Havana Bar



Havana Bar is livening up Brisbane’s waterfront suburb of Teneriffe with their tropical, Cuban vibes and fruity cocktails.

Havana Bar, Teneriffe

Located in the London Woolstores building, the bar is laden with whitewashed furniture, vibrant palms and tropical inspired finishings. There’s high tables and regular dining tables, designed for group settings.

Havana Bar, Teneriffe

The menu is laden with relaxed eats, designed to be shared amongst a group. Each dish has a slight Cuban, coastal influence such as their crispy squid, served with chilli jam and lime mayo.

Havana Bar, Teneriffe

Their whitefish croquettes are another unique and delectable morsel, served with a touch of aioli.

Havana Bar, Teneriffe

Havana Bar also serves Cuban-style sticky glazed chicken wings which always go down well with a drink in hand.

Havana Bar, Teneriffe

The cocktail menu is quite a work of art, enlisting many South American influenced beverages such as the Hinky Dinky Punch made with Havana three-year rum, or the Miss Molly – laden with refreshing citrus flavours.

Havana Bar, Teneriffe

Need to know – nearby street parking is available.

Nice to know – Havana Bar also serves main meals, which are also fit for sharing.

*Opening hours correct at time of visiting in March 2018.

By Zoe Kirby

6/36 Vernon Tce


Tue-Sun 11-late*

0455 620 451



36 Vernon Terrace

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