I am a Cuban-American who grew up in Miami, and when I moved to Denver I was excited to see that there was a Cuban rstaurant in town. Heck, it's even called Cuba Cuba - the food's got to be good, authentic, homestyle Cuban, right? Wrong. The whole point of Cuban food is that it is cheap food at its best...as my mother likes to say, Cubans make the most out of very little. Cuba Cuba is over-priced and not authentic. I agree with the previous post - duck ropa vieja?!? Give me a break! What Denver desperately needs is an authentic Cuban restuarant that serves delicious food cheap.
I look forward to trying Buenos Aires...I don't care where you're from if you can make a good Media Noche. From what I understand, the owner of CC is from Miami, and they've got it all wrong. Hopefully, it takes an Argentinian in Denver to make a good Cuban sandwhich.