Intrepid palates venture several miles inland to get a taste of the "Best Cuban Food in Naples," as voted by readers of Gulfshore Life magazine. You'll get authentic, home-cooked specialties, without pretension, at this simple storefront café. Stick to the basics, and don't miss the lemony lechon asado (slow-roasted pork that's grilled and basted with garlic) or ropa vieja (shreds of flank steak simmered in tomato sauce with heaps of peppers and onions). In chichi Naples, the prices are good, and the portions are better: one entrée is enough for dinner and lunch the next day, as all are served with salads, big slabs of toasted garlic bread, and two sides. The bar is wine-and-beer only; the mojitos are faux-jitos but still pretty tasty.