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Time Out says
Mon Sep 20 2010
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.
Habana Outpost 757 Fulton St