Decorated with vintage travel posters of its namesake city, this two-level restaurant serves such authentic Cuban specialties on the cheap, such as roast-pork sandwiches and chicken slowly cooked in Spanish sauce. If you are driving through South Florida, chances are you'll see multiple billboards on I-95 pointing you to this no-frills South Florida institution. Lunch and dinner dishes are enhanced by the requisite black beans and rice. Open 24 hours, this friendly place
attracts a late-night crowd. The popular walk-up window serves strong Cuban coffee (often awarded the best in Palm Beach County), sugary fried churros, and fruit juices in exotic flavors like mamey, mango, papaya, guava, and guanabana.