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About Havana 1957 - Brickell
Havana 1957 sets itself apart by creating a gastronomical experience that re-enacts the glorious and glamorous old Cuba of the 1950’s.
Each restaurant combines the flavors of authentic Cuban cuisine, classic music and vintage memorabilia bringing Cuba Nostalgia to each neighborhood.
Miami Beach, FL 33131
Hours of Operation:
Lunch Daily: Sunday, Monday Tuesday 12.00pm. - 10.00pm.
Wednesday 12.00pm -10.30pm
Thursday 12.00pm. - 11.00pm
Friday 12.00pm. - 12.00am.
Saturday: 12:00pm - 12:00am (Also Open Late Night)
Happy Hour Everyday 4-7pm with Live Trio and After Dinner Performances Friday and Saturday.
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Thursday, Friday, and Saturday
Happy Hour Trio
from 6PM - 10PM
After Dinner Performances
from 11PM - 2AM
Catering and Delivery available
Private Party Facilities:
Venue available for Private Parties, please contact to Lucia Dijulio
Private Party Contact:
Lucia Dijulio: (786) 527-1613
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Outdoor dining, Wheelchair Access
Special Events & Promotions:
Venue available for special events please contact to Lucia Dijulio 786.527.1613 firstname.lastname@example.org
Havana 1957 - Brickell Ratings and Reviews
Except for our exceptional waiter, Henry, and maybe the different melancholic decorations and pictures from “years gone by,” I sincerely would not recommend this restaurant. The music was quite loud & not at all good - did not stay for the past midnight music, so cannot comment. The food was pretty bad & turned out to be very expensive. 👎👎👎
My wife and I were looking for a nice dinner in downtown Miami and boy did we find it! The food was amazing. I had steak and she had shrimp for main courses. Empanadas for appetizers were delicious. To top it off, we were there for Happy Hour which featured Mojitos and Cuba Libres. The service was top notch and the price was right. I would definitely return here and recommend you go!
We enjoyed a pitcher of red wine sangria to accompany our dinner of an appetizer, a pork tamale, a pollo dishuesado (breaded, fried chicken breast) and Enchilada Camaro (shrimp in a garlic sauce with carrots and green peppers). The chicken was OK and the shrimp was excellent. Accompanying the chicken was rice and wonderful black beans. The beans made that dish. The shrimp shared the plate with rice, and super fried plantains. The food was good, the portions large and the bill including 18% service charge was a reasonable $83.72. On our next visit to Miami we will return to tried other menu offerings.
Very authentic Cuban food with "classic Hispanic" items mixed in the menu offerings. With careful ordering, you can get an excellent Cubano meal,. but that might not be to Norte Americano liking. Explore and ask. Note: a tip is added to the bill, so look carefully when the bill is presented.
This place was a great find! We were visiting and needed a place to have a birthday celebration/bachelorette. The venue has their own sparklers for sending birthday drinks/dessert during the meal. The place is energetic with live music and great Cuban-style food. My favorites were the croquetas, yuca fries and smoked pork chops. Overall all the dishes were amazing and everyone had a lot of fun!
Enri provided excellence service, accommodated my parents requests and sang my mom happy birthday- maracas, sparklers and all. Food was good not great (white rice was crispy, beans heavy on cumin, chicken a little dry, freshly made mariquitas/not clean grease, pork masitas were very good, chicken plancha was very good and Flan was excellent)
The menu gave us a great overview of Cuban cuisines s in the main it was all delicious! The cremated deep fried fresh red snapper was however a disappointing take on what could have been great seafood. The live music and ambience was great. We felt a little rushed by the waiting staff to begin with but we resisted their nudging to take our own pace.
Ok don't choose the financial district for a Sunday night. If you do, come here. The live music was a treat, the food good enough (mixed starters was very bland but the main courses were enjoyed by all - especially the fish of the day).
But beware the $5 mojito scam. They are not $5 if you sit down for dinner. We complained and got some money off as we twice asked our server that they were 5.
Very enjoyable evening out though.
Parking was available, $8 for the area is cheap. Food was reasonably priced. Location was good. Decor looked authentic. Drinks (mojitos) were very good. My plate was fried pork chunks, somewhat tough and overlooked. The server, Henry, was excellent, did his best to make up for the few flaws. The appetizers (marriquitas, croquetas, etc) were better than the main dishes. I would rate a 3.5 out of 5.
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