“Havana's Polished Casual Dinning offers great meals any time of day from our Carolina Bison Burger to our fresh Horseradish Tuna. Havana's Pulled Pork Nachos, Volcano Shrimp and Hot Crab Dip for two are local favorites to start any meal at Havana's. Finish off the night with one of our signature desserts. My personal favorites are our Hot Banana Foster for Two and our newly added coconut cake If you are full and only need a small taste of chocolate, I recommend our mini chocolate mousse dessert. It is made daily by our executive chef. Try some of our local favorites like the Cha-Cha Salmon, Lobster Seafood Bake, Fat Daddy Crab Cakes, French Quarter Pasta, Shrimp & Grits, Coca-cola Steak Tips and Seafood Paella. We want you to relax and savor the flavors of Havana's.” “Our extensive world wide wine list and signature bar menu offers many well known drink options as well as some "one of a kind" recipes.”
Come see why so many locals call Havana's their favorite restaurant to dine all year round. I invite everyone who visits Carolina Beach and Pleasure Island to come, relax and enjoy the flavor of Havana's!! Havana’s is open 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Havana’s Restaurant is located at 1 North Lake Park Boulevard, on the corner of Cape Fear and Lake Park, in Carolina Beach. Their second location is at 6722 Wrightsville Avenue, in Wilmington.
For more information call (910) 458-2822 for the Carolina Beach location, or (910) 679-4646 for their Wilmington location. You can visit their website, where you can check out their full menu and currently running specials, at www.havanasrestaurant.com
You can also check them out on Facebook for daily updates, seasonal hours and more.You can also check them out on Facebook for daily updates, seasonal hours and more.
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