Summer Nights in Havana Alma de Cuba: Dinner + Drinks + Island Indulgence
Unwind the way one might in Havana: indulgent Cuban food, potent cocktails, live Latin tunes and a few puffs on your own hand-rolled cigar
What To Expect
- One appetizer or salad
- One Cuban Entree
- One Decadent Dessert
- Two Drinks (wine, beer or Mojito)
- Complimentary Handrolled Cigar
If there’s one concept that Parks and Recreation’s Tom Haverford has mastered better than the effervescent Leslie Knope, it’s how to treat yo’ self. The folks at Havana Alma de Cuba have obviously taken meticulous notes on his strategy.
You’re single. We get it. Many New Yorkers are playing the field and loving it. But being without a full-time boo doesn’t merit an open-ended sentence to a life of fast food takeout. Even if you just want to kick it solo for the evening, Havana Alma de Cuba has a table placard ready with your name on it, placed right next to your complimentary cigar.
Picture this: An evening beginning with a hearty appetizer, followed by a flavorful entrée such as the Churrasco, a marinated skirt steak with sides of yucca and garlic mojo. A seasonal sangria and mojito follow this meal, a slight buzz overtaking the stress of a long day. Let’s not neglect a rich dessert, perhaps the Bombon Cubano, a warm chocolate cake served with a side of ice cream. As your eyes dim to half mast, your body silently succumbing to the sensations of traditional Latin flavors mixed with the vibrations of Cubana music, you come to the realization that nothing could have made this night better — except, perhaps, the fact that you didn’t have to share a single bite.
Times are hard, life is stressful, and taking a trip to Cuba is still a hassle. At Havana Alma de Cuba, we’re bringing it all to you. Sit back, relax, and rejoice in the fact that one is a powerful number. You, of course, are welcome to bring along that special someone should you desire. But Havana Alma de Cuba invites you to come as you are and enjoy a luxurious meal fit for two, even if it’s you alone. Treat yo’ self.