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THURS JUNE 6,  6:30PM-10PM
282 Route 4 E, Paramus NJ 07652
(201) 343-4108
Make Dinner Reservations for the best seats

AfroCuba Band is a very UNIQUE Cuban Band.  We bring very REFINED and CLASSY Cuban Music for those who want a Traditional Unplugged Cuban Quintet.  How are we different?  Our bass is not electric, it is Upright Acoustic.  There is no piano, only a tradtional Cuban Guitar or Cuatro.  There are no loud trumpets or trombones, only a VIOLIN and the occasional flute.  There are no Timbales, just CONGA and BONGO.   Why is this important?  It must be this way to sound Cuban!   Also, our repertoire is exclusively Cuban Classics. 

 Bring the whole family and see how our music is as AUTHENTIC and delicious as the food at Dos Cubanos.

Take your friends and family to the new Cuban restaurant Dos Cubanos, the largest Cuban restaurant in Bergen County. Enjoy a delicious food at our home-style Cuban restaurant in Paramus, New Jersey in one of our tropical dining rooms. Experience the feel of Old Havana as you enjoy your favorite specialties prepared by our chef and his staff. Choose from one of our many tapas selections including empanadas, grilled chicken wings with a guava sauce, and ham croquettes. Our lunch and dinner menus include the traditional favorites, including the “sizzling” skirt steak, crispy red snapper, and the renowned ropa vieja. We offer a wide selection of delicious, Cuban sandwiches like the “Traditional Cuban Sandwich” and our typical “Pan con Lechon” served on freshly, pressed Cuban bread or you may just want a fresh half pound grilled cheeseburger. Go on the light side and choose from our healthy wraps and salads with chicken and shrimp. Come and enjoy the true Cuban experience at Dos Cubanos.

Cuban cuisine is a fusion of Spanish, African and Caribbean cuisines. Cuban recipes share spices and techniques with Spanish and African cooking, with some Caribbean influence in spice and flavor. This results in a unique, interesting and flavorful blend of the several different cultural influences, with strong similarities with the cuisine of the neighboring Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico. A small but noteworthy Chinese influence can also be accounted for, mainly in the Havana area. During colonial times, Cuba was an important port for trade, and many Spaniards who lived there brought their culinary traditions along with them.

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