Mojitos and Cuban pressed sandwiches; boniato garlic fries and rice; black beans and gazpacho. These are a few of the favorite things that pop up on the Habanas menu in a restaurant that also knows its way around crab cakes, mussels, ceviche, and steak. For a change, go the salad route: The Cuban wedge plops a half of head of iceberg lettuce on plate in a sea of neon-orange chipotle-buttermilk dressing spiked with crispy friend onions and fiery-spiced pumpkin seeds. Bitter-oriented palates might prefer the arugula, which is nestled under a mound of shaved Manchego and toasted hazelnuts and doused with a helping heaping of walnut vinaigrette. Without doubt, the traditional Cuban—ham, roasted pork, and Swiss—and the grilled portobello or ropa vieja are what wind up on most tables. Serves lunch and dinner daily.