The Habana Libre has an excellent cafeteria and grill, and the restaurants are delightful:
The Polinesio restaurant and bar: Peerless service for over 40 years has made this one of Havana’s best restaurants for Asian food.
El Barracón restaurant and bar: With some of the most authentic Cuban food in town, this eating place is done as a bohío (Cuban peasant hut or cabin). Complete with lanterns, saddles, wooden tables and stools. The private room fits 15, and is perfect for intimate dinners settled in amongst the cedar furniture and wine racks. The house specialties are bona fide representations of the best from this island, and come from many different regions. The Shredded Tasajo (once horse jerky, now made from beef) a la Piña de Ciego is not to be missed. Nor are the fried plantains, tamal casserole, stewed country style chicken, malanga fritters and more.
Sierra Maestra panoramic restaurant: To make your dreams become reality eat Spanish and International food on the top floor 150 m. above the city.
Las Antillas buffet restaurant: Breakfast, lunch and dinner, at your service.
La Rampa cafeteria: Named after the hotel’s neighborhood with breakfast and fast food, open 24 hrs.
Las Cañitas poolside grill: Ideal to grab a bite after swimming. Light and full dishes, including shrimp cocktail, ham sandwich, seafood kebab, juices, champagne and more.
Siboney bar: Small lobby bar with many cocktail specials.
Las Cañitas bar: For fun nights of music, cocktails and karaoke.
El Patio bar: Known as a watering hole of the Cuban artsy crowd. Sips of mojitos, bohemian milieu and lounge music from the 60’s.