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In the heart of buzzing Fort Greene, Brooklyn, sits this laid-back, earth-friendly Cuban restaurant with a charming communal outdoor scene. The Brooklyn branch of popular Café Habana in SoHo, Habana Outpost serves up much of the same irresistible menu, like fresh corn dosed with mayo, cotija cheese and chile powder. The beers are cheap, and in warm weather, Habana Outpost feels like one big block party.