Where to eat, drink and rumba like a true Cuban


When Asori Soto’s family returned to Havana after six years in New York City, where his father worked for the United Nations, the 11-year-old suffered culture shock. “There was nothing,” Soto recalls of the early 1990s, when the Soviet Union’s collapse left communist Cuba in a lurch. “I went from eating Greek food in Astoria…

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