Exterior of restaurant with topiary animals and a giant shark statue.

Havana Spice



$$$$Perfect For:Walk-InsOutdoor/Patio SituationCasual Weeknight Dinner
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If Salvador Dalí wanted to open a Cuban restaurant, it would look like Havana Spice. The parking lot is full of sculptures of cows, golden pigs, and a shark with blood oozing out of its mouth. At the entrance, you’re greeted by knights in plate armor and a guitar-playing robot made out of car parts. The Cuban food here is pretty standard compared to the aesthetics. We like the crunchy and juicy chicharrones. The vaca frita is crispy and garlicky. But because this is a surrealist restaurant, be a little different and get the Homestead special instead: Havana Spice’s vaca frita covered in mojo sauce and sandwiched between two soft pieces of Cuban bread.

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