$15 for a Mojito-Making Class for Two on March 21 at Havana Café ($30 Value)
The ability to whip up a balanced cocktail is the hallmark of a good party host, just as the tendency to whip up an imbalanced cocktail is the hallmark of a party host with inner-ear troubles. Toast to your equilibrium with this Groupon.
$ 15 for a Mojito-Making Class for Two on March 21 ($ 30 Value)
Students blend mint into the iconic rum cocktail using a muddler they will take home with them. During class, students can nibble on tapas plates or dance to live music while waiting for the results of a raffle. Guests who opt to stay for dinner after class can also take advantage of a 15% discount on their check.
Restaurant veterans BJ and Gilbert Hernandez distill Spanish and Latin flavors into traditional Cuban cuisine at both Havana Café locations, where chef BJ’s menu has been winning awards since 1989. BJ’s tapas have caught the attention of critics at the Arizona Republic and Fodor’s the latter describing the ham-and-chicken croquettes and shrimp pancakes as “marvelous.” For the house specialty paella a la Havana, BJ stews five types of seafood–– including lobster, mussels, and scallops––with chicken breast, chorizo, pork, and saffron, and the classic Emperadado Cubano sees the chef carefully layering ham, mortadella, roast pork, and pickles, and then pressing the savory stack into a thin, toasty sandwich or a fine wine. Those dining in-house can sample sangria that was voted No. 1 by the Phoenix New Times, and take-out completas meals take the pain out of meal planning with family-sized portions of not-too-spicy entrees accompanied by generous helpings of rice and beans, cabbage salad, sweet plantains, cuban bread, and a dessert pudding.
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