|Cuisine Type |||Latin American, Tapas|
|Ambiance |||Good For Groups, Patio Dining|
|Meals Served |||Lunch, Breakfast, Dessert, Dinner|
|Amenities |||Party Space|
|Payment |||Interac, MasterCard, Visa|
|Neighbourhood |||Vancouver Lower Mainland|
|Cross Street |||Charles Street|
|Sunday 10AM – 11PM Monday – Thursday 11AM – 11PM Friday 11AM – 11:45PM Saturday 10AM – 11:45PM|
Profile Last Updated: May 06, 2009
Since 1996 this Vancouver business has been a vibrant addition to the local neighbourhood. The building houses a restaurant, theatre and gallery, all under the same roof. Havana is a funky casual setting where friends like to meet and the atmosphere is always upbeat. There is a large heated all-weather patio directly across from Grandview Park. Sit back and relax and enjoy the view of the city skyline and the Coastal Mountain Range.
Depending on when you arrive, you can expect to see a different menu of items available. Havana produces a menu to meet the time of day, beginning with breakfast. That menu lists a Latin Breakfast and Spanish Fritatta to spice things up a bit in the morning. The lunch menu follows and then the dinner menu, which serves up out-of-the-ordinary dishes like the Spanish Paella. The after dinner menu features coffees and liquors. The late night tapas provides more tempting tastes to explore like the Jerk Shrimp.
Gallery and Theatre
The Havana Gallery is a contemporary art gallery featuring local and international artists. A new show is introduced every couple of weeks. Artists of all disciplines are welcome. The gallery does not receive government funding and is solely supported by the Havana Restaurant and sales of art. The 60-seat theatre venue showcases a wide variety of performances. Depending on the night there might be a theatrical production, poetry readings or music. The theatre is equipped to handle just about anything.