The Vitrola is located in a corner of the Plaza Vieja in an 18th century establishment, in the middle of Old Havana.
This site makes us travel to the past with its careful decoration with vitrolas, bicycles and images from the past of the first half of the 20th century.
La Vitrola is a good place for breakfasts, lunches, dinners or simply to drink something in a cozy atmosphere, both inside the premises and in one of the many tables that you have on the street and from where you can see that good atmosphere that is breathe in the Old Square.
It has an extensive menu where you can choose both tapas and main courses.
You can choose typical dishes from other countries, among which are the breaded shrimp, pork mashed potatoes, fish eperlan or lobster among others.
It also has an extensive cocktail menu.
It also has live music which makes the Vitrola an ideal place to have a drink and enjoy its atmosphere in one of the best areas of Old Havana listening to local music.
The Vitrola was one of the places visited by Madonna, where she left her signature in a refrigerator in view of the tourists who want to be photographed.
Here Madonna sang and danced mambo, reggaeton and salsa. There is a video on youtube where you dance on a table to the rhythm of Cuban music and I do not post it for how long and heavy it is for me.
Address: Muralla No.151 e / San Ignacio and Cuba
Hours: Every day from 8:00 a.m. at 12:00 p.m.
Phone: (+ 53) 5285 7111