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Posted by Yankee Fan in NJ on 10/20/2004
My buddies and I drove to Yankee Stadium, parked our car and took the #4 train uptown to 59th Street. We ate at Cabana's, great meal, great service, got back on the train back down to Yankee stadium in time for the first pitch. This beats by far a hot dog and beer at the game! What a great way to start the ballgame. And the Yanks won!
Posted by Anonymous on 10/06/2004
My dad and I came across Cabana by chance while walking to Bloomingdale's. It grabbed us with its colorful interior and Zagat survey sign in the doorway. The food was great especially the fried plntains which I went back for the next day. The salads are filling and a good price. Go out of your way to dine here!
Posted by Cuba in Queens on 08/19/2004
The only bad thing about this place is the hard choice of what to order. Get an app and an entree, even if there are leftovers to enjoy the next day!
Posted by M. Davis on 08/05/2004
Wednesday August 4th, 2004 my Daughter and I took wife to the Cabana on Third Ave and 60th in Manhattan. I had been told by a friend that the food was great and I wanted to celebrate my wife?s birthday by taking them both to dinner. My friend was right the food was delicious, at that point the evening was very lovely, the waiters and waitresses sang happy birthday to my wife, and it was nice. However, after I had paid the check, I was told by the waitress that my tip was below standard and she told me that I had to pay her a $16 tip. Where I am from you don't cause a scene, so I paid her twenty dollars tip. Which totally ruined a perfect evening for me. Sincerely, M. Davis
Posted by Elena on 08/01/2004
You will not be seated at this place unless your whole party arrives, and if there isnt any room at the bar (which has about 4 stools) you'll be waiting outside!!! The place does have some great food though to make up for their rude waitresses.
Posted by Manny on 07/18/2004
Cabana offers a lively atmosphere decorated with a tropical motif. I've been there several times and have enjoyed the food, which is very nicely presented, particularly the appetizers. The prices are very reasonable as well. NYC needs more places like Cabana.
Posted by A Real Foodie on 07/15/2004
If you go, you must try the jerk chicken wings (my boyfriend and I are always tempted to lick the plate), the coconut shrimp (there's enough to have it as an entree if you're not that hungry), the arroz con pollo, the steak with chimmichurri sauce, and the ropa vieja. But really I've never had anything bad there (except maybe the flan, but I'm not a big flan fan to begin with).