A night out .
Built in 1939, this world-renowned, open-air nightspot in Havana provides guests with exciting Cabaret Shows and delicious cocktails in a tropical setting. With seating for 1,400 people and more than 200 performers on any given night, your party will be entertained throughout the evening. Tropicana is a must-see for first time visitors.
El gato tuerto
El Gato Tuerto (the One-Eyed Cat) is a chic café and bar that hosts live music on Fridays and Saturdays. The restaurant upstairs, meanwhile, serves good soup, reasonably priced ropa vieja (shredded beef) and excellent lobster fried in butter with a little sweet-and-sour sauce
Looking for a long night of dancing, Cuba libres, and entertainment? Round up your group and head to Café Cantante Mi Habana. This happening nightlife venue features non-stop dancing until 4am and is popular among local musicians. Be sure to arrive early on weekends, as this place fills up quickly.
Located on one of Havana’s busiest strips, La Zorra y el Cuervo (The Fox and the Crow) is Havana’s finest jazz club. The party kicks off at 11 PM with an eclectic mix of Latin and Afro-Cuban jazz performances and typically runs through 3 AM. This popular nightlife spot regularly attracts some of the world’s most talented jazz musicians, so expect to be impressed on any given night of the week. Two bar drinks are typically included in the reasonable cover charge.