Located at 16233 Clay Road, Suite 344 in Houston, Flor de Cuba boasts that they serve “Authentic Cuban Food” and authentic it is! Check out their menu at their website or call ahead 281-463-8611 for reservations.
Flor de Cuba has a restaurant, a bakery, a bar and live entertainment. I have personally experienced them all, and they are wonderful! The restaurant serves traditional Cuban cuisine such as rice and black beans, plantains, ropa vieja, and vaca frita. The Houston Press awarded Flor de Cuba “Best Cuban Restaurant” in 2010. They serve breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Their extensive bakery also carries numerous Cuban delicacies, such as pastelitos de guayaba, tres leches, and marquesitos. Finally, Flor de Cuba has terrific live entertainment and an active dance floor on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
All of this will transcend you to Cuba for a complete cultural experience without ever leaving Texas!
January 23, 2012 marks the beginning of the Year of the Dragon. A Dragon Year comes every twelve years and alternates Dragons based on five elements. 2012 marks the year of the Water Dragon. Other Dragon years are the Wood Dragon, the Metal Dragon, the Earth Dragon, and the Fire Dragon.
The Lunar New Year is celebrated by many Asian cultures including by individuals from mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau, Japan, Okinawa, Korea, Vietnam, Malaysia, Sydney, and Singapore. The Dragon, a “sacred creature,” is a symbol of power, courage, dignity, and good fortune in all aspects of life.
Come and celebrate Lunar New Year in Houston with Lions! Dragons! Fireworks! on February 4 & 5 from Noon – 7PM at the Viet Hoa Center in the Beltway Plaza, 8300 W. Sam Houston Parkway South with live music, dance, food, KidZone activities and martial arts. There will also be an evening show on February 4 from 7PM – 10PM. Admission is free.