Offering Cuban/Latin American cuisine in an atmosphere that recalls Old Havana, Alma de Cuba possesses a dark, airy and sophisticated vibe that makes you feel like you’re on vacation.
Casa Lapostolle 2006 Clos Apalta (Colchagua Valley)
Bodegas Caro 2007 Amancaya Cabernet Sauvignon-Malbec (Mendoza)
Orin Swift Cellars 2009 The Prisoner Red Wine (Napa Valley)
The wine list focuses on bottles from the U.S., South America and Spain.
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