Doña Habana's owners, the seasoned restaurateurs Hector and Nivia Pina, know their way around an alluring decor, starting with the 1950s Chevy embedded into the wall. But it’s the classic-modern Cuban cuisine that’s the main draw. The well-seasoned pulled pork sandwich is served with a flourish atop an antique Cuban newspaper; the flaming lobster appears tableside actually aflame. The enormous entrees — ropa vieja is a must — are designed to be split and the mojito sampler is what you’ll want to order to wash all that deliciousness down.
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