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Las Floriditas, Downtown Mobile’s first and only authentic Cuban speakeasy,

reopens on Tuesday, June 16, 2020 following its temporary closure due to COVID-19.


MOBILE, AL (June 10, 2020): Located in the basement of the Trustmark Bank building in Downtown Mobile amidst the old bank fault, the authentic Cuban speakeasy, Las Floriditas, reopens on Tuesday, June 16th. Despite a temporary closure due to COVID-19, Las Floriditas will reopen following CDC guidelines as well as including antibacterial air filters installed throughout the building to keep the staff and guests safe and healthy.


Paying tribute to Earnest Hemingway’s favorite bar in Havana, Cuba, El Floridita, Las Floriditas combines the authentic Cuban style with a prohibition-era feel to create an experience that can’t be found anywhere else. “We are excited to bring back the long-forgotten era of refinement to Downtown Mobile with the reopening of Las Floriditas,” says owner Bob Baumhower. “From entering through a hidden passageway, only after providing the secret password to the doorman, to the Cuban-inspired cocktails and cuisine, Las Floriditas is an experience that can’t be missed.”


Las Floriditas reopens on Tuesday, June 16th from 4pm to 10pm. Regular hours of operation are Tuesday through Wednesday from 4pm to 10pm, Thursdays from 4pm to 11pm, and Friday and Saturday from 4pm to 12am. Las Floriditas also offers live music every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. To view the Las Floriditas menus and dress code, visit To gain entry into Las Floriditas with the nightly password, like Las Floriditas on Facebook at




About Las Floriditas

Las Floriditas, an Aloha Hospitality concept, is Downtown Mobile’s first and only authentic prohibition-era speakeasy designed to pay tribute to the birthplace of the daiquiri, El Floridita in Havana, Cuba. Once inside the concealed bar, guests are greeted by a long-forgotten era of refinement only found in the days of Earnest Hemingway. Las Floriditas offers a Cuban-inspired menu featuring cocktails, tapas, sandwiches, desserts, coffee, and more. To find the password to gain entry into Las Floriditas, guests must like Las Floriditas on Facebook ( and appropriate attire is required. For more information on Las Floriditas, visit


About Aloha Hospitality

From consulting services to culinary innovation, for more than 35 years Aloha Hospitality has served up both a passion for food and the commitment to excellence that CEO and Owner Bob Baumhower learned in his playing days with the Alabama Crimson Tide and Miami Dolphins. Aloha Hospitality is known for its classic to cutting-edge dishes with a commitment to high quality, locally-sourced ingredients and, above all, a Legendary guest experience. Aloha Hospitality is the parent company of Baumhower’s Victory Grille, Dauphin’s, Las Floriditas, and Wingfingers. For more information, visit