Angi Bruss and Kyle Roberts shot this video in preparation of this week’s Big 12 basketball tournaments.
The above video was shot by Kyle Roberts. Dave Cathey manned the mic for a tour of Cafe Antigua. Cathey likes his food spicy, and I’ve noticed, from south of the border.
A few weekends ago I ate at Cafe Antigua, located on North Classen and formerly More than Muffins and Cafe do Brasil. The special that day was the excellent Mayan Chicken, served with black beans and white rice. Not sure what the green sauce was. They said, but I don’t remember, but it had some heat.
Like Cathey, I like my food caliente. The breakfast portion of the menu looked excellent, and I could eat some breakfast any time of the day. And twice some days.
Saturday night at the NAA Marketing conference in Orlando and the crew is hungry. We cab it to downtown Disney. Not for magical tea cup ride, but for some dinner.
We wander into Bongo’s, are told it’s a half hour wait amongst all the families and tourists but it shakes out to a quick 10 minute wait.
Cuban band with congo drums is on the ground floor. We are ushered upstairs with a view that overlooks the dancefloor. Gloria Estefan concert video from Miami plays on the plasma screens.
Food is good. Menu is mostly Spanish to describe the Cuban foods. I ordered a steak, about $15. Came with white rice and plantains. I’ve had Cuban food in Miami in Little Havana. This was frankly pretty similar.
Cubans really like their seasoning or at least this place was a big fan of garlic.
Downstairs, the conga line wound through the restaurant.