Habana Outpost

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Habana Outpost
Fort Greene
Open seasonally (beginning in the spring), solar-powered Habana Outpost is unlike any other restaurant in NYC: Its initiatives include rainwater flush toilets and the use of sugarcane and corn utensils. While the food—well-executed rice and beans, grilled Mexican quesadillas—is reason enough for a visit, on weekends little ones can also partake in supervised, eco-friendly projects.
Venue name: Habana Outpost
Address: 757 Fulton St
Cross street: at South Portland Ave
Opening hours: Mon-Thu noon-midnight; Fri-Sun 11am-midnight (mid-Apr through Oct)
Transport: Subway: C to Lafayette Ave, G to Fulton St
Price: Average main course: $9

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Average User Rating

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Marvin M

I really wanted to be a super fan of this place,  but unfortunately the experience was just OK nothing stellar.  The drinks were a couple dollars more than I expected but nonetheless they were good.  $10 will get you a flavored margarita or Mojito. In my opinion the drinks are better when the frozen part has melted away.  Habana outpost drinks can be real creepers so be careful lol. For food, I ordered the hamburger which was actually really delicious and freshly made.

The outside seating is really cool and bright and inviting.  Habana is located in a really cool area in Brooklyn. The way Habana works inside is that you wait online to order your food, pay, and once your food is ready you look on the screen that shows your receipt number and go out to the food cart in the back seating area and get your meal. 

The ambiance and environment at Habana is very inviting and laid back. I will definitely come back here to try and see what all the super hype about this place is  because I didn't see it the first time.