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Newcastle upon Tyne, England, United Kingdom
January 8, 2005
A band plays here at around 3pm and then again in the evening. They're actually quite good, although they tend to play the same songs as every other bar band in Havana!
Such is the popularity of this place that you may have to share a table with someone in the evenings, but the place has a friendly atmosphere and attentive staff.
The usual array of drinks is on offer, with Cristal beer and the obligatory Cuba Libres being the most popular.
Cafe de Paris is decorated in the typical Cuban style, with simple wooden chairs and tables and a plain wooden bar--no frills here, but it is pleasant and comfortable nonetheless.
From journal Havana, A Great Time!
February 14, 2003
**You also must realize that in going to bars in Havana you will not really run into Cubans other than jinateros. Cubans just cannot afford it. For a more Cuban night, you'll want to check out the Malecon section.
From journal The Real Habana