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Rincon Escondido Café

2697 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami, FL 33137
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This teeny, tiny little Spanish outpost in Edgewater earns its moniker (Rincon Escondido, roughly translated, means secret corner). Tucked away in a strip mall, they serve up tasty tapas and Spanish wine at budget-friendly prices. From various montaditos to tortilla Dde patatas to jamón serrano -- they have lots of Spanish favorites, plus more unexpected options like pulpo a la gallega (octopus in spicy paprika) and pate de foie-gras con peras (foie gras pate with pears). Don't hold back - order away. At these prices, you can afford it.

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