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Lackluster outlet of the sometimes good local snack chain. Try the milkshakes.
Plush, slick, minimalist, economical and above all tasty, recently opened Toke is a Havana success story that was waiting to happen, filling a huge gap between insipid state-run joints and more formal paladars...
Late-night hair-of-the-dog seekers meet annoyingly chirpy early risers at this 24-hour institution on La Rampa (Calle 23).
Wow! The Waoo snack bar truly impresses with its wooden wraparound bar, happening locale close to 23 and L (Vedado’s metaphoric G-spot) and quick dishes you might want to savour – think carpaccio, cheese plates and c...
Hidden in the bowels of Edificio Focsa, this TV-themed cafe is a funky dinner/performance venue lauded by those in the know for its cheap food and hilarious comedy nights...
Clinging to its perch close to the Malecón, this sleek new sports bar owned by a Cuban comedian looks as if it floated mockingly across the straits from Florida like a returning exile...
Not an internet cafe but a haven of Havana comfort food with hearty sandwiches, fantastic burgers and ice-cream milkshakes to die for. Join the diplomats under the airy front canopy.
Not actually a garage but a small private fast-food joint with some indoor booths and an outdoor patio where you can stop for milkshakes, burgers and onion rings – all rare pickings in Cuba until recently...
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