Caribbean Restaurants in the Las Vegas Area
Havana Grill is casual restaurant by day, lively nightclub by night. They provide great food, great drinks and live entertainment. They use fresh and natural ingredients to create exotic and authentic Cuban dishes.
Opened more than a decade ago on the Las Vegas strip by Chef Sergio Perez, a native of Havana, this restaurant is frequented by lovers of authentic Cuban cuisine from all over Las Vegas. The restaurant also serves buffet.
Bahama Breeze offers innovative foods and exotic drinks freshly made to order. The food is not only spicy, but is presented in a way that is both eye-catching and appetizing. The menu includes more than 50 brands of beer and island-style drinks.
DW Bistro offers lunch, brunch, dinner, cocktails and beer and DJs spinning party music throughout the day. The menu is a fusion of Jamaican and New Mexican food with one of the best brunches in Las Vegas. The curry chicken bowl and the salmon bowl a
Carlitos Cuban Food serves authentic Cuban food at affordable prices, with menu items such as ground beef with veggies and olives or fried sweet plantains for as low as $5. The seating inside is limited, but there tables on the patio.
Carlitos Cuban Food serves authentic Cuban food at a very good price -- three people can eat for $20, including sodas. The yellow rice with ropa vieja is outstanding, and the Cuban sandwich is wonderfully tasty. The pork and beef dishes are full of f
House of Manchester has limited seating, and dining in is done only by reservation. They serve Caribbean food with plenty of fresh herbs and spices with no gluten or sugar, definitely great for clean eating with allergies. Keto & Paleo friendly.