Guantanamera Restaurant Coupons and Deals
A rumbling stomach is the body's reminder that humans need food, much like a rumbling volcano is the earth's reminder that humans are needed as food. Sacrifice your hunger with this Groupon. $20 for $40 Worth of Cuban Cuisine and Drinks The dinner menu includes entrees such as ropa vieja—shredded skirt steak braised with tomatoes, peppers, onions, and garlic sauce and served in a plantain basket ($20); paella marinera with mussels, clams, calamari, bay scallops, shrimp, and lobster tail ($25); and the classic sandwich cubano with roast pork, ham, swiss cheese, pickles, and mustard ($15). Lunch is a prix fixe ...
There's Cuban food, and then there's a Cuban experience. Personally, we prefer the experience. Treat all your senses at Guantanamera with $40 worth of food and drinks for $20. This Hell's Kitchen spot serves authentic dishes made of the freshest ingredients and flavorful spices. Feast on Paella, Cubano sandwiches, Papas Rellenas, Flan, Tres Leches and more for lunch and dinner. Don't the forget the drinks, with fine wines, liquors, specialty cocktails, sangria and more. The atmosphere is festive, service impeccable and there's even live music and dancing at night on select days. Make it an experience for 50% less with today's kgbdeal. Reviews:Guantanamera has 259 reviews and a 3.5-star rating on Yelp: "Come here if you are looking to have a great meal with good drinks and food. Definitely come here if you are looking to enjoy a great band, while enjoying said food and music...." –Mike O. on 9/25/12
The streets of Old Havana are similar to those of Hell's Kitchen: Both are filled with palpable energy, lively music, and tasty libations being toasted at every turn. That's why it's no surprise the deliciously authentic Guantanamera -- the spot New York Magazine calls "genuine escapism" -- is situated in this hood. With today's deal from this beloved establishment, pay $20 for $40 to spend on Cuban cuisine and potent drinks. Start with oh-so-fiery sautéed chorizo and plantain chips or a citrusy mixed-seafood ceviche, and then enjoy tender oxtails in wine sauce, juicy shredded chicken with mixed peppers, or crispy, whole red snapper. And don't forget to close your feast with the decadent tres leches cake or tropical coconut custard for dessert. This always-fun resto gets rave reviews for its vibrant atmosphere, live salsa, true-to-life décor, and charming staff -- but would you expect anything else from a place that feels like it's nestled in a breezy Cuban locale? Want more? Check out Guantanamera on Facebook.
Scout Notes: You’re walking down 8th Avenue after a day of hard work when, over the traffic, you hear the joyful sounds of a bustling party. You step into the vibrant Guantanamera and promptly leave the rush of New York City for a night in Havana. From the rich meals to the colorful mojitos and live music, the Midtown hot spot fulfills its motto as “the spirit and flavor of Cuba". The food is fresh and authentic, from the Ropa Vieja (shredded skirt steak braised in garlic sauce with tomatoes, onions and green peppers then nested in a tropical plantain basket) to the Lechon Asado con Mojo Campestre (juicy suckling pig with cassava in garlic sauce served with congri, traditional Cuban rice and black beans). The mojitos are also well-known as some of the best in the city, made with Caribbean rum, sugar cane, fresh sprigs of mint, lime juice, ice and a splash of soda water. With the city’s best Cuban musicians entertaining the crowd on Tuesday through Sunday nights, you’ll be swaying to the beat as you order your second drink. On Fridays and Saturdays, you’ll want to pick up one of their complementary cigars, rolled at the front of the restaurant by Juan de la Cruz, a professional Cuban cigar expert. As you puff on one post-dinner, you’ll notice that it reads totalmente a mano y con mucho amor (totally by hand and made with lots of love). Time to plan your next trip — no airfare needed! Menu Highlights: Calamares al ajillo — $8 Sandwich Cubano — $11 Ropa Vieja — $16 Lechon asado con mojo campestre — $16 Mojito — $10 / $45 pitcher Hours: Lunch — Monday - Friday: 11:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Dinner — Sunday -Thursday: 3:30 p.m. - 12 a.m.; Friday & Saturday 3:30 p.m. - 1 a.m. Brunch — Saturday & Sunday: 11:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
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