Beverages

Addis Ethiopian Spice Tea

Addis Ethiopian Spice Tea

Cup $ 2.99

Ethiopian Black Tea is organically cultivated in the naturally fertile plateaus of Ethiopia, which produce a rich Black Tea plant. The leaves are carefully sun dried, aromatic and traditionally used as a culinary spice to marinate meats in addition to infusing a hot drink.

Tableside Roasted Ethiopian Coffee

Tableside Roasted Ethiopian Coffee

Jebena $ 15.00

Ethiopia is where Coffea Arabica, the coffee plant, originates. Experience the smell of the beans as they are roasted tableside for you and then brewed and placed in a Traditional Ethiopian Jebena for all to enjoy

Fresh Juices

Fresh Juices

Glass $ 3.00 to $ 3.50

Fresh Juices at Harambe Ethiopian Restaurant
Fresh Mango Juice ~ Glass $ 3.50
Fresh Cranberry Juice ~ Glass $ 3.00
Fresh Orange Juice ~ Glass $ 3.00
Fresh Pineapple Juice ~ Glass $ 3.00

Soda Pop

Soda Pop

Glass $ 2.50

Soda Pop at Harambe Ethiopian Restaurant
Coke 
Diet Coke
Seven Up
Ginger Ale

Perrier® Sparkling Water

Perrier® Sparkling Water

$ 2.75

Perrier® Sparkling Water
Perrier is a French brand of natural bottled mineral water captured at the source in Vergèze, located in the Gard département.

Harambe Ethiopian Tej Honey Wine

Harambe Ethiopian Tej Honey Wine

$ 6.00 to $ 21.99

Tej is a wine made from fermented honey and a special kind of hops called gesho. Ethiopians believe tej was the wine used for a toast between the Queen of Sheba and King Solomon. At Harambe Ethiopian Restaurant
Glass $ 6.00
Bruli Carafe $ 6.50
Reserva Oval Decanter $ 21.99

Obikwa Shiraz ~ South African Wine

Obikwa Shiraz ~ South African Wine

Bottle $ 25.00

This full-bodied Shiraz sports a dark ruby hue and smells like happiness in a bottle. Although ready to be enjoyed immediately, this wine has a maturation potential of 3-4 years. The question is... can you wait that long? Wink wink.
Bottle $ 25.00

Finca Los Primos Malbec

Finca Los Primos Malbec

Bottle $ 28.99

Malbec is Argentina's flagship variety, and the country has the largest Malbec acreage in the world. This variety originally comes from South West France, where it is called Cot and features a hard, tannic style. Due to its intense color and dark hues, wines obtained from this variety were once called “the black wines of Cahors.” These wines consolidated their prestige in the Middle Ages and gained full recognition in modern times.