A favorite with locals, this restaurant is divided into two rooms: the semi-casual dining room and the super-casual cafe. In the dining room you can find visitors and locals dining on Cuban specialties, while the cafe next-door serves up sandwiches and omelets to a blue-collar crowd. In the restaurant, dishes include Palomilla Steak ($8.95), Yellowtail and Breaded Shrimp. The cafe serves hamburgers, sandwiches, and fresh juices. Most items cost under $5.