Cojimar is a great stop when experiencing the "Hemmingway" Cuba. A bronze bust of him overlooks the beautiful bay and old fort. Down from this is the La Terraza Restaurant, still exploiting the Hemmingway connection. You see lots of photos of him on the walls.
I would say with confidence that all the patrons are tourists and usually in a group. Our dining room held 3 or 4 groups. The seats by the window's hang over the water's edge. We had a choice of chix, fish, or paella. Though the paella was plentiful and tasty, I think the fish was fresh and looked inviting.
The entry area was commanded by a long bar. I think tourists drink a lot of Cuban rum, which flows like water.
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