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Forgive them the kitschy name, Chicken Little could yet make it big...
This paladar is a bit of an open secret among habaneros, some of whom consider it to be the best pizza restaurant in Cuba...
A rancho -style restaurant just steps from the east end of Boca Ciega beach with a thatched roof and open sides...
Playas del Este’s gay scene revolves around a beach bar called La Paté , near Restaurante Mi Cayito, at the east end of Santa María del Mar...
On a tiny island in the Laguna Itabo, this place serves lobster, shrimp and grilled fish in an open-air locale. There's a live show here every Saturday and Sunday at 3pm that you can enjoy for the price of a drink.
Tucked just off the roundabout by the international clinic. This secluded little place is surprisingly upscale for this neck of the woods. Serves good seafood at reasonable prices.
This is a spick-and-span place almost in Guanabo, with a full wine rack (French and Californian), checkered tablecloths and a good version of chicken cordon bleu.
Yacht charters, deep-sea fishing and scuba diving are offered by Cubanacán Náutica Tarará , 22km east of Havana. Ask about this at your hotel tour desk.
When the Guanabo pizza gets too much, head to this thatched-roof, beach-style restaurant about 50m from the sand. It specializes in seafood.
Located near Villa los Pinos, this place contains a surprisingly delicious pizza-fest, plus cannelloni, lasagna, salads and spaghetti.
This paladar is still going strong, hidden away on the hill (near Calle 476). It's enthusiastically recommended by locals.
Bargain-basement price and quality gets you pizza for CUC$1.50 and up per slice if you can handle the grubby tables.
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