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Alma de Cuba

Alma de Cuba

Way back when Cuba was closed to U.S. visitors, Alma de Cuba conjured images of the island nation as a place of exotic tobacco fields, the freshest of fish and the most refreshing of drinks—the mojito. Today, the modern Latin restaurant continues to capture diners’ imagination with ceviche, potato-crusted fried chicken, vaca frita and empanadas.

Credit: Photo by C. Smyth for VISIT PHILADELPHIA®

Tags: Dining & Restaurants

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