Situated on party street, Sukhumvit Soi 11, Havana Social keeps itself unseen, hiding behind a telephone booth and requiring a secret code to get in. The interior presents an interpretation of pre-revolution Cuba in the ′40s, said to have been the “Las Vegas of the Caribbean” at that time. Vintage furniture, a worn-out ceiling and clothes hanging from the ceiling add to the curious vibe, and so do live music from a Colombian band and various DJs. All the drinks are Cuban-inspired as well. Their signature drink and best seller is the Caribbean Smashed Mojito, made with fresh sugar cane. If you know mojitos, you’d know that this is one of the best in the city. The list also includes the Hemingway Daiquiri, which uses four-year-old rum, and The Ricardo Robson, Bacardi black rum mixed with orange juice, honey and honeycomb (amazing!), both of which were popular in pre-revolution Cuba. The bar is soon going to introduce post-revolution cocktails, modern drinks and a cigar lounge.