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Old Havana hosting toast today to recognize new era in U.S.-Cuba relations

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Old Havana Sandwich Shop in downtown Durham is known for its excellent Cuban dishes—such as a roasted pork, ham, cheese, salami, mustard, pickle tower of power. 

Today, Old Havana, 310 E. Main St., will celebrate what could become a New Havana—a new era of potential goodwill, or at least something more than malicious indifference—between the U.S. and Cuba. 

At 3 p.m., Old Havana, owned by Robert Matos, a Cuban native, will host a Cuba Libre toast, hoping for a free society in that country. Head down there for a snort of the rum-based drink. And get your passports ready.




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