Floridita Restaurant - Restaurants

In 1817 opened the doors for the first time, at the corner of Obispo and Monserrate "The Piña de Plata", shortly after "Florida" and closer to our days the "Floridita", as it is known in the world whole, even in our times.


Floridita Bar Restaurant


Floridita Bar Restaurant in Cuba
Floridita Bar Restaurant in Cuba

More than 187 years of history of this classic prestige distinction belongs to the company Company extrahotel "Palmares" which retains all its splendor and exquisiteness, respecting the Regency style decor, which premiered in the 50s.

In 1953 the magazine "Esquire" recognize it as one of the seven most famous bars in the world and in 1992 he was awarded the Best of the Best Award Five Star Diamond Award from the American Academy of Gastronomic Sciences as the King of Daiquiri and Restaurant specializing in seafood more representative.

The Cradle of the Daiquiri Floridita Bar Restaurant
The Cradle of the Daiquiri Floridita Bar Restaurant

The rich history of Floridita keeps endearing anecdotes of what was and is the Havana, of their choicest visitors: culture, politics, art, social life they have enjoyed excellent cocktails and its exquisite dishes based seafood, prepared by culinary masters of international experts and Cuban cuisine, with a cuisine that has a unique seal and can only be found here within these walls that remain despite the passage of time and by the zeal of his most endearing faithful guardians, workers.

For his famous Bar have passed several generations of Cubans and foreign visit as Havana, known or not, many to appreciate and observe what was found the famous American writer Nobel Prize in Literature Ernest Hemingway, who spent many hours sitting at the bar, listening to the regulars of the place, or shaping some of their stories with his favorite drink daiquiri, or the Pope's drink he transformed to his liking and that many come to enjoy today.

A Hemingway only took one visit to Floridita forever be pledged to one of the most emblematic places of Havana and Cuba "The Cradle of the Daiquiri" was in the 30's, when he wrote the draft of "For Whom the Bell Tolls.

In the Floridita you find a warmth that will make you feel king of the world, know the pleasures of the palate, both for their drinks as meals, will be trapped like many others, that in the long years of service this majestic instead, have recognized.