About Cuba Libre
Legend has it that the Cuba Libre, (rum and cola with a slice of optional lime), was first invented in 1900 in Havana, Cuba. It is said that it was drank to toast Cuban freedom from Spanish occupation.
In 2006, the spirit of South America came to the Lion City at Clarke Quay where you can find Cuba Libre Café & Bar.
Designed to invoke the spirit of a Cuba trapped in a time long forgotten, it is reminiscent of a typical Havana bar. An imposing wrought iron outline of Che Guevara takes place of honor on the display wall. He was a famous figure who came to be a hero in the sixties for his radical political stands for the people of Cuba. His profile with the iconic beret and red star can still be seen throughout Cuba and has a dominating presence at Cuba Libre.
7 days a week, Adrenalina, a 6 piece band, lights up the evenings with a stunning array of live performances
With various social nights a week, the dance floor fires up late into the wee hours, so make sure you bring your dancing shoes.
Serving Singapore’s best Mojito, Cuba Libre serves a wild variety of cocktails! Perhaps the oldest cocktail in Cuba, the name derives from the African word “Mojo” which means “to cast a spell” and that is exactly what it does – at least after you’ve had two or three. The Capirinha is a must-try at Cuba Libre along with the exotic Caipiroska and Mojito Grande.