Havana 1920 Says “Buenos Días!” with New Daily Breakfast Offerings

Havana 1920Havana 1920 will start the day off Cuban-style with new breakfast items on the “El Colmado” café menu, available from 8 to 11 a.m. daily.

Havana 1920’s “El Colmado” is its ground-level café where visitors may purchase coffee, breakfast and lunch items, a rotating selection of Cuban pastries and other novelty goods. A sampling of new breakfast selections includes: tropical tacos, corn tortillas filled with fried avocado, pico de gallo, Chingón cheese blend and crema, priced at $8; Cuban breakfast, Cafecito Cubano paired with Cuban toast, available for $7; El Chingón breakfast burrito, flour tortilla wrapped full with scrambled eggs, bacon, Chingón cheese blend, french fries, avocado and sour cream, available for $9; tortilla Española, a potato quiche made with onion, eggs, feta cheese and piquillo peppers served with a side of Spanish olives, available for $6; bocadillo de tortilla, a Cuban breakfast sandwich made with tortilla Española, tomato and extra virgin olive oil served on Cuban bread, priced at $12; and dip de frijoles negros, Cuban black beans blended with extra virgin olive oil, pepper and onion served with plantain chips, priced at $4. The café will also serve coffee from local roaster Seven Seas Roasting Co.

More information about Havana 1920 is available on the website at www.havana1920.com, by calling 619.501.1919, and on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @Havana1920.

About Havana 1920

Havana 1920 brings Hemmingway’s Cuba to life with authentic Cuban dishes, drinks and entertainment. Located at 548 Fifth Ave. just south of Market Street in San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter, Havana 1920 is open for dinner daily from 4:30 p.m. to close. A café serving Cuban pastries, sandwiches and small bites is open daily at 8 a.m. More information about Havana 1920 is available on the website at www.havana1920.com, by calling 619.369.1920, and on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter@Havana1920.

About GBOD Hospitality Group

GBOD Hospitality Group was founded in 2012 by brothers Raymond and Patrick Davoudi in San Diego with the opening of Mezé Greek Fusion in San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter. Two new partners, Joe Santos and Aleko Achtipes, joined GBOD in 2014 with the aim to build a portfolio of dynamic hospitality brands. Building on the success of Mezé, GBOD took over operations of Prohibition, an underground speakeasy at 548 Fifth Ave. in February 2017; followed by the opening El Chingon Bad Ass Mexican in May 2017; and Havana 1920, located at 548 Fifth Ave. in October 2017. With four concepts under its umbrella, GBOD is now working to develop sister companies in related industries. More information is on the website at www.gbodgroup.com, and on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter at @GBODGroup.