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🍎 BABY BREAKFAST starts in less than 2hours @habanaoutpost Mom & Dad, bring your toddlers out to enjoy face painting by @urbansitter / playtime in our ⛲️/ and of course nibble on your favorite HABANA snacks🌽🍳🍞🍹 🍼👶 BABY BREAKFAST is … Continue reading
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
Heads up Mom & Dad, Habana Outpost will be closed Tuesday & Wednesday next week (July 8th & July 9th)! Baby Breakfast will resume the following Tuesday, July 16th. We hope to see you @ the playa!! :)
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?
Habana’s Earth Day Home Video! Check out all of the fun activities and vendors we featured last Saturday! Thanks Sean & all of our wonderful vendors for joining us on this special day! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wgdfnY3T7GU&list=UURnjlZPXg52GYIU4bWH0LjQ
Our opening kicked off with our annual Earth Day Expo featuring 12 wonderful vendors to educate us in their own about the environment! A Child Grows In Brooklyn: http://www.achildgrows.comBoswyk Farms: http://www.boswyckfarms.orgFood & Water Watch: http://www.foodandwaterwatch.orgGHCSA: http://www.ghcsa.org (Only 20more spots left … Continue reading
Hey Hey Outpost Friends, two more days until our Earth Day Expo which launches our opening for the 2014 season! Here are a list of our wonderful vendors for the day!: AChild Grows In Brooklyn: www.achildgrows.com Boswyk Farms: www.boswyckfarms.org Food & Water … Continue reading
Burchfield and Chivers met in Reno, Nevada. Both transplanted to New York, now share an art studio built into the backyard landscape of an apartment building in Bushwick. Working as sign painters and framers, the lines are blurred between artist … Continue reading