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Guidebook for Miami

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Guidebook for Miami

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The Miami institution has been the unofficial town hall for El Exilio since 1971. However, this Calle Ocho icon serves more than just cafecito. Its Cuban sandwich ($6.50), with classic fixings such as sweet ham and Swiss cheese, is a winner with the fast-casual crowd, and a traditional roast pork Cuban-style ($10.95) is a hearty meal served with rice and beans. But if you simply want to stop by the to-go window — AKA la ventanita — for croquetas, no one will judge you
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Versailles Cuban Bakery
3501 SW 8th St
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The Miami institution has been the unofficial town hall for El Exilio since 1971. However, this Calle Ocho icon serves more than just cafecito. Its Cuban sandwich ($6.50), with classic fixings such as sweet ham and Swiss cheese, is a winner with the fast-casual crowd, and a traditional roast pork Cuban-style ($10.95) is a hearty meal served with rice and beans. But if you simply want to stop by the to-go window — AKA la ventanita — for croquetas, no one will judge you
Although Azucar offers only desserts, its delicious ice cream makes this shop worth visiting. The owners were trained at the Frozen Dessert Institute and Penn State University Creamery. (Yes, those are real places.) Azucar serves more than 30 signature and classic flavors, including key lime pie, but Abuela Maria takes the cake. The concoction, containing the famed cookie by Goya, is so popular it’s trademarked.
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Azucar Ice Cream Company
1503 Southwest 8th Street
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Although Azucar offers only desserts, its delicious ice cream makes this shop worth visiting. The owners were trained at the Frozen Dessert Institute and Penn State University Creamery. (Yes, those are real places.) Azucar serves more than 30 signature and classic flavors, including key lime pie, but Abuela Maria takes the cake. The concoction, containing the famed cookie by Goya, is so popular it’s trademarked.
Trying to classify the food at Cardon y el Tirano is nearly impossible, especially because chef/owner Francisco Anton doesn't label his cuisine. But the eatery is truly a find. Tucked away in a strip mall, the small dining room holds no more than ten tables, yet the menu offers a seemingly never-ending number of plates. Whether you order the Asian-style lechón dumplings ($11) or the Venezuelan-inspired arepitas ($4), you are sure to be transported to another part of the world.
Cardon y El Tirano
3411 SW 8th St
Trying to classify the food at Cardon y el Tirano is nearly impossible, especially because chef/owner Francisco Anton doesn't label his cuisine. But the eatery is truly a find. Tucked away in a strip mall, the small dining room holds no more than ten tables, yet the menu offers a seemingly never-ending number of plates. Whether you order the Asian-style lechón dumplings ($11) or the Venezuelan-inspired arepitas ($4), you are sure to be transported to another part of the world.