Tall Fence Removed Between Little Havana’s Outdoor Patio and Inner Harbor

| April 22, 2022 | 0 Comments

A tall chain link fence that stood up against Little Havana’s outdoor patio for the past 25 years was removed this week. The team at Little Havana came to an agreement with HarborView, which owns the property where the fence was attached, to get rid of the fence and beautify the area.

The fence was visible from Little Havana when looking out to the Inner Harbor.

“We are very excited to have the fence gone. It looks so incredible now,” said Little Havana Co-Owner Marc Gentile. “It’s like we had a tint removed, the view is so much clearer now. We are thankful for David Swirnow and the team at HarborView.”

With the fence now removed, Gentile said the next step is clearing the weeds and trash that were stuck between the patio and fence. The final step will be repairing the paneling against the deck support system and adding planters to the ground level.

Gentile said business has been good at Little Havana over the past year other than when the COVID-19 Omicron variant was surging. He’s hopeful for a good spring at the restaurant with low COVID-19 numbers in the area.

Little Havana will be celebrating its 25th anniversary on May 7th with a tent in its adjacent parking lot. This will happen a couple of days after its annual Cinco de Mayo party.

Pictures below from Little Havana 

Before

Fence getting removed

After 

SouthBMore.com photos 

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