Whether it's a celebratory breakfast, lunch, or dinner with the family or co-workers, or a happy-hour destination for one of our alcoholic or non-alcoholic drinks, we will be that type of destination.
Pocatello, ID (PRWEB) September 21, 2010
In the economic storm currently facing the country, Ms. Marta Leon is fighting the odds and opening the first of many Havana’s Cuban Grill restaurants. Ms. Leon has decided to open the first restaurant in S.E. Idaho. “I have always enjoyed Cuban food not only for the taste, but for the power the rich food has in bringing people together.”
Havana’s Cuban Grill was designed to not only provide a tasty home cooked meal for the on-the-go consumer, but provide an ambiance that is fun; modern, refreshing, and just makes you feel good!
"From our chicken and pork bowels to our authentic decor and delicious Cuban cuisine, Havana’s Cuban Grill is as close as you will get to vacationing and visiting Cuba," said Marta Leon. "Whether it's a celebratory breakfast, lunch, or dinner with the family or co-workers, or a happy-hour destination for one of our alcoholic or non-alcoholic drinks, we will be that type of destination."
Contributing to the restaurant's appeal are the freshly made sandwiches and out of this world espresso and specialty espresso drinks.
Marta Leon recalls, “Havana’s story dates back to December 2000 when I first arrived to the United States. As a psychology student I arrived to Miami with empty pockets and luggage full of dreams and hopes. I had the fortune of settling my family in a Miami barrio called Little Havana. In little Havana, I discovered the rich Cuban history and the great people. I also had the pleasure to eat what I consider the best and tastiest food in the world.”
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