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  • Adelita

    Adelita's Cafe

    2699 Biscayne Blvd. Miami, FL 33137
    305-576-1262

    http://www.adelitascafe.com Honduran cuisine is far from sophisticated, but the homey renditions at this café/market are a strong reminder that sometimes the simplest eating is the most satisfying. Numerous generically Latin American items -- like the ever-present churrasco -- are available, but much of the menu is a Honduras Greatest Hits list for curious foodies. Must-haves include baleadas, thick homemade flour tortillas filled with full-flavor refried beans plus two cheeses and topped with a healthy heap of shredded cabbage salad and fresh chimol salsa; and sopa de caracol, a coconut milk-enriched seafood soup packed with shrimp, conch, fish, and shell-on crab. Admittedly Adelita's exterior is a bit forbidding, but the two rooms inside have the friendly, festive feel of a well-loved neighborhood hangout, and the hours (early morning to late night, daily) as well as the prices are user-friendly; spending more than 10 bucks per person would be a struggle. More >>

  • Al's Coffee Shop

    2121 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables, FL 33134
    305-461-5919

    http://www.myspace.com/31482375 Yes, there is a real restaurant hidden behind the impulse items of a train station newsstand. You'll find only a table or two, which may already be taken by local cops or blue-collar worker bees, but this isn't really a place in which you sit and linger. It's an itty bitty shop tucked in the lobby of a BankAtlantic building. It lacks any shred of ambiance, unless convenience-store-chic is your style. For such a small place, it offers a large menu that includes salads, sandwiches, burgers, steak, and fajitas. Some of the best dishes are breakfast items such as a croqueta sandwich ($3.65) and omelet ($4.95 to $5.49). But we recommend you get the eats to-go -- no reason to feel claustrophobic while slurping a chicken noodle soup. More >>

  • Alaska Coffee Roasting Co.

    Alaska Coffee Roasting Co.

    13130 Biscayne Blvd. North Miami, FL 33181
    786-332-4254

    http://www.alaskacoffeeroasting.com Fairbanks, Alaska, and Miami aren't exactly sister cities. One's hot, one's cold. One's north, one's south. But coffee is the universal unifier -- hence the popularity of Alaska Coffee Co. This Biscayne Blvd. coffee shop and cafe serves up house-roasted beverages, plus sandwiches, pizzas, baked foods, soups and all kinds of other homemade goodies. It's a breath of fresh air from a city with one too many Starbucks. More >>

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