The restaurant is located at 2822 N. Henderson Avenue at the corner of Willis Avenue not too far away from downtown Dallas, and the hours of operation of the restaurant are from Sunday through Thursday from 11:00 A.M to 10:00 P.M and Friday and Saturday from 11:00 A.M to 1:00 P.M, and Happy Hour is served from 4:00 P.M to 7:00 P.M. The shopping center where the restaurant is located has a large parking lot but Cuba-Libre Café also offers a valet service.
And even though the restaurant is quite big with over 5000 square feet divided in a two story building, it can get very crowded especially during the weekends because it is open late. The restaurant calls itself Cuban but the food is more of a fusion of Latin American and American.
For their drink menu the best is during happy hour as they offer $2.00 drinks such as their famous mojito, or mango mojitos but also other favorites such as pomegranate red sangria, frozen margaritas or even a frozen Cube libre.
On their menu for appetizers you can order the Baja ceviche cocktail which is shrimp, tilapia, and tomato and avocado in a spicy cocktail sauce for $10.00, the Hawaiian plantain chips which are with a chili garlic, avocado ranch and mango BBQ for $6.00, or a seared chorizo queso which comes with tortillas and plantains for $9.00.
For their sandwiches you can order the libre cheeseburger with come with lettuce, tomato, mayonnaise, onions, pickles and Monterey Jack, or the pressed media noche which comes with ham and pork asado, pickles and Swiss cheese, or even a pressed pollo noche which comes with jerked chicken and pork asado, pickles and Swiss cheese for $10.00.
For their entrées you can order chicken enchiladas verdes which are enchiladas served with a roasted tomatillo salsa, rice, black beans and queso for $12.00, or a voodoo blackened salmon which comes with coconut rice and a vegetable stir fry with a mango BBQ sauce for $16, or even the Dungeness crab cake BLT tacos which come with a passion fruit tartar for $14.00. And if you prefer meat you can order the Churrasco fajita an eight ounce marinated skirt steak, rice, caramelized peppers and onions, guacamole, charred tomato salsa and grilled flour tortillas for $17.00.
And they also offer desserts such as the banana Bunuelo which is tropical fresh fruit, vanilla ice cream, chocolate and caramel sauce, or Cuban coffee crème brulee with two chocolate cigarettes, or even a banana maple pecan bread pudding for $7.00.