Step off Miami's vibrant Calle Ocho and into a world of culinary and cultural delight at Calle Dragones, the newest offering from Salvaje Hospitality Group and acclaimed Cuban-born Chef Luis Pous. Building on the success of their locations in Bogotá and Cartagena, Calle Dragones brings a unique twist to the Cuban cuisine heritage, expertly blending it with the flavors of Asia. The menu features signature dishes such as Crab Fricasé with Thai Sofrito, Mojo Roasted Lechón Pekin with Guava Hoisin and Chinese Pancakes, and Risotto Congri with Short Rib Vaca Frita, and to cap off the immersive experience, dessert favorites like Pina Colada Pavlova and Cuban Rum Hot Cheesecake with Guava Ice Cream.
Calle Dragones offers more than just a culinary experience; it is a feast for the senses, with nightly performances and live music curated by musical director Dayhan Díaz, whose productions have been nominated for the Grammy Awards seven times. The venue, spanning over 4,897 square feet, is designed by Spanish Architect and Interior Designer Ignacio García de Vinuesa, following a Rococo design. Every detail of the restaurant and cabaret tells a story about Cuba's rich cultural heritage. Special elements include custom-made 1950s velvet furniture, red velvet curtains, black dangling crystal chandeliers, and a vintage white grand piano, which complete the luxurious ambiance.
Calle Dragones serves dinner seven days a week, and Sunday brunch is available from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. Guests can enjoy Happy Hour from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on weekdays, with lunch expected to debut in the coming months. Nightly programming including Spanish Fiesta on Thursdays, Havana Tropical Nights on Fridays, Salsa Disco Fever on Saturdays, and World Carnaval Day on Sundays (Brunch) add to the festive atmosphere, making Calle Dragones the perfect destination for locals and visitors alike.