Coming off of the main entry way, there's a patio (which was packed when I went) and a cozy dining room with draped fabric on the ceiling that makes it feel like you're eating inside a tent. The wine selection is fantastic and they have quite a few mixed drinks as well. The plantain chips I had for an appetizer are out of this world. A little salty, a little sweet, and a refreshing break from tortilla chips, they come mounded on a huge plate with a few mojos (oil based sauces with various spices and herbs) and an avocado mash, which is just the right mix of creamy and chunky.
Service is as fast as possible considering they were crazy busy when I went; for good reason too. Their entrees are fantastic, and I had a hard time choosing between dishes (which range from $16-$24) like paella, slow roasted pork, seafood dishes and more, all with interesting sides. I sampled the Churrasco con Papitas (Steak and Potatoes), which came out exactly like I wanted it: a big hunk of medium meat and a pile of fries dressed with their garlic mojo sauce. (The sauce was so amazing, I didn't mind having the taste of garlic in my mouth till halfway through the next day. The Cuban hamburger is also a solid choice: ground beef and chorizo on a brioche bun served with yucca fries. Another example of the diverse produce offerings.
I left Cuba Cuba completely satisfied with another meal of leftovers in tow. Why's it called Cuba Cuba? I honestly don't know. Maybe it's so good you just have to say it twice.
Visit www.cubacubadenver.com for hours and location.