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Instead of spending hours in the kitchen getting an Easter meal together, why not let someone else do the cooking for the holiday, so you can concentrate on the celebration and the togetherness? Treat yourself to a Cuban-style Easter feast in Miami with a meal at one of our five Havana 1957 locations!

Easter Dining at Havana 1957

Make Easter this year something truly special by joining us here at Havana 1957, where we’ll serve you the finest Cuban cuisine amid vivid throwback décor.

As we like to say, our restaurant experience gives you the illusion of “a day in Havana” (Un Dia En La Habana) back in the 1950s: Old Cuban glamor and dynamism, anchored by impeccable service and dishes that combine traditional, authentic family cookery with modern flair. That’s true no matter which of our Miami-area branches you bring your appetite to on Sunday, April 21st: Espanola Way, Lincoln Road, Pembroke Pines, Ocean Drive, or Breakwater Hotel–Ocean Drive.

Perhaps you’ll be joining us for an Easter breakfast, marking the occasion with a Bloody Mary, a Mimo-jita, or maybe a (bottomless) Mimosa paired with a soul-satisfying island-worthy meal: the Big Havana Breakfast, say, or our Tortilla Cubana Omelette.

Or it might be a Havana 1957 Easter dinner, launched with a few of our delectable appetizers: Croquetas, our Tostones Rellenos (Stuffed Green Plantains), or perhaps a bulls-eye combo of Truffle Yuca Fries and Lomito Ahumado Salteado (Smoked Pork Loin Nuggets). Your appetite might well gravitate toward the seafood end of the spectrum, in which case our Rueda de Serrucho en Escabeche (Swordfish Escabeche), our Gran Salpicón del Pescador (Pickled Seafood Salad, comprised of grouper, lobster, calamari, and shrimp), or our house Ceviche may be exactly what the doctor ordered.

Easter is the perfect occasion to try our signature specialty: Pollo Havana 1957, a roasted chicken washed in a magical Cuban gravy alongside white rice, black beans, sweet plantains, and salad.

A mojito pitcher might be called for or one of our Cuba Libres prepared with our epic rum collection, or another Caribbean-inspired cocktail such as the Havana Cosmo, the Daiquiri, or the “Papa”-honoring Hemingway Special.

Make it a Miami Easter Out With a Holiday Meal at Havana 1957

Give us the honor of preparing your Easter feast for you this year here at Havana 1957. Short of a time-travel jaunt back to La Habana in its heyday, we don’t think there’s a better place to indulge in genuine Cuban gastronomy than our Miami restaurants, and we’d love to welcome you to the Havana 1957 table on this special day! (Don’t forget: We’re more than happy to accommodate large groups and special-event dining, in case that’s what’s in the cards for you this Easter: Just fill out our online RFP here at the website!)