Classic. This is the place to be seen in the Cuban community with a heritage dating back to 1971. Patrons can sample traditional favorites from a huge menu. There are numerous preparations of pork, chicken, beef and seafood as well as some specialty dishes including braised ox tail, lamb shank, pig's feet and beef tongue. The seafood options include zarzuela (a type of seafood stew), ceviche and whole fried red snapper. A Cuban bakery and take-away kitchen for those on the run is next door.
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