The Low Down
What to Drink: Make sure to try a specialty Cuban Drink; the critically-acclaimed Mojito Cubano, Daquiris or Cuban Libre should do the trick.
Parking: Free parking is available at the Mid-America Bank just north of the restaurant.
The Extras: Listen to salsa and Latin jazz Tuesday evenings and romantic bolero tunes on Thursday evenings.
WIne List: Bolero's reasonably priced wine list not only offers a dozen wines by the glass (all $5-$7), but also recommends a food pairing for each.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
by at Gayot
The front dining room of this welcoming Cuban restaurant is where all of the action is (lean over the counter and you can see the sandwich press working its magic). The menu here is as complete as you could ask for; the ropa vieja isâ¦
Cuban with good veggie option...
By smallfry at Menuism
Went here on a Sunday afternoon to find a pleasant, cozy place with a few families dining. The space... Read More
Overated, Understaffed, and NOTHING good to say
By vegitoboi at Citysearch
I was actually on my way to another restaurant when I took a detour and found this place in my sights. I always heard good things from the reviews... Read More
By Olivia c at Insider Pages
My friends and i love to come here on weekends. it always gets packed and fun. the food is good and the alcohol drinks are great. i recommend them ... Read More
Delicious food, very good service and reasonable prices.
By Ricaroo at Citysearch
We went to Cafe Bolero early on a Saturday evening. The atmosphere was very charming. I liked the open kitchen. Our server was very pleasant and... Read More
Exellent food horrible service
By altersand at Citysearch
If you go to Bolero will love the food specially the skirt steak w/ white rice and beans , mojitos are not the same than befoore , too sweet now ... Read More