Beacon Features: Carousel Can Can Cafe earns 10 out of 10

By Evelyn Ticona
Features Editor

A new restaurant at CityPlace has captivated its customers with its unique decoration, great service and phenomenal food: Carousel Can Can Café.

Following its opening about a month ago on the second floor of CityPlace, it stands out from its neighbors with its eccentric exterior design.

Inspired by the French can-can era of the 1890s, the decor features a hybrid of contemporary American design and playful carousel elements.

The menu features a variety of French-American dishes, balanced with international recipes as well.

“We have a twist of everything here. Pasta, casual … fun food,” said Paco Gracia, manager of the Carousel Can Can  Café. “Our customers enjoy a great environment and entertainment everyday.”

During weekdays one can-can dancer performs to a mixture of  can-can and modern music.

Interacting with customers, the dancer offers them some entertainment while they eat dinner. There are up to three can-can dancers on the weekends.

“People can get dinner anywhere; we offer good quality food and entertainment together,” Gracia added.

Carousel Can-Can Café has a family friendly environment. The can-can dancers interact with customers respectfully and make your dinnertime a time for fun.

PBA President Lu Hardin recently visited the restaurant and said, “Mary [my wife] and I live … next to the campus. Therefore, we walk to CityPlace often for dinner. The service was excellent.  The crab cakes are a perfect 10 out of 10 and the entrée salad was very good.  Overall, Mary and I would give Carousel Can Can high marks.”

Price wise, which is everyone’s concern nowadays, it’s pretty affordable. An entree costs from $12 to $26. For those on a budget, all appetizers and pizzas have a 50 percent discount from 3 to 7 p.m.

Thinking about making reservations? Call (561) 233-6001. Carousel Can Can Café is open Monday-Thursday from 10 a.m. – 9 p.m.; Friday-Saturday from  10 a.m. – 10 p.m.; and Sunday from 12 – 6 p.m.

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