Since Tio Colo opened in the early 2000s, they’ve expanded from only selling those little addictive Bocaditos de Helado to adding Pizza Cubana to their food arsenal.
If you think it doesn’t get any better than those sammies, wait till you get a load of their Pizza.
It’s essential that before we get into some pizza talk that I highly suggest eating the personal size and not the larger family pie.
Why? Well, what makes Pizza Cubana (Cuban Pizza) is the crispy crust. The smaller size tends to embrace this way better.
Stylistically, the most straightforward comparison to make is a deep dish, just not as deep.
You’re also going to find the standard cheese or pepperoni to the Spanish chorizo & onion (hands down my favorite), and the shrimp pizza, which I don’t get but has its fans.
The newest addition is the guava pizza, which replaces the standard red sauce with guava. Those folks who live in South Florida go crazy over guava or guayaba as its best known here. This pizza will make you lose your mind, it’s that good.
PIZZA CUBANA MENU
PIZZA CUBANA PICTURES
You’re probably thinking that if you’re going to have a Guava Pizza chaser to your savory Pizza Cubana, why leave space for their namesake sandwiches? Very simply, they’re fantastic.
ICE CREAM SANDWICHES
You’ve never had an ice cream sandwich like this, and what makes it extra special is the quality of the ice cream itself is incredible.
I like to stick to the mantecado sandwich or Cuban vanilla, which is very close in flavor profile to egg nog.
If I’m not in a mantecado mood, guayaba is my next go to.
I recently had the chocolate one and plan to add it to my rotation.
The dulce de leche is another great one, and the best part is there are over ten different ones to choose from.
So there you have it, Tio Colo’s Bocaditos de Helado and Pizza Cubana in a nutshell.
If these pictures won’t motivate you to get up, drive over there and get some I’m not sure that anything could.
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8051 West 24th Avenue Unit 1