Orlando

Florida is somewhat a Cuban province. A Cuban state.

Almost every city in Florida has been populated by Cubans. So is Orlando, the city of lakes, the city of theme parks.

Perhaps a Cuban-themed park is missing here, but there are enough Cuban restaurants and cafes to remind you that this city is also part of Cuban heritage.

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Cuba Libre Restaurant & Rum Bar

Cuba Libre Restaurant & Rum Bar

Open-air setting, with Latin music and delectable menu of classic & contemporary Cuban cuisine. Dedicated to a continued exploration of Cuban heritage, art, music, flavors, and traditions.

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Oasis Cuban Restaurant

Oasis Cuban Restaurant

A Cuban oasis with the original taste of Cuban cuisine.

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Herber’s Cuban Café

Herber’s Cuban Café

Cuban restaurant, pizzeria, ice cream parlor. Authentic Cuban food. Original Cuban cuisine.

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Zaza New Cuban Diner

Zaza New Cuban Diner

Family restaurant with Cuban cuisine and breakfast all day.

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Sociedad Cubana De Orlando

Sociedad Cubana De Orlando

Club founded in 1985 with the aim of preserving Cuban heritage, art, and culture.

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Bongos Cuban Café

Bongos Cuban Café

Café owned by Gloria Estefan. Located at Downtown Disney. Very nice Cuban design. You can make reservations in advance. Splendid Cuban shows with music and dance in the evenings.

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Numero Uno Cuban Restaurant

Numero Uno Cuban Restaurant

Cuban cuisine. Family owned. They offer catering and they organize celebrations. Lunch starting at $5.99.

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Havana’s Café

Havana’s Café

Spanish and Cuban cuisine. Located at Disney Downtown ( Disney Springs). They organize events and have special menus for children.

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