Slurp a coffee in the streetside cafe or gravitate to the elegant air-conditioned, two-floor interior for the city's best eating experience, where abstract pictures of the province's famous guajiros watch on while y…
A pleasant four-table cafe with a baseball theme that's clearly aimed at locals, this place passes the first test (good coffee). For seconds, you can move on down the menu past the eggs, smoothies, tea and burgers a…
This rather good private restaurant serves up liberal helpings of simple comida criolla (Creole food), heavy on the rice and beans, with plenty of Cuban company.
Pinar del Río's colorful open-air market is almost on top of the tracks near the train station. You'll see the odd tour group tramping through here trying to get a grip on Cuban economics.
A rather lavish entrance leads back to a more typical ranchón-style main eating area. Great food, particularly the fish, but why the rather grotesque gnomes? Pay in pesos.
A substantial tres gracias (three scoops) at this clean, cheerful place in a small park on the main drag (Martí) is the price of half a teaspoon's worth of Häagen Dazs.
For your daily bread.