Miami chef Luis Pous has fulfilled his dream of opening a restaurant that celebrates the glamorous times of pre-revolutionary Havana.
Calle Dragones, located in Miami’s Calle Ocho district, is named after a street in Havana’s predominantly Chinese neighborhood.
The restaurant’s menu blends Cuban and Asian flavors. The interior is inspired by the golden era of Havana, with red velvet curtains, black crystal chandeliers, terrazzo flooring, 1950s velvet furniture, and a vintage white grand piano.
Nightly entertainment includes Spanish Fiesta Thursdays, Havana Tropical Nights Fridays, Salsa Disco Fever on Saturdays, and World Carnaval Day on Sundays.