Parrots, budgerigars, peacocks and other birds provide a continuous soundtrack out on the patio.
This restaurant bearing the name of a famous tobacco plantation to the west of Havana.
A bright patio and a dining room exposed to the elements for light, somewhat frugal snacks; tapas, etc.
A courtyard planted with leafy trees just a few steps from the Plaza de San Francisco de Asís.
The walls are plastered with autographs and drawings left by travelers who have relished the bar's grilled pork, rice and black beans.
This restaurant is set in the sturdy battery of the Twelve Apostles, the twelve canons that protect the Morro.
The view takes in the harbor, the fortresses and the Christ of Havana.