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Victor's Cafe Celebrates Summer With Margarita Wednesdays

May 17, 2010 - by City Guide News Desk
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All summer long, on Wednesday nights from 5:30pm until closing, Victor's Cafe (236 W. 52nd St. (Broadway-Eighth Ave.), 212-586-7714; www.victorscafe.com) -- one of the city's top Cuban restaurants -- will be offering their signature margaritas for $8 in their Cuba Lounge. And if you can't make it to Victor's on a Wednesday, be sure to visit the Cuba Lounge on Friday and Saturday nights, when they host live music.

About Victor's Cafe: Since 1963, this family-run New York treasure still gets it right. Consistently serving fine authentic Cuban cuisine, the zesty black beans, roast suckling pig, paella, and tropical sangria are still as delicious as ever. Perfect for pre- or post- theater, business lunches, private parties or for the perfect mojito in the Cuba Lounge. Stop by Manhattan's Cuban connection for its unforgettable, acclaimed fare. 7 days, lunch & dinner. 236 W. 52nd St. (Broadway-Eighth Ave.), 212-586-7714; www.victorscafe.com.

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