This past weekend, we did a flea-marketeering trip to Lambertville and popped over the river for a stroll through New Hope.
The architecture here is very interesting, vaguely European in feel and the ambiance welcoming and fun. However, too many shops displaying tie-dyed merch and too many really loud bikes.
Stopped in for lunch at Havana Bar and Restaurant.
They've got decent beers on tap (Hoegaarden, Stella, etc.) and much more in the bottle at reasonable prices - however they serve beer in plastic cups at the bar! Yuck!
When we moved to a table it came in a real glass which was so much better.
Lunch was actually pretty nice. We had an order of quacamole with nice fresh, crispy chips and the guac was lovely. We just split a Cuban sandwich, toasty, well browned and very tasty that was served with some fresh and crunchy fries. The prices are average.
If you go try to get a table that overlooks the street, because the people watching is really good. Although, warning, there are some things that you just can't un-see that make you wonder whether anyone owns a full-length mirror anymore.
Havana has a large selection, and the food is good, reasonably priced, if not spectacular.
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