Havana 1957Â after two locations in Miami Beach, introduced itself toÂ the Brickell neighborhood.Â Unlike most traditional Cuban restaurants, Havana 1957 takes you back to the 1950â€™s old Cuba with its decorations of some of Cubaâ€™s famous legends and vintage memorabilia. While waiting for your table, you can mosey over to the Cuban Rum bar which houses over 70 varieties of rum from around the world. The bartender can mix these rums into a Cuba Libre or a Mojito cocktail just the way you like it.
Once you are seated by the customer friendly staff, you canâ€™t help but notice that the menu is made up of genuine Cuban Cuisine. The Fricase De Pollo/Chicken Fricassee Casserole, marinated in citrus juice, garlic cloves, onions, and bell peppers cooked in criolla sauce and served with white rice and sweet plantains is absolutely delicious! The Lechon Asado, oven roasted pork leg with Cuban mojo, served with moro rice and yucca melts in your mouth. Top it off with the popular Cuban desserts Cuban Flan and Tres Leches, youâ€™re sweet tooth will definitely thank you. So if Â you are ever in the Brickell area and you feel like going back in time to the 1950â€™s of Cuba, like the Havana 1957 slogan states, head on over and enjoy the dÃ©cor, ambiance and of course the authentic Cuban Cuisine.