We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Havana Browns is Cork's longest running nightclub. Constantly at the forefront of music and nightlife, Havana Browns has established itself as a leader in Cork nightlife and entertainment since 1998. With a strong regular customer base, a welcoming...more
I was here with friends last weekend and we had a ball of a time! There was a band playing downstairs and they were fantastic, any request and it was on. The place was packed - great atmosphere. Good drinks menu. The queue to Havana...More
This is a terrible spot! Over crowded always! Too small! Expensive to hell! 10€ to get in! Bouncers are complete clowns and are power trippers! Not a clue how to deal with people.if yu like people bumping off ya yu will love this place.
Without any reservation we ended at the second floor of Cork's most popular club. It was my first time there and i was expected something better. Long queue first to go inside and then the place was packed. Nice atmospere overall. I hope next time...More
Went here on a hen night on a Saturday night. We had a private area in the Hidden Attic section. Contrary to other reviews on here, the bouncers and staff were brilliant, very friendly and accommodating. The decor here is brilliantly quirky, and they made...More
I oulyoulwiuyy set foot in it and bejaysus d playce was more toey than a romain sandel. NICKI MINj. Got the shift. Gr9999 playce. The DJ was dead-liii but wudndtt play Yelawolf. Tart. ONe da mothz nokd ova a taybell. Staff wur sow niyce in...More
I booked an area for my sisters Hen Party. We got an area reserved upstairs which was there all night, we got our jackets taken on arrival and brought back again when we were leaving. We had table service at the beginning as it got...More
Probably Cork's most popular nightclub but you rarely come away from the place saying "Havanas was rocking last night". Its more of a meeting place for the 20-26 age group of GAA playing folk of Cork than anything else. Friday and Saturday nights are particularly...More
I was going with my boyfriend to have a bit of fun in Havanas on Saturday night, but one really rude and ignorant bouncer who feels like God himself left us outside with the words "you're drunk".. Even we had just one drink.. I felt...More