Doce Provisions – Little Havana, Florida

I’ve been waiting for Doce Provisions to open. Justin Sherrer and his wife Lisetty Llampalla have come up with a really great comfort food menu that’s not dumbed down for the masses. I met Justin a few years back at … Continue reading

Little Bread – Coral Gables, Florida – CLOSED

Just a little over 2 and a half years ago I wrote about Chef Alberto Cabrera and his just opened Bread + Butter Counter in Coral Gables. This past December I told you about his new sandwich concept in Little … Continue reading

Little Bread – Little Havana, Florida – CLOSED

Chef Alberto Cabrera just opened up Little Bread in Little Havana. This comes just a couple of months shy of Bread + Butter Counter‘s 2 year anniversary, B+B is his other restaurant. Sandwiches are more my speed and that’s what Little Bread … Continue reading

Guide To Cuban Sandwiches In Miami, Florida

When I have friend come in from out of town they ask me about the variety of sandwiches always available at Cuban restaurants and cafeterias. There is always an extensive sandwich selection at 99% of Cuban places. I grew up … Continue reading

Rio Cristal Turns 40 And I Revisit

Jose C. Acosta ¨Pepe¨ who not only founded Rio Cristal but also the legendary Lila’s in New York and on 8th Street recently passed away but his legacy lives on in Westchester. Rio Cristal just turned 40 years old this … Continue reading

Rio Cristal In Westchester, Florida

A few months back I wrote about my childhood love affair for the Supercheeseburger at Rio Cristal. I’ll save you the trip and post what I said below: I know what you’re saying (maybe you’re not saying anything because you … Continue reading

Morro Castle in Little Havana, Florida

If you’re not into the open air type of thing, then this is not the place for you. Morro Castle, located in Little Havana is one of those places you probably drive by and say to yourself, I’m going to … Continue reading

El Mago De Las Fritas in West Miami, Florida

El Mago De Las Fritas is located on 8th street in Miami. It’s not the only frita place on 8th street though. Approximately 10 years ago on my way home from my parent’s house I came across El Mago De … Continue reading