Celebrate with 1995 Pricing
Nothing says Happy Birthday like amazing food and inexpensive prices! So grab a friend or a loved one and head on over to Habana for their 25th birthday celebration. Habana’s menu features 1995 pricing for these among other dishes, including: Vegetable and Chicken Empanadas (both at $4.95); the Cuban flagship shredded beef dish Ropa Vieja ($7.95): Medianoche, the legendary pressed and jamón “Cuban Sandwich” ($7.95); Lechon Asado: slow roasted pork, garlic mojo, pickled white onions, sofrito black beans, buttered white rice, and maduros ($8.95). The featured cocktails include red and white Sangria, made with red (and white) wine, rum, dark spirits, and marinated fruit. The Mojito a La Habana features Bacardí Superior rum, lime, mint, cane sugar, soda—offered at $5 each all day.
Photo Credit: Habana
WHEN: September 15-20 from 11:30AM-3:00PM daily (see web sites for regular hours)
For nearly 25 years, Habana has been the ultimate destination for contemporary Cuban cuisine in Costa Mesa, located in The Lab, a former night vision goggle factory that remains one of the coolest shopping and dining enclaves in the OC. The restaurant is reminiscent of pre-Castro (and post-Castro) Cuba, offering award-winning dining on a heated outdoor patio.
A few miles further down the road, Habana Irvine opened in the Irvine Spectrum Center in 2017. Suited to its expansive location, Habana Irvine sprawls from a massive central plaza, massive chandelier and bar where Hemingway might have been quite at home, serving its sister restaurant’s selection of Cuban dishes.
Guests will love theme at both locations, meant to emulate pre-Castro (and post-Castro) Cuba. Habana restaurants are decorated with authentic artifacts — from vintage wrought iron tables to an expansive one-ton chandelier. There are patios at both locations with heated seating.