Museo de Numismático
This numismatist's heaven brings together various collections of medals, coins and banknotes from around the world, including a stash of...
Museo 28 Septiembre de los CDR
A venerable building on Obispo that dedicates two floors to a rather biased dissection of the nationwide Comites de la Defensa de la...
Taller Experimental de Gráfica
Offers classes in the art of engraving. Individualized instruction lasts one month, during which the student creates an engraving with...
La Lluvia de Oro
It's on Obispo and there's always live music belting through the doorway, so it's always crowded. But with a higher-than-average...
Keep it simple. The secret at new paladar Dona Eutemia is there is no secret. Just serve decent-sized portions of incredibly tasty...
Lonely Planet review
Fine fin de siècle furnishings lure you into this former Havana sweet shop that recently got a restaurant makeover by the City’s Historian’s office and Habaguanex. They obviously forgot to makeover the chef. Despite a menu that boasts of prize-winning cuisine (what prize?), the plate doesn’t quite live up to the billing, though the ambience is pleasant and the service eager.