- Decorated with stucco walls, colorful tiles, and a Mediterranean style courtyard in the back, everything about La Habana is warm and inviting—including its menu. Very popular with groups, you should try one of the many Spanish rice dishes, Paella: a mix of rice, shrimp, meat and vegetables that is simmered in saffron and olive oil. La Habana has a bar downstairs where patrons can listen to live guitar music, as well as a comfortable dining area in the back and upstairs. Diners can also choose from a large tapas menu (appetizers) or order a refreshing traditional Cuban cocktail, the mojito. After a few mojitos you might be so inclined to join the lively salsa class that goes on Tuesday evenings!
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