The restaurant of the future?
That’s what some locals are saying after seeing the cafe’s design evolve into a futuristic, futuristic cafe.
The cafe, which has just opened its first location in the United States, will offer a mix of vegan, gluten-free and vegetarian options.
Havanas menu has been described as a mix between a “modern diner” and a “restaurant for the future.”
Hava is also an experiment in how technology is affecting the way we consume food.
As an example, the cafe is open from 6 p.m. to 11 p.t. every day.
The concept is also a way for the owner to keep the cafe alive by selling it out.
It’s an idea that resonates with the owner of the popular Hava Cafe, Luca Marini.
When he opened the cafe, the owner said, “I wanted to have a place that I could sit down and have a meal.
And I also wanted to make a living doing it.”
But with the development of new technology, Marini said he has realized that the cafe concept is not just about what’s on the menu, but also about the atmosphere.
“We are going to have the experience of the food, but we are also going to try to give people a unique experience in the process,” Marini told New York magazine.
In other words, this cafe is a way to experiment with what it means to be a cafe, a cafe that serves the community in a modern, futuristic way.
Havana will have the space to host special events such as art openings, yoga classes and food tastings, with a focus on the food.
The restaurant is also set to offer a menu with seasonal options, such as vegetarian or vegan.
The goal is to bring people together with food and culture, Marinis said.