A fun little place off the major tourist track for some real authentic mojitos and carne ropas. Some night's the live music transports you to a simpler time, an old man and the sea feel set amongst vibrantly colored art works. Even if you miss the music however, it's a great little find for dinner. I like to sit at the faux grass roof thatched little bar and pester the barkeep for stories about growing up in Cuba and why her family left. I suppose the less persistent might enjoy just sitting there and ordering any of the pork entrees, rice, beans and a few bites of plantains. Viva Cuba!
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