In a renovated old building with typical 20th-century Cuban architecture, Rafael Rosales is driven. This film director has successfully turned his home into a trendy bar. Madrigal is the name of a feature film in which he participated. In Havana, his establishment is one of the symbols of "New Cuba" with its arty appearance, apparent brick walls in brown, ochre and black tones, wide ebony piano and "political" paintings. The famous figure Che, omnipresent, chaperones the patrons. The guerrilla, Tania, only woman to fight with the revolutionary, is also represented above the counter.
Rafael Rosales opens a few rooms of his house to visitors. Choose one of the homemade cocktails from among a small quality selection and have a seat at the enormous wooden table reigning in the dining room or favour the intimacy of the living room and its comfortable sofas. During summer evenings, take your quarters on the terrace, like a real local.
Calle 17 n° 809
+53 7 8312433
Drinks: from 5 CUC