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Havana Joe’s

Okay, here’s my little plug for all you restaurant lovers out there. Last night, Leanne and I enjoyed a night out (which was wonderful). We went to a fabulous place called Havana Joe’s on High Street in Pottstown. Apparently reservations are a must if you’re thinking of going on a Friday or Saturday night. The host and waitstaff were extremely friendly. The Cuban influenced food was scrumptious. And the atmosphere was wonderful.

I enjoyed the Creamy Crab soup which was full of crab meat. We split an order of Cuban Cigars – a mixture including beans and cheese wrapped in tortillas and fried – which offered a little kick start to the dinner. We both had salads with a cilantra lime dressing which was delicious. For our main entrees, I had the Big Juan – a mojo marinated rib eye steak with chimichurri sauce, sauteed mushroom escabeche, and roasted red peppers, served with fresh cut sweet potato fries. Leanne had the Bronzed Salmon – Roasted Chilean Salmon lacquered with Mango Q, served atop shrimp stew, with Apple-mango salsa and maduros. And for dessert we split cuban flan with fresh mango. It really was delicious.

We would highly recommend this place to our friends along the 422 corridor.

Until the next post, don’t forget to eat at (havana) joe’s


October 21, 2007 - Posted by | restaurant review


  1. sounds yummy! what did you both order?

    Comment by Dr. L | October 24, 2007 | Reply

  2. I have updated the post to include our menu items. Thanks for the feedback Lara.

    Comment by Jon Stolpe | October 25, 2007 | Reply

  3. Sounds really “yummy”

    Comment by aunt donna | October 26, 2007 | Reply

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