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Havana 1957 Cuban Cuisine Brickell

Miami, FL
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(305) 381-6651

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1451 S Miami Ave Miami, FL, 33131
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  • Anita Hewitt 10 days ago

    While in Miami wanted to try authentic Cuban food. Very glad I went to Havana 1957! The atmosphere was nice and relaxing after a busy day in the city. The waiter was very polite and offered great recommendations on food and drink. Tried a combination plate with several type of meat with rice and beans. Everything tasted great! The meat was so tender and had great seasoning. A three piece live band was playing and was a great to listen to while enjoying dinner. I thought the prices were great as well. Would definately recommend to others!

  • julian John 30 days ago

    Scrumptious food with outstanding taste. Certainly genuine Cuban menu. Mojitos are amazing together with support is unbelievable. Merely the level of the fantastic live Cuban melodies prevented a fifth star. The discussion is difficult with this incredibly high decibel volume. Fascinating exclusive restaurant with a concentrate on emphasizing Cuban fare and authentic cultural iconography. Price ranges are economical for the spot, nevertheless, additional charges can throw up. Actually Decent food. The more advantageous service as well as atmosphere. I choose a far more traditional reduced key Cuban experience nonetheless. And also the food was slightly too buttery/greasy in my opinion. However delightful though.

  • Roberto Vizcon 31 days ago

    OK Cuban fare if you are a local. But it's a great tourist destination, it's decor recalling Cuba's Culture of the 1950s. And not a bad place to get Cuban Food in the Brickell area where there are so so many restaurants but few influenced by latin cuisine.

  • Ronald Ricardo 33 days ago

    Mehhh.... There's better and less costly Cuban food not too far away. But then again, it is Brickell so, you can have some pretty decent Cuban food and then go grab some drinks in the neighborhood right after. It is a chain and certainly a gimmick when they make the ladies dress up as Cuban country girls... Summary, if you want Cuban food in Miami, there are SO MANY other places. If you want to stay in the Brickell area, do it.

  • myrtle spencer 46 days ago

    This is my wonderful introduction to Cuban cuisine. Rich plantain chips and very tasty "Ripa view". Do not let the name of this dish deceive you! "Old clothes" is a new kind of pleasure for me! It was a little loud when an intimate dining room was performed when powerful bands played. In general, a very interesting and satisfying experience

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