Rumbera With Lisett Morales
7:30pm - 3:00am
El Tucán presents:
- 1st & 2nd Seating for Rumbera with Lisett Morales
Valet Flat Rate
Showtime Seating Times
We have two live music and entertainment shows Thursday – Saturday. First dinner seating is at 8:00 pm and our second seating is at 11:00 pm. 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. 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.
There are two shows Friday and Saturday. Guests in first dinner seating have the table for only the first show. After the first show, the table will be turned over to new guests arriving for the last show. We welcome first show dinner guests to continue the night at the Bar and in standing room. Guests in the second dinner seating may keep their table for the duration of the evening.
Our second half of programming for the evening begins at 1:30am. Enjoy pulsating tropical rhythms fused with a variety of electronic music by local to international DJs, coupled with live percussion.
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
Lisett Morales is a unique “Mulata Cubana,” pretty, sexy, and with a spicy flavor. Born and raised in Havana, Cuba, her strong and signature sound instantly made her a rising star at a young age. She began her musical career in Miami, singing traditional Cuban music (Son, Guaracha, Chachacha, Bolero, Son). Her CV is vast, ranging from singing for President GW Bush in Miami, to being awarded an off-Brodway actress position as Celia Cruz. Her deep and potent voice makes her a distinguishable and authentic Artist true to her sound.