Café Habana New Orleans
In 1998, Sean Meenan built Café Habana in on an old-school Little Italy corner spot long before NoLita was born. The restaurant is located at 17 Prince Street, serving up home-style dishes loved by downtown hipsters, celebrities and neighbors alike, Café Habana is a unique culinary delight that from inception has continued to win praise from various media outlets including The Food Network, The New York Times, Zagat Surveys and innumerable guidebooks.
Across the PCH from the Pacific Ocean, Café Habana Malibu embraces the spirit of the beach, providing both locals and daytrippers a fine meal in a relaxed setting.
Café Habana has now landed on Dubai's doorstep in downtown's gastronomic hub- Souk Al Bahar. Staying true to its Cuban-Mexican roots it offers authentic cuisine, celestial cocktails, and a buzzing atmosphere.
The Habana Brand is built on the principles of great food, great fun, and social responsibility. We want to show respect for the community and the environment in a setting that's fun and accessible for all. New Orleans is a city that has always been a melting pot of different cultures, takes great pride, celebrates its communities and always loves a good meal. It is the perfect setting for Cafe Habana. Hold tight NOLA our famous corn is on its way!