Havana. Where to go?
El Floridita Bar -Restaurant in Havana
When you are organizing where to go in Havana include El Floridita Bar-Restaurant in your travel project.
El Floridita opened in 1817 with the name “La Piña de Plata”, then Florida and finally, in 1914, El Floridita.
In short, Constantino Ribalaigua Vert, master of mixology, started working as a bartender.
Four years later he becomes the owner of El Floridita Bar-Restaurant
Importantly, the American writer Ernest Hemingway used to go to El Floridita to drink “el Papa Doble” https://www.thespruceeats.com/hemingway-daiquiri-recipe-760527
Seams like Constantino added to the original Daiquiri cocktail drops of Maraschino liqueur and ice frappe.
Most noteworthy, daiquirí frappe made by “Constante” was in honor of Ernest Hemingway.
Subsequently, El Floridita is also known as “the cradle of the Daiquiri”.
As a result, in this legendary Havana Bar-Restaurant, we find a special space dedicated to Ernest Hemingway.
Next to the bar, there is a life-size sculpture as well as several pictures of the writer with Constante and their friends.
In conclusion, Havana Floridita Bar-Restaurant keeps its international fame for its 200 years of history.