I love brunch. More specifically, I love brunch places that infuse Mexican/ South American flavors into their food and Little Havana on Key Highway is no exception.
I woke up with a slight hangover on a Sunday morning and knew that the best thing to cure it would be some sort of egg dish. A quick FourSquare search told me that Little Havana had a great Sunday brunch deal and huevos rancheros. I had previously been to Little Havana for dinner with some friends, so I was excited to try their brunch.
When my friends and I arrived, we all opted for the ‘bottomless brunch’ option which is either bottomless mimosas or bloody Mary’s and a brunch entree for $18.
I kid you not, pitcher after pitcher of beverages arrived at our table. It was amazing.
When it was time to place our order, I ordered Huevos Rancheros. It was two over easy eggs over a fried tortilla with salsa, avocado and cotija cheese. The dish came with a side of rice and beans but I opted for no beans. The dish was great, super filling and packed with flavor. Also accompanied with the bottomless drinks it really was a great deal.
After I finished my eggs, the table decided to share an order of Churros. A churro is a piece of fried dough and this one was served with a side of chocolate sauce for dipping. Unfortunately the churros did not come out warm and were very dense, not light and crunchy like we had anticipated. The chocolate sauce was good and made the churros a little better. But I wouldn’t go out of my way to order them here again.
Overall, the brunch at Little Havana was great and I wouldn’t hesitate going there again for a bottomless brunch on a Sunday.
Little Havana is located at 1325 Key highway, in Federal Hill, Maryland.
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Categories: Brunch, Cheap Eats, Federal Hill, Latin American
Awesome find, thanks! I drove by that place last week and thought it was an auto service garage or something. I was kind of hoping ‘tacos’ and not ‘oil change’ when I saw the sign…I’ll stop in next time!
The place is awesome, I’ve been for dinner too. It’s kind of a dive but that’s part of the charm.