Photos: Calle Dao
After surviving the pandemic and a brutal fire, Calle Dao (38 W 39th St), a popular Cuban Chinese restaurant in Midtown destroyed by a massive fire, is "literally" rising from the ashes. After 15 months of closure, maintenance and clean-up, Calle Dao is finally welcoming diners back to its Bryant Park location.
Founded by restaurateur Marco Britti, Calle Dao pays homage to Havana’s once-thriving El Barrio Chino (Chinatown) by blending Cuban staples with Asian flavors. Menu options include Char Siu Pork Belly, Garlic Mojo Shrimp, Cuban Fried Rice, and Lobster XO Noodles. Mojito, Margarita and Cuba Libre are counted among the cocteles.
Calle Dao will be open 7 days a week, including bottomless brunch every Saturday and Sunday.
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