Open since 1963, this is the place New Yorkers return to for fantastic Cuban cuisine. A 1940's Havana look with latino music playing in the background that adds to the ambiance of the place. With a menu that includes black angus skirt steak in chimichurri sauce, roast suckling pig and paella. Superb cooking and warm friendly service adds to the delight of the evening. An average entrée here is $28 and their is also a price fixe menu available. Each couple is responsible for the cost of their own meal. A delightful dinner evening awaits at Victor's Café.