Description

This is Revolución de Cuba, the ultimate Cuban food, cocktail and fiesta experience.

At long last, the eccentric Cuban spirit has come to the brilliant city of Belfast. Expect dazzling handcrafted cocktails, dishes loaded with exotic flavour and full on tropical party vibes that are unlike anything you’ve ever experienced before. Revolución de Cuba also has live music, authentic tapas and more rum than you can shake a maraca at.
Imagine a place where the heart of the party beats to a salsa rhythm. Where great live music, perfect cocktails and beautiful food meet. Where every day isn't everyday. You can get all this and more, right now, right here in Belfast. 

Revolución de Cuba is all about celebrating the vibrant Cuban rhythm. With live music, salsa classes and samba girls, there is always a fiesta to be had. Whether you want relaxed drinks with friends, the party of a lifetime or a delicious meal with your loved one, at Cuba it'll truly be an amazing and unforgettable experience.
 
The food is brought to life with Cuban energy, Latino passion and more than just a hint of Havana flavour.
Their Latin-inspired menu is full of exciting dishes but if you can't decide which Cuban dish is your favourite then their tapas dishes were created for people just like you! With pork belly skewers that are roasted in their own spicy rum sauce, nachos del sol that are topped with manchego cheese sauce, black beans, fresh guacamole and mango salsa or even the albondigas which is homemade meatballs made with beef, chorizo and pork all served in a rich tomato sauce, there is a dish for everyone. 

Cuba doesn't just do great tasting authentic food, they also create unique, delicious and refreshing cocktails. From the classic mojito made with Bacardi Carta Blanca rum, fresh mint leaves, lime, sugar and soda to the zombie that is a tiki classic. The secret blend is mixed with pineapple, orange and fire… yes real fire! 

If sharing is more your thing, we suggest fuelling your fiesta with one of the fantastic packages. These range from welcome drinks and sharing teapots all the way up to maximo cocktails, a giant twist on their classic cocktails. 

To find out more and book your own trip to Cuba, contact the bar by calling 028 9590 9249 or emailing bookingsbelfast@revoluciondecuba.com.
location_on
25-39 Arthur Street,
Belfast.
BT1 4GQ

You might also like

  • From the blog

    Belfast Pub Trail Map

    Enjoy a great range of Irish beers in Belfast, thanks to Diageo's Pub Trail Map. Sample a pint of Guinness, Harp, Hop House 13 or Smithwick'...

    Find Out More
  • Duke of York

    gps_fixed 0.59KM

    Nestled along a narrow cobbled alleyway in the historic Half Bap area, the Duke offers a traditional Belfast welcome, craic and music.

    Find Out More
  • Cloth Ear

    gps_fixed 0.56KM

    The Cloth Ear provides patrons with a pleasing twist on the quintessential Irish pub.

    Find Out More
  • Cursed Goblet

    gps_fixed 1.46KM

    Unleash your wizardry and conjure up cocktail concoctions!

    Find Out More
  • Kelly's Cellars

    gps_fixed 0.34KM

    One of Belfast's oldest traditional Irish pubs, Kelly's Cellars offers live traditional music, pints of Guinness and Irish stew.

    Find Out More
  • Horatio Todd's

    gps_fixed 4.25KM

    Visiting East Belfast? Then you have to dine or have a drink in the award-winning Horatio Todd's Bar and Restaurant.

    Find Out More
  • Morning Star

    gps_fixed 0.42KM

    A must for anyone wanting to see a living museum piece of old Belfast.

    Find Out More
  • Liquor XXX
    Liquor XXX

    Liquor XXX

    gps_fixed 0.65KM

    A Latin themed bar with tequilas, rums and piscos.

    Find Out More
  • Alibi
    Alibi

    Alibi

    gps_fixed 1.01KM

    Located on Bradbury Place, in the heart of Belfast's Queen's Quarter, Alibi offers the very best in liquor, food and music.

    Find Out More
  • Belfast Empire
    Belfast Empire

    Belfast Empire

    gps_fixed 0.94KM

    A converted church in the heart of Belfast, The Empire hosts regular Music Hall gigs and comedians from the UK and international comedy circ...

    Find Out More
Ask Us
Ask Us

We're here to help, so if you can't find the info you're after, or you just want to ask a really odd question, then we're here for you.

Ask A Question
arrow_upwardBack To Top
In order to display distances relevant to you, we'd like to be able to use your GPS location. Privacy Policy
Registered users can create scrapbooks to plan, save and organise ideas and itineraries for a trip to Belfast. Find Out More
In order to display distances relevant to your current position, we'd need to be able to use your GPS location. To find out more about how we use your location, please read our Privacy Policy
You have previously denied access to your GPS location. In order to allow access to your location, you need to update your site settings through your browser settings to allow this site access to your location.

To find out more about how we use your location, please read our Privacy Policy
Your settings have been updated. They will take effect next time you refresh the page.
By default, all distances on the site are calculated from Belfast City Centre. You can choose a different starting point here, or specify your own.