cuba libre restaurant & rum bar is dedicated to celebrating this great cuban heritage. We strive for continuing exploration of cuban flavors, music, art and traditions.
Cuba Libre opened its first location in Old City, Philadelphia in 2000, giving guests a passport to Cuba's intriguing flavors and culture. The restaurant's name, which translates to "a free Cuba," signifies a hope for the future of the treasured island nation.The cuisines of different ethnicities have been gently simmered in the cultural cauldron of Cuba to create what is now the Criollo (home-style) cuisine of the island. Blending native ingredients and cooking traditions with those of South America, Spain, Africa, Asia and several others, Cuban cuisine is a savory mix that reflects its colorful culture.
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Take the Atlantic City Expressway all the way to the end then turn right onto Atlantic Avenue. Turn Left onto Iowa Avenue then turn right onto Pacific Avenue. Cuba Libre Restaurant & Rum Bar is on the corner of Iowa and Pacific Avenues. To go directly to Tropicana, stay straight on Pacific Avenue. Hotel check-in is one block ahead on your right. Tropicana has a paid Parking Garage and also offers Valet Parking. Follow signs to The Quarter.