sometimes you have to read between the numbers. more than half the reviewers did not rate this place as excellent. you figure it out.
Quite disappointing. The cocktails were the most expensive we found in Havana (including the 5 star hotel) and not as good. The staff were disinterested and took a while to acknowledge us even though we were sitting at the bar. It is a tourist trap in the truest sense which is a shame as with all its history, it could... More
Nice to visit this bar very close to the Hotel Telégrafo and enjoy the daiquiris, live music and global clientele--not to mention photo ops with the big H at the bar.
Cocktails were a little bit more expensive, the aircon was dripping quite on lot on one of the back tables, the waiters were a little grumpy and the band, who had a brilliant guitar and bass player, only played about two songs per set which was a shame and could not really hear the vocalists who actually had really good... More
a statue of Ernest Hemmingway stands a the end of the bar where it is said he drunk his strawberry daiquiri so what else could we do but the same and listen the cuban band
I kinda liked this place, very btf inside, but staff wasnt friendly,prices were very expensive 6cuc for one daiquiri and of course only tourists....one thing i really enjoyed was the music, so to stop by just to see the inside and listen a lil music should be enough.
Yes, this place is in every tour book and on every tour guides list, so it can get busy. But it is still worth a visit, there's live music on every 30/60 minutes and the atmosphere in the bar was good the both times we went. We didn't eat in there, but the drinks were good if not slightly expensive.... More
We decided to have dinner there since it was one of the 5 most recommended places to eat in Old Havana. The place looks really great, colonial style with a long bar, live music and a separate quiet space for dining. Our waiter took our orders quite quickly and we thought this place might live up to all the hype.... More
This bar was once frequented by Hemmingway and his statue stands in the corner. Tourists clamour to be photographed beside it. That said, it is a nice bar with good service and even better daiquiris. I enjoyed the live music which was of a better standard than many of the other bars. Conveniently located around the corner from Parque Central... More
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