Mic.com: Cuban-American shops dish out free drinks and desserts to celebrate Fidel Castro's death
Some Cuban-Americans toasting the death of controversial Cuban leader Fidel Castro can score a free drink, coffee or Castro-themed ice cream to commemorate the occasion.
Since his death Friday, many Cuban-Americans have been celebrating Castro's passing as he was a symbol of terror. Though some praised him as a nationalist hero, Castro initiated political executions, abused human rights and censored news.
Now, restaurants in the United States are giving customers a tasty way to celebrate.
At Sergio's Restaurants, a Miami-based chain, customers were treated to a free cafecito (Cuban coffee) on Saturday. The chain also offered free Cuba Libre drinks (which literally means "Free Cuba") to customers at two of the chain locations on Saturday, a spokesperson said in an email.