I found this chain of pubs scattered all over the island. What really caught my attention were the queues in the street to enjoy 15 minutes tasting the ice cream. Once you are there, you sit at a table with other people that you do not know at all and ve aren´t at all bothered by you. In Cuba, queuing is a pretty usual thing (it is a result of socialization). I didn't see any other pubs in the street. Another thing which is very different are the hotels and sites for tourists. Socialization creates such situations that are repeated over and over in the transit stop, before a ration shop, or in a pharmacy.
In Cafe Bohemia I fell in love with the atmosphere. Those who love reading and worship, will have an essential break from the bustle of the city and have a Expresso Bohemia, a kind of frappuccino, which is exquisite and refreshing, after passing through the sunny Old Town Square, where this beautiful place is hidden. It was created in honor of one of the founders of the Cuban magazine Bohemia, that has published a large part of Cuban history and it's framed covers decorate the entrance. Both in the courtyard, and beside that beautiful white shelf you want for your home, runs an air that invites you to linger for a few moments of peace. Try the daily special pasta or chicken, all prepared with fresh and seasonal products.