Time Out says
This brand new venue will roll classic Cuban music and dancing into a dinner show that channels the variety performances of 1950s Havana. It’s a formula that has already worked wonders for El Tucán, Brickell’s successful Latin cabaret. Riviera’s format will be similar. An hour-long show will take place during a dinner service. Afterward, the music blares, chairs get pushed aside and Riviera will morph into a Latin dance club. The kitchen is lead by Jose Davila and dishes include octopus a la Gallega, fried calamari and more—available in individual servings or through a four-course meal.
3138 Coral Way
|Opening hours:||Thu–Sat 5pm–3am|
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