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Zona De Cuba

(718) 292-1400

558 Grand Concourse

Bronx, NY 10451

If you’re looking for a rooftop with a live salsa band, plenty of socially distant tables, and more life-size props than a Disney ride, head to Zona De Cuba in The Bronx. This huge Caribbean restaurant has a colorful dance floor, gaudy chandeliers you’d find at an estate sale, a booth made from the back of an old-school Chevy, and individual igloos you can reserve for private groups. They’re taking reservations for dinner and weekend brunch right now, and you can book a table on their website.

Think about a quiet candlelit dinner in your living room, and then think about the polar opposite. That’ll give you a sense for what it’s like at Zona de Cuba. The massive rooftop at this Caribbean spot in The Bronx has a live salsa band, tons of palm trees and chandeliers, and a booth made from the back of an old-school Chevy. Book a table, or a private igloo if you’re going on a double (or triple date), and order a variety of empanadas or mojo-marinated pork chops with plantains.

The massive rooftop at this Caribbean spot in The Bronx has a live salsa band, tons of palm trees and chandeliers, and a booth made from the back of an old-school Chevy. If all of that, plus mojo-marinated pork chops or plantains stuffed with Cuban spiced beef doesn’t have you convinced to make a reservation, perhaps their pitchers of cocktails and private igloos will do the trick.

This Caribbean spot in the South Bronx has a live salsa band, tons of palm trees and chandeliers, and a booth made from the back of an old-school Chevy. Whether you decide to enjoy all of that on the massive outdoor rooftop, the similarly large and colorful indoor space, or one of their private igloos, make sure to order some mojo-marinated pork chops or plantains stuffed with Cuban spiced beef.

It’s possible your first thought after voting in 2020 is, “Holy sh*t I need to drink something spicy and riddled with tequila,” Zona De Cuba is the answer you’ve been searching for. This Caribbean restaurant has a massive rooftop with a light-up dance floor, a booth made from the back of an old-school Chevy, and individual igloos you can reserve for private groups.

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