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Excellent no-frills food that’s extremely light on the wallet. The “Daily Good Deals” – thinly sliced steak, pork or chicken, beans and rice, plantains and a salad – mark the high end of the menu at $5.99. Also available is an array of subs, a breakfast selection and a not-to-be-missed relleno de papa.
A humble setting for hearty Cuban and Puerto Rican home cooking where the food far outshines the service; in fact, the pace can be downright glacial.
Down-home Cuban cooking awaits those who take the drive down Forsyth Road’s forlorn drag; Maria Alfonso brings her diner to life with a welcoming exuberance. Empanadas are a must (if they haven’t sold out); meat-lovers will revel in the steak palomilla, churrasco and pork-topped mofongo. Breakfast and lunch only; closed Sundays.
Roho Art & Coffee, located in the CityArts Factory building, serves up great coffee at a decent price. It's a unique local coffee house with lots of delicious coffee offerings, as well as teas and snacks such as pastelitos, empanadas, quiche and bagels. The large windows make people-watching in the heart of downtown easy and fun. The dining room also serves as an art gallery exhibiting the work of local Hispanic artists.
Volleyball teams play in mud pits in a benefit for the March of Dimes
Mimimalist surf pop
Featuring Pauly Crush and friends
1505 E. Colonial Dr.
Orlando, FL 32803
Phone: (407) 377-0400
Classified Phone: (407) 377-0415
Fax: (407) 377-0420
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