Grab a seat and dig in! Havana Tropical Cafe in Highlands offers tasty eats everyone will enjoy.
Havana Tropical Cafe does not prepare their menu with low-fat items, though, so those following a strict diet may have better luck elsewhere.
Take a peek at the drink menu here, and make sure to sample something off the list.
Both the young and the young-at-heart will dig the family-oriented menu and ambience at Havana Tropical Cafe.
Dine out in the open during Havana Tropical Cafe's summer season when patio tables are available for use.
Havana Tropical Cafe is well-known for being able to seat large parties.
Drift away from stuffy dress-code conventions and dine in comfort at Havana Tropical Cafe.
Through their catering service, Havana Tropical Cafe can also set out a delicious spread for your next party.
If you need to get somewhere fast, the restaurant also serves up grub to go.
Free parking is available to Havana Tropical Cafe's diners that need it.
A typical meal at Havana Tropical Cafe will set you back less than $30.
The chefs at Terrazza Restaurant meld Cuban, Spanish, Portuguese, and Latin American cuisine into house-specialty fusion fare. Diners launch an opening volley against hunger with the Terrazza house salad, a blend of arugula, cucumber, and garbanzos in balsamic vinaigrette. Carve a mark into the ropa vieja, slow-braised skirt steak with bell peppers, onions, and peas, or savor the pescado al ajillo, fillet of sole sautéed in a white-wine and garlic sauce and mounted on the wall to sing holiday jingles at the press of a button. Patrons converse in the earth-toned dining area over the grilled chicken breast of the pollo a la plancha, or sit amidst low, blue lighting at the bar sipping 1 of 17 mojitos (not included in the price of this Groupon). Guests cap off the meal by forking through caramel-laden flan made with custard as rich as the man who invented money.
Sconces cast a soft glow on modern, wooden tabletops. Green glass tiles glint in the light of fluted hanging lamps. Tea candles flicker next to plush, low lounge seating. The lighting inside Cubanu creates a romantic atmosphere before dates even dig into its menu of American-influenced Cuban dishes, such as empanadas stuffed with goat cheese and spinach. Patrons can also drink glasses of signature house-made sangria, or cap off long nights of filing joint tax returns by munching on late-night tapas dishes served on Friday and Saturday.
At Mojito Cuban Cuisine, chefs parade platters of Caribbean classics and tropical cocktails through a rustic, airy lounge. At the rough-hewn wooden bar, bartenders shake up the eatery’s namesake cocktail, a mojito crafted from a recipe indigenous to Havana’s famed La Bodeguita del Medio. Brick walls, exposed ceiling beams and faded blue hues lend Mojito a vibe that New York magazine describes as “scenester-friendly and warmly inviting.”
Walk into Cubana Cafe with an appetite, and fill up on hearty Cuban cooking.
Dieters beware — Cubana Cafe does not offer low-fat cuisine.
Beer, wine, and more are also available from Cubana Cafe's extensive drink list.
The whole family can enjoy a meal at Cubana Cafe with its kid-friendly fare.
The patio seating at Cubana Cafe is perfect for those warm summer days.
Need room for one more? Add another to your party — Cubana Cafe is great for large groups.
You can't book your table ahead of time at Cubana Cafe, so show up early for your pick of tables.
Cubana Cafe offers an informal dining experience for those who are allergic to jackets and ties.
Drivers should plan to park on the street when dining at Cubana Cafe's Smith St residence.
Prices at Cubana Cafe typically stay below the $30 mark, so you can afford to bring along a friend or a date.
Don't leave the dollar bills at home — you'll need cash at Cubana Cafe.
The restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, but it's the dinner menu that really draws the crowds.
Citing its solar panels, bike-powered blender, and rainwater collection system, The New York Times dubs Habana Outpost “a sort of Rube Goldberg experiment for the hemp-and-composting set.” However, Habana Outpost is not a science fair project—it’s an eco-friendly restaurant, best known for its crisp and succulent Cuban sandwich. The toasted baguette stuffed with pork, ham, Swiss cheese and pickle was named one of New York’s top sandwiches by Refinery 29, but it’s not the only reason diners flock to the colorful eatery. Other house specialties, such as grilled corn with cotija cheese and chili powder or fried chicken and waffles on a stick, add to the menu’s slate of eclectic, exotic, and eco-friendly dishes. Just by eating there, diners get a taste of the green lifestyle as they sit on recycled furniture, sip from plastic cups made from corn, and recycle and compost their leftovers.