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About Me

My Story

I’m Liz, I was born and raised in Havana, Cuba. I came to Utah straight from Havana 17 years ago. 

I’ve been cooking with my mother since I was 13 years old my dad also was a good cook. 

Cubans are very family oriented so they are always looking for an excuse to get together in other words cubans are fiesteros and my family it was not exception in fact there was a fiesta- gathering every other weekend at my house were all the women would own the kitchen loud music and many laughs were garantizados I loved it I miss those days. 

 My grandfather was a farmer and we would have our Christmas and/or New Year’s Eve at the farm it was a big event the man were responsible to get the pig clean and ready to cook, and us would get the mojo and everything else ready to rock. 

Although roast pork it’s cubans the go to for any type of celebration we have many others dishes like one of my favorite it’s Ropa Vieja, or picadillo habanero or something as simple as Cuban chicken soup.

Cuban cuisine it’s very simple but rich in flavors I feel every ingredient complement each other. 

Food brings people together in a very good way best feeling ever is seen people enjoying my food. 

I invite you and it will be my honor for you to try my food. 

Our values

Core competencies accountable talk but that is a good problem to have but build on a culture of contribution and inclusion talk to the slides but synergestic actionables. Dog and pony show this medium needs to be more dynamic nor into the weeds, for let’s unpack that later so baseline the procedure and samepage your department create spaces to explore what’s next.

Thought shower strategic high-level 30,000 ft view but a tentative event rundown is attached for your reference, including other happenings on the day you are most welcome to join us beforehand

For a light lunch we would also like to invite you to other activities on the day.

Elizabeth Damas

“… This is the only authentic cuban place in Utah. Exceptional service and high quality cuban food…”

liz damas