A a favorite among the locals, this Cuban joint is where drinking and dancing merge into one big party. With the muisic being ... More
A a favorite among the locals, this Cuban joint is where drinking and dancing merge into one big party. With the muisic being predominantly latin—salsa and merengue, this place is usually teeming with people till wee hours of the morning. Tikoa keeps the party meter ticking with style and spirit!
Initiated by the sculptor and painter Salvador Gonzáles, this project dating from 1990 highlights the importance of African influences on
Cuban culture. The idea was to create a cultural platform within the community. Every Sunday afternoon a rumba session ...
This is one of a chain of cafes owned by the, “Palmares” company, which is one of the leaders in
its field, with outlets all over Havana. The menu has a fairly wide selection of French style cakes, bread ...
The elegant furniture, piano music, marble walls and floor help create an intimate and relaxed atmosphere at this restored cafe.
Soft lighting makes this the ideal romantic hangout at night. The establishment offers a selection of spirits, beers, light ...