Havana 1957 Opens in Brickell

Brickell have a new cuban restaurant in town, yes it’s Havana 1957 that recently opens. It replace Brickell Irish Pub that closed two months ago. Here is more information about the Cuban Restaurant :


According to Miami New Times :

“This area lacks a good home-style Cuban restaurant,” general manager Sandra Perez says. “We have two other Havana 1957 locations in South Beach and thought with Brickell booming, it was the perfect setting for us to be in.”

During the grand opening, Mayor Tomás Regalado made an appearance and host a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The event will feature samples from Havana 1957‘s extensive menu, drinks (mojitos!), and Cuban-style music.

With more than 70 rums, the restaurant will house the most extensive mojito bar in the city. And during happy hour, daily from 4 to 8 p.m., you can drink any of their 14 mojitos — such as the mojicoco or the mangojito — for only $4.95. The bar bites menu also features cocktails, frozen daiquiris, and appetizers for the same price.” written by Carla Torres

 

According to Miami Eater :

“The eatery, managed by the V & E Restaurant Group, serves up traditional Cuban fare in a space reminiscent of old Cuba in the 1950’s complete with famous prints and a Cuban rum bar with over 70 types of rum. Items from the menu, which is managed by chef Silvio Echazabal, include the Havana 1957 Specialty (roasted chicken in a savory Cuban gravy served with white rice, black beans, salad and sweet plantains), seafood plates, sandwiches, and desserts like guava cheesecake.” written by Ana Heretoiu.

 

According to Sofla Nights

Once you are seated by the customer friendly staff, you can’t help but notice that the menu is made up of genuine Cuban Cuisine. The Fricase De Pollo/Chicken Fricassee Casserole, marinated in citrus juice, garlic cloves, onions, and bell peppers cooked in criolla sauce and served with white rice and sweet plantains is absolutely delicious! The Lechon Asado, oven roasted pork leg with Cuban mojo, served with moro rice and yucca melts in your mouth. Top it off with the popular Cuban desserts Cuban Flan and Tres Leches, you’re sweet tooth will definitely thank you. So if  you are ever in the Brickell area and you feel like going back in time to the 1950’s of Cuba, like the Havana 1957 slogan states, head on over and enjoy the décor, ambiance and of course the authentic Cuban Cuisine. written by Deondra Clark

 

It is a nice new addition in Brickell. Miami City Social will update more information about the Restaurant.