But never mind the impressive concrete ceiling and summery decor. It's the food you've come for. Mocha cabana is committed to supporting local sources, so much of what you'll find on your plate is locally grown and produced. They also serve a fabulous breakfast and a weekend prix fixe three course meal which highlights the creativity of one of their talented chefs. With monthly wine tastings and weekly live entertainment, mocha cabana resurrects that jazz era idea of a night on the town.
I arrived on the scene with my sister in tow - because going out to dinner with a relative makes eating off of someone else's plate less awkward. Our server, jordy, brought us butternut squash ravioli with seasonal vegetables and a savory, buttery sauce. For dessert, my sister chose a gigantic soft and chewy oreo cookie with cream cheese frosting. The food was absolutely delicious and beautifully presented. I can't wait to sample more of the menu and some of the great extras here at mocha cabana...maybe a little live jazz. I don't like to contradict a musical legend, but barry, this is the hottest spot north of havana.
317 - 4 St. S.
*this image is here at the request of mocha cabana
so that viewers of their page on urban spoon can see a link to this blog