The Bodegita is a small bar restaurant not far from the cathedral. It is well known among tourists to enjoy a mojito and where Ernest Hemingway visted.
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Always packed and over priced. Nothing really to see and it is on a narrow street with not much around it. Popular because of Hemingway but not worth the time or money.
I didn't get to come here on my first visit to Havana so was on my list this year. Very busy, loved the building and the food was fabulous. Probably the best I had in Havana. Nothing fancy... fish, rice, beans...but really well cooked, simple...More
My family and I visited this famous and traditional restaurant in Havana to eat local dishes and to drink the famous Mojitos . We loved it . The Rice , black beans , lobster tails were delicious . The Mojitos are small but good ....More
La Bodeguita del Medio is home to Ernest Hemingway's favorite Mojito. The outside of the bar is jam-packed with tourists, artists and a few Cuban 'hustlers' while the inside is crammed with no AC. Would recommend just stopping by here for a Mojito though they...More
I like the spirit of this place. Lot of famous people were here. Very good Mojito as welcome drink. Fine beef with potatoes, rice with red beans and salad. This meal was much better then in our 4 star all inclusive hotel at Varadero. Worth...More
There was a queue of tourists waiting to enter this famous bar when we turned up at lunchtime. Thankfully our tour guide had the foresight to book us a table for lunch at the bodeguita, so we waltzed past the queue in to the restaurant...More
Yeah. We went there as well. It was a raining day. The place was fun. Lots of drinks, and amazing music. But, it is so small, and there is so much people inside that it is nearly impossible to be there more than half an...More