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Mambo Nuevo Latino

Mambo Nuevo Latino
Cuisine Style:
Latin
Location:
Downtown
Address:
77 Clarence St., Ottawa, Ontario
Telephone:

Mambo Restaurant
The pleasure of entertaining…. Taking inspiration from the fiery and aromatic cuisine of Central and South America, MAMBO is big flavors, samba~salsa music, mojito~caipirinhas and an array of tapas. The restaurant’s exposed brick walls and bold vibrant colors imbue the main dining area with a truly intimate atmosphere, making it perfect for romantic rendezvous or corporate cocktail receptions. The private room on the lower level or rooftop patio is perfect for celebrations, company meetings or product launches. MAMBO Nuevo Latino brings dynamic nightlife and a vibrant mix of cultures where you’ll wine; dine on a unique mix of Latin influences.
Famous for its creative and diverse menu, Mambo’s dishes such as the luscious Camarones de Costa, Chorizo Tostado, Pollo Aphrodisiac, and Matador Filet Mignon will bring the tropics to our northern city even on the chilliest of mornings.

The aromatic cuisine of Central and South America also gives a dynamic nightlife and a vibrant mix of cultures to a restaurant hotbed that will spice up the nation’s capital. "We very much admire the Latin way of life and hope to capture that spirit at Mambo," who has customers who visit for corporate cocktail events, parties or just a nice meal with the family.

Mambo is getting even hotter with its Tapas Happy Hour specials, which can be enjoyed after work, Monday to Friday from 3pm until 6pm, or late night from Sunday to Saturdays 10pm to 12am. Drop in and enjoy a wide selection of scrumptious tapas !

Diverse weekly entertainment also keeps the party going with Sizzling Salsa Thursdays with in-house dance instructors, each Friday is dedicated to DJ Luis Solis, known as the Don Juan of Ottawa’s Latin movement, and Saturdays feature DJ Otto Hernandez, who brings the diverse sounds of the latin tropics to life. The finest Salsa, Merengue, Cubano-Africano and Bossa Nova are some of the range of musical talent that frequent Mambo throughout the week. "There is so much emphasis put on enjoying life, on wonderful meals with hearty food and beautiful South American wines, and the importance of sharing these experiences with those most important to you".

Since its opening, Mambo has been drawing in large crowds and hosts hot summer lounging on its oasis rooftop patio. "We believe in a heightened sense of hospitality and its importance to the overall dining experience". For more information about Mambo Nuevo Latino, to make reservations or to learn about the menu or the varied wine list call 613-562-2500, or visit www.mambonuevolatino.com