Havana Central might be one of the few things worth visiting Times Square for as a local. In their own words, with a spirited sense of buen gusto… Havana Central presents a portal to Cuba's golden era, when life on the island paradise was a continuous party. Stepping through the doors, diners enter circa 1950s Havana, where Celia Cruz is singing her latest hit with the La Sonora Matancera band, where the flavorful food is gently spiced and comfortingly reminiscent of home (no matter where home might be!). The bartender has a refreshing mojito waiting and Ernest Hemingway could walk in any minute and belly up to the bar. Sure enough refreshing libations were plentiful, however there were no IRL Ernest Hemingway sightings (insert sad face here). But that sad face didn't last long as Havana Central brough the heat with delectable Cuban apps, Hennessey and Grand Marnier sangria, and best of all… a suckling pig roast. Boom goes the dynamite.