Agozar!

Bar / Cuban Restaurant
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Agozar! - Bar | Cuban Restaurant in New York.
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Party Earth Review Perhaps more kitsch than Cuban, the charming Agozar! nonetheless provides East Villagers with a delicious Cuban-Spanish tapas menu and some of the best mojitos in town. An eclectic L-shaped space painted in vibrant hues... ... read full review

  • Subway:

    4, 6: Bleecker Street-Lexington; B, D, F, M: Broadway Avenue-Lafayette Street

  • Phone:

    212-677-6773

  • Links:

  • Hours:

    M–Th 11:30am–3:30pm and 5pm–11pm, F 11:30am–3:30pm and 5pm–3am, Sa noon–4pm and 5pm–3am, Su noon–4pm and 5–10pm

  • Recommended as:

    • Day Spot
    • Night Spot

Party Earth Agozar! Review

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Looking for more info on Agozar! In NoHo? Check out Party Earth for reviews, photos, and more for this fun NYC restaurant and bar!

Perhaps more kitsch than Cuban, the charming Agozar! nonetheless provides East Villagers with a delicious Cuban-Spanish tapas menu and some of the best mojitos in town.

An eclectic L-shaped space painted in vibrant hues of blue, orange, and red, the bistro is a popular lunch spot for bag-laden shoppers who fill the banquettes in the narrow Havana Dining Room to savor ceviche and tapas beneath vibrant oil paintings.

Early evenings see an influx of couples, local young professionals, and fashion intern types who crowd into the compact mojito lounge or linger at the tables in the front bar area to take advantage of the excellent Happy Hour deals.

On weekends, the combination of great food, cheap drinks, and a DJ spinning loud Cuban music and Top 40 hits draws a slightly younger crowd of both casual and dressier pre-partiers, though the vibe is more on the drinking and dining side than on the dancing side.

Upbeat and lively no matter what time of day or night, Agozar!’s unpretentious atmosphere and Cuban cuisine make it a great first stop on a night on the town.

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Tip from Emma:

Go for the weekend brunch – not only is the food fantastic, but the deal includes unlimited sangria for the first two hours.

  • Crowd

    Local nine-to-fivers, shop girls, fashion-conscious downtowners, dates, and shoppers, 20s to 30s.

  • Entertainment / Music

    Ambient Cuban tunes. DJs spin Top 40, hip-hop, and Latin music on Fridays and Saturdays from 10pm. TVs.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    Cuban and Spanish lunch, dinner, and tapas menus, including empanadas, grilled pork, and rice and beans. Cuban brunch Sa–Su noon–4pm. Happy Hour Tu–Sa 5–8pm and all night Su–M.

  • Prices

    Tapas $6–$9, entrées $14–$23, desserts $5+. Beer $6, wine $7–$9, cocktails $9–$12, sangria $8.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    From casual jeans and t-shirts to cocktail dresses and button-downs.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    Thursday and Friday nights for the biggest and liveliest crowds, and Saturdays for a good date vibe.

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