What could be more exciting on a Saturday night than delicious international food with a side of 1920s burlesque? At Cuchi Cuchi - named after Charo's famous phrase - that's just what you'll get!
The gorgeous dining room features vintage decor and surprises that will make you feel as if you've stepped into a 1920s burlesque show.
Even the waitstaff are in on the theme, strutting around in vintage burlesque costumes provided by the restaurant.
But Cuchi Cuchi is more than just a tacky theme restaurant. Their food is legitimately delicious!
They specialize in small plates heavily influenced by Latin American cuisine, but don't call it tapas! Tapas is from Spain while the international dishes at Cuchi Cuchi highlight flavors from Portugal, Guatemala, Cuba, France, Italy, Russia, Thailand, and Japan.
Cuchi Cuchi's bar features re-purposed stained glass windows, an extensive wine list, creative craft cocktails, and "vintage" cocktails reminiscent of the post-prohibition 1920s.
The French 75 is named after a field gun used during World War I and is made with gin, champagne, fresh lemon juice, and simple syrup.
Or try the Vesper Martini, an original 1953 James Bond cocktail made with Bombay Sapphire gin, Tito's Handmade vodka, Lillet Blanc.
Cuchi Cuchi's dinner hours are Sunday through Thursday from 5:30 PM to 10 PM, Friday and Saturday until 11 PM.