Best Inexpensive Restaurant Miami 2014 - Orange Cafe + Art
Any original piece by Monet, Picasso, or Rembrandt will cost you more than you'll earn in your lifetime, but the artist-inspired sandwiches and salads at Orange Cafe + Art won't set you back more than a Hamilton. Located in the Design District, this corner eatery and gallery has a menu as colorful as the hand-painted oil canvases that adorn the orange and white walls. If you're craving a hearty salad, try the Gaudi ($9.75), served with a Mediterranean blend of fresh greens, tomato, palm hearts, fresh red peppers, avocado, black olives, and balsamic vinaigrette. The Frida Kahlo sandwich ($8.95 for a full, $5.60 for a half) is stacked with crisp bacon, avocado, lettuce, tomato, and spicy mayo. The Diego Rivera ($9.85 for a full, $6.20 for a half) brings roast beef, avocado, pico de gallo, lettuce, and mayo. All sandwiches come with a side of chips and Orange's special honey mustard sauce. But if you order a full size, you get to choose your bread: French baguette, whole wheat baguette, or wrap. With cash to spare, you'll want to save room for homemade chocolate chip, oatmeal raisin (69 cents each), or chocolate macadamia cookies ($1.62 each) and an iced caramel latte ($2.85 for medium, $3.85 for large).