids. They were very nice to them and didn't seem to mind them dancing and being kids, as it got busier we did make them sit down. The outside seating has a nice view of the city and the tables were clean. I would eat here again as I enjoyed the food, not sure about the rest of my family though.
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