A Cuban oasis located in the heart of the Adams Morgan district, this Washington, D.C., restaurant and bar is a colorful tribute to the sounds and culture of the island city that bears its name. Since opening in 1991, Habana Village has been a popular hangout for D.C.'s Cuban émigrés, who gather to socialize over a game of dominoes. The bar also helped ignite a salsa dance craze that swept through the area in the mid '90s and has been going strong since. Authentic Cuban cuisine such as pollo con arroz and fried plantains is available, and refreshing cocktails like the mojito, a drink native to Cuba, are served to perfection. With three spacious stories and two dance floors, Habana Village is sure to heat up your appetite for a spicy Latin night.