1940s Cuba was a time of political unrest. The people wanted more, so they made more. Art, food, and drink flourished at the pinnacle of Cuban culture. Grand hotels and restaurants showcased brass and golden doors, merchants sold woven wooden baskets, elegant chandeliers and sconces lined the streets. Vendors peddled watermelon ice, green plantains fried and dusted with sugar, and a myriad of pork and chicken snacks slow cooked and served on delicious breads.
Inspired by this period of Cuban culture, Cayo Coco is a tropical vacation waiting in the heart of Birmingham. A space made for rest, comfort, and escape. Enjoy food and drinks from menu’s inspired by many classic Cuban and Latin favorites, with just a touch of the South. Find yourself in paradise, at Cayo Coco.