Alphabet City

Published on July 22nd, 2012 | by Dipsology



Cienfuegos is one third of Ravi DeRossi’s cocktail Bermuda Triangle that is East 6th Street and Avenue A, and sits above the two others, Gin Palace and Amor y Amargo.  Named for a Cuban port town, it’s painted in pastels and features a large iron gate with fancy scrollwork that feels just like what you’d imagine in old school Havana.  The latin music creates a lively atmosphere and a fun time.  You can order drinks by the glass, but we recommend the punch bowls – and don’t forget the mini Cuban sandwiches.  This is a great spot to come with a group of friends for a fun night out – or stop by on Sunday when punch is half off all day.

Good for: Casual drinks – Groups – Late night party scene – Low key date

Reservations: Accepted  |   Max Group Size: N/A
Food: Small Plates   |   Wine: Yes  |   Beer: Yes



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