Guests will be treated to a full bar featuring tropical drinks and sample a variety of Brugal rums as well as wines and craft beer from Brouwerij West.
Take a culinary tour of Cuba through four courses of traditional island fare interpreted with contemporary flare by Thank Goodness It’s Sofia, co-creators of Stripe Café at Palos Verdes Art Center.
Accompanied with Yucca Chips with Sea Salt
The classic Cuban hamburger adds sweet and spicy accents
to the American standard with a blend of ground beef and pork,
topped with a crown of crispy shoestring potato fries
CUBAN ROPA VIEJA
Braised Shredded Brisket and Vegetables in a Savory Tomato Base
Over Morros y Cristianos with a Plantain Accent
One of the national dishes of Cuba,
this hearty beef stew is slow-cooked with
a medley of herbs, vegetables and a dash of wine,
served over black beans and white rice.
FIRE-ROASTED MOJO CHICKEN DRUMSTICK WRAPPED IN BACON
or CUBAN LECHON
Cuban Green Salad of Shredded Lettuce, Diced Tomatoes,
Pickled Red Onion, Black Beans & Grilled Corn
Finished with a White Balsamic Vinaigrette
No Cuban feast is replete without Lechon, pork slow-roasted with garlic and herbs.
The heart of island cuisine is mojo, a marinade and finishing sauce made of
sour oranges and Chef’s favorite spices.
WARM BANANA RUM BREAD PUDDING
Topped with Dolce de Leche Ice Cream
A sweet ending follows a savory trio.