Tony travels to Cuba in the search of the island's heart and soul where beauty abounds in the people, the food and the architecture and streets that are riddled with pristine cars from a different era.Go to Episode
Anthony Bourdain sits down for a meal with famed photographer Roberto Salas at El Aljibe. Roberto showed Tony classic photos of Fidel Castro.
Avenida 7ma, (between 24 & 26), Havana, Cuba
Carlos Castillo, a Basque chef, was recently brought to Cuba to run the kitchen at El Templete -- another example of the revitalization of Cuban cuisine.
Avenue Carlos Manuel Céspedes (Avenue del Puerto), Havana, Cuba
The baseball stadium where Tony and Cuban baseball expert Peter Bjarkman watched a baseball game.
Paladar Los Amigos
Paladar Los Amigos is a favorite restaurant among locals. Elizabeth Espinoza runs the restaurant in the back of her pre-revolutionary house.
Calle M, No 253 (between 19 and 21), Havana, Cuba
Puerto de Sagua
A nautical-themed bar in Habana Vieja's grittier southern quarter ' unchanged since the 1950s.
Avenue de Bélgica, No 603, Havana, Cuba
Sitting on a high bluff overlooking the Malecón, this is Havana's signature hotel and it's loaded with atmosphere and history.
Calle 21 y O, Vedado, Plaza, Havana 10400, Cuba
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