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Café Havana is a lively café-bar where you can see some traditional South American live music, drink, and dance the night away.
There is a cover charge of 12,000 pesos, but this is worth it for the fantastic live music. Bands mainly play Cuban, salsa, bachata, and reggaeton music. If you enjoy any type of Latin American dancing, Café Havana is the place to come. Most people dance right at their tables, which is helpful if the dance floor gets too crowded. You can be guaranteed you'll be dancing salsa by the end of the night!
There is no food served but the menu has a large range of drinks, including many whiskies, three types of mojitos, beers, and plenty of spirits. The bar is famous for its mojitos and you'll see people drinking them everywhere.
The bar only holds around 100 people so it can get pretty hot and sweaty. If you want a table make sure you arrive early, before 9.30pm.
Thursday - Saturday (and Sundays on holiday weekends) - 8.30pm - 4am