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La Marquesina & Leoncio Vidal Park in Santa Clara in Cuba

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Moderate Noise
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Alcohol Beer, Wine, Cocktails
Seating Capacity 25
Outside Seating 15
Types of Seating Small tables, Standing bar / counter
Keywords Outdoor Seating, Cash Only, Natural Light, Alcohol

Pro Tips

Cuban dive bar La Marquesina takes up a corner of the historic Caridad theater building and overlooks the Parque Vidal in the heart of Santa Clara. The bar has plenty of tables inside and out, and the ETECSA Wifi hotspot in Leoncio Park provides a decent connection. It’s a great spot to wile away a few hours checking email, and people watching with the locals. Taxi drivers, cigar factory workers, tourists and students congregate here for icy mojitos and cold Cristals, the not half bad Cuban lager. A Cuban flag embellished with Che, Santa Clara’s favorite adopted son, hangs proudly above the bar. You can connect through the state run ETECSA Wifi network using an access card at CUC$2 an hour. Cards can be purchased from ETECSA Telepunto storefronts and large hotels.


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