Drive-thru windows are great. There's only one problem: These stay-in-your-car-while-you-purchase-something services are generally found only at fast-food chains or pharmacies. And while picking up a prescription in your jammies when you're sick is nice, it's even nicer to pick up a scorching bowl of sopa de pollo. That's where Sergio's comes in. Unless you've been living under a rock since 1975 when Sergio's was established, you know the family-owned Cuban joint and its ham croquetas. Fast-forward 30 years, and they're making dreams of pan con bistec and fritas on the fly come true with the first-ever Sergio's drive-thru. Etiquette here is the same as anywhere else — pull up, place your order, pull up some more, pick up food, and then fight the urge to eat said food till you get home. If you want to make things even speedier, you can call ahead to place your order as long as you know what your stomach desires (the whole menu is up for grabs). So next time you're craving vaca frita ($12.45), masas de puerco ($11.95), lechón asado ($10.50), or any other Cuban classics and don't feel like going out for a sit-down meal, drive up to Sergio's ventanita.