Where the conga dance (line), originally a street dance in Cuba, began its popularity in America. La Conga opened on Broadway and 51st in 1929 and by 1937 it was wildly popular in New York. The rest, as they say, is history. This fabulously black menu cover is from the early 1950s.
Courtesy Private Collection.
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