A Weekend With Cucu Diamantes
7:30pm - 1:00am
El Tucán presents:
Valet Flat Rate
Showtime Seating Times
We have one live music and entertainment show on Thursdays and two shows on Fridays and Saturdays. Doors open at 7:30 pm for cocktails and general admission. Dinner reservation guests should arrive promptly and with all guests in attendance prior to being seated. We have a 15 minute maximum hold time for all table reservations. A Credit Card is held for all reservations. 24hr cancellation policy. $50 per person charge for no-shows.
Dinner & Reservations
Our sharable prix-fixe menu is $85 per person upstairs and downstairs every Thursday. Dinner reservations include all items listed in the menu paired with our spectacular Tucán show followed by a live band. Beverages are separate.
The menu includes a variety of savory dishes and chef’s selection for dessert. The Chef updates our menu often, to provide a range in your dining experience.
We encourage all of our guests to fix up and look sharp by coming in cocktail attire or formal wear. Please note: Casual attire such as flip flops, t-shirts or beach wear will not be admitted. This is showbiz, kid!
For guests bringing minors to dine at El Tucán, please note that we accept 18 and under between 7:30 – 11:00pm. Our venue strictly enforces 21+ at any bar area. After 11:00pm, El Tucán is 21+.
About The Artist
Born of Spanish, African, Chinese and French heritage, CuCuDiamantes is a fascinating singer-songwriter and actress from Cuba. Together with producer and guitarist Andres Levin, Diamantes co-founded the sizzling-hot Latin fusion band, Yerba Buena, and was directly responsible for garnering major recognition and popularity for the band, including a Grammy nomination, special request performances with artists such as Dave Matthews, Ray Charles, Juanes and Celia Cruz, as well as critical media praise such as:
“[A] joyful, partying, sexy and smart voice.” – Associated Press.
“[A] musicologist’s dream… a joyful, ever-evolving, border-hopping groove…something serious gained for [popular music].” – The New York Times.
“A sizzling jam session.” – Wall Street Journal.
“The best Latin album of the year… the most danceable concert of the
entire year.” – Miami Herald
“Smoking hot… Resistance is futile. Dance you must, and dance you will.” – The Washington Post.
“Yerba Buena is one of the most exciting bands to hit the Latin music scene in years.” – VIBE.
“[One of] our best musical performances.” – Late Night with Conan O’Brien.
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