Mojito Restaurant & Lounge - Hotel Midtown Atlanta(404) 892-4400
Cuban, Spanish, Banquet/Party Room, Bar, Catering, Kids Friendly, Outdoor Seating, Romantic, TV/Satellite, Wi-Fi/Internet Access, Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch (Cuban Food & Culture History)
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Restaurant DescriptionYou will know the difference as soon as you arrive. Mojito welcomes you with an elegance and tropical pleasure found no where else in Atlanta. We present the cuisine of renowned Chef Lucy Alvarez. She brings you the mystery and temptation from a forbidden country, Cuba. The distinctive blend of atmosphere and cuisine make this a completely unique dining experience.
Entering Mojito is like taking a journey to Cuba as it was and as it should be. Begin by tasting one of our exquisite Mojitos made to order by our experienced bartender or select a fine wine from one of the best wine lists in the city. When you taste the food you will know you have arrived, you. Stop by to taste our exquisite dishes at Mojito. have made the voyage to Cuba that only a few have made. One of the most sensual experiences is our succulent Crab cake, or the best Calamares with a special sauce you won't soon forget.
The classic Cuban cuisine as well as innovative dishes like Mariscos in Chipotle and the incredible Buena Vista Chop are available each and every evening. Don't forget to ask for Lucy's famous flan or sumptuous pudin de pan for desert.
Stop by to taste our exquisite dishes at Mojito.Mojito also serves the best Breakfast (buffet or ala carte) seven days a week. Lunch is available Monday through Friday. Great food, great service, and great value that's what you get at Mojito, only the best!
Come experience Cuba at its best.
Catering and private dining are available. We are just a call away.
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