Hours

Sunday:
Closed
Monday:
Closed
Tuesday:
7:30 PM - 2:00 AM
Wednesday:
7:30 PM - 2:00 AM
Thursday:
7:30 PM - 2:00 AM
Friday:
7:30 PM - 2:00 AM
Saturday:
7:30 PM - 2:00 AM

Chamber Rating

3.6 - (341 reviews)
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42
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60

About
Havana

Havana is located at 1010 E Pike St in Seattle, Washington 98122. Havana can be contacted via phone at 206-323-2822 for pricing, hours and directions.

Contact Info

  •   206-323-2822

Questions & Answers

Q What is the phone number for Havana?

A The phone number for Havana is: 206-323-2822.


Q Where is Havana located?

A Havana is located at 1010 E Pike St, Seattle, WA 98122


Q What is the internet address for Havana?

A The website (URL) for Havana is: http://www.havanasocial.com/


Q What days are Havana open?

A Havana is open:
Sunday: Closed
Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 7:30 PM - 2:00 AM
Wednesday: 7:30 PM - 2:00 AM
Thursday: 7:30 PM - 2:00 AM
Friday: 7:30 PM - 2:00 AM
Saturday: 7:30 PM - 2:00 AM


Q How is Havana rated?

A Havana has a 3.6 Star Rating from 341 reviewers.

Hours

Sunday:
Closed
Monday:
Closed
Tuesday:
7:30 PM - 2:00 AM
Wednesday:
7:30 PM - 2:00 AM
Thursday:
7:30 PM - 2:00 AM
Friday:
7:30 PM - 2:00 AM
Saturday:
7:30 PM - 2:00 AM

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Ratings and Reviews
Havana

Overall Rating

Overall Rating
( 341 Reviews )
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Sophie Wirch on Google

image My wallet was stolen here and the staff were quite unhelpful and uncaring. I learned that they had had multiple other reports of wallets being stolen that same night - and did nothing proactive to protect further patrons? Dodgy, would avoid this place with a 10-foot pole


Mimi Thomas on Google

image Terrifying Experience.
Went for a couple of drinks after a work event with my colleagues from out of town. I have a rule that I have a max of two drinks, especially in a professional environment. Myself and two out of eight of my colleagues were black out drunk - after two drinks! We were so messed up to a point where we couldnt talk, were puking, and each of us fell unconscious in the car home that our colleagues got for us (after searching our wallets for our addresses). They got us home safely but had they not been with us, it could have ended up much worse than the worst hangover of my life (coupled with the embarrassment of that happening with colleagues present). I will never waking up not remembering the night before, only learning from my co-workers that we were so incapacitated that we had to be carried to and from the car. Our spouses were very worried but thankfully the three of us had someone at home to make sure we were okay.
I am convinced we were drugged at Havana so please be careful here and watch your drinks carefully. Especially after talking to some friends - its notorious at this club to have these types of experiences in my social circle.


Ian McCullough on Google

image Bar doesnt have Mojitos, or Mint. Service is intended for college students, which is okay. But, maybe, still have more rum and tequila options than vodka with a name like Havana


Sailu Bodrothu on Google

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Simon Sparks on Google

image Sexual Discrimination at Havana. The policy of allowing women free entry while charging men is patronizing towards women. This implies that women either cannot afford the cover charge or would not choose to visit the club based on its own merits. Such an assumption is not only insulting but also undermines the independence and financial capability of women. It suggests that their presence in the club is more a marketing strategy than a recognition of them as valued customers. This can inadvertently objectify women, positioning them as part of the attraction for the paying male clientele, which is unacceptable in todays strive for gender equality.
For men, this policy is equally unfair. It imposes a financial penalty based solely on gender, reinforcing the archaic notion that men should bear the financial burden of social activities. This is not only discriminatory but also disregards the diversity of financial situations among individuals. Men, just like women, should not be subjected to unequal treatment based on outdated gender stereotypes.
Moreover, such a pricing strategy can contribute to an uncomfortable and potentially unsafe environment. It reinforces the idea that women are a commodity, offered as an incentive to male patrons. This not only objectifies women but also sets a concerning tone for the interactions within the club, potentially leading to uncomfortable or even unsafe situations.


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