Tag Archives: Bike Blender
Saturday, April 18th marks our season opening!! The countdown has officially begun with 17 days remaining before Sean Meenan’s annual Habana Works Earth Day Expo!
Shoutout to the Brooklyn Arbor School for sending our owner Sean Meenan such beautiful handwritten letters! The students were fascinated with our human powered bike blender & our overall energy consciousness as a restaurant! Read up on our ecofrendly elements at: http://www.habanaworks.org
Thanks to Achievement First School for visiting us today at Habana Outpost!¡ Here’s Zz showing the kiddies the smoothie bike blender! Have you been on our EcoTour yet?
Thank you to Joy Suarez for inviting the Habana crew to participate in the Fashion Center BID’s annual kite festival taken place on Port Authority’s expansive rooftop! We had fun cranking out mango/pineapple/bannana smoothies for the kiddies and kite enthusiasts! … Continue reading
It’s that time of year again! Habana Outpost is gearing up to kick off another great season of good food and good times with the 2013 Habana Works Earth Day Expo! On Saturday, April 13th we’ll be opening our doors … Continue reading
Caring for the environment is a big part of Habana Outpost. Being green doesn’t have to be boring, here at Habana Outpost we strive to educate people about the cool side of the green movement. We have good food, a … Continue reading
Wednesday June 20, 2012 from 5:30pm- 7:30pm This Wednesday June 20th, come out to Habana Outpost to support finding a cure for Alzheimer’s. Habana’s very own, Darcy Le Fleming, will be churning out smoothes on the Habana human powered bike … Continue reading
Recently Habana Outpost was invited to partake in the Brooklyn Tech food conference. While there, we were able to show off our eco friendly bike blender. This bike is fun for people of all ages. Habana Outpost uses the bike … Continue reading
Simply Green’s host, Danny Seo, takes a behind the scenes look at the ways Cafe Habana stays eco-friendly. Check it out to learn all the interesting things you did not know. Danny Seo at Cafe Habana