Special St. Patrick’s Day Mojito

Havana 1920 Sunburnt Irishman (courtesy photo)

The new Havana 1920, located at 548 5th Ave. in the Gaslamp Quarter, will offer a refreshing alternative to green beer on St. Patrick’s Day with a reimagined mojito, the Sunburnt Irishman, available on Saturday, March 17th.

Created by beverage director and lead mixologist, Ryan Andrews, the Sunburnt Irishman is made with Jameson Caskmates, fresh lime juice, fresh mint, fresh blood orange puree, Demerara syrup, fresh sugar cane and R&D Bitters Sarsaparilla, available for $12.

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About Havana 1920

Havana 1920 brings Hemmingway’s Cuba to life with authentic Cuban dishes, drinks and entertainment. Located at 548 5th Ave. just south of Market Street in San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter, Havana 1920 is open for lunch daily at 11 a.m. and dinner daily from 5 p.m. to close. A café serving sandwiches and small bites is open daily at 11 a.m. More information about Havana 1920 is available on the website at www.havana1920.com, by calling 619.369.1920, and onFacebook, Instagram and Twitter @Havana1920.

About GBOD Hospitality Group

GBOD Hospitality Group, the GBOD for “Go Big or Die,” 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 5th Ave in February 2017, followed by the opening El Chingon Bad Ass Mexican in May, Mezé at Liberty Station in June, and Havana 1920, located at 548 5th Ave. in October. With five restaurants now under its umbrella, GBOD is now working to develop sister companies in related industries.