Walking into Little Havana on a Friday afternoon before the O's game, we didn't think about the fact that the restaurant, serving Baltimoreans for over a decade, is a fixture in Federal Hill. All we could think about was happy hour, one of this joint's specialties. It was a slow afternoon on the back patio and our waitress took good care of us, making sure we were watered and fed and drinking as much rum as we could manage. The chicken quesadillas ($7.95) and the nachos ($6.95) were average fare. It was the pain-numbing mojitos ($8), the house drink that slides down the throat ever so easily, and the Havana wings ($7.95) with their meat-falling-off-the-bone goodness that we devoured like hyenas. And it wasn't as authentic as it might have been in, say, Miami, it was good enough to make up for the parking grumbles we had on the way in.