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July 28, 2010
From journal Miami Spice - Isn't Cruising Nice
May 19, 2005
David's Cafe is open 24 hours and serves homestyle Cuban food to families, locals, tourists, and the post-clubbing crowd. There's a small, casual cafe to one side that caters more to the local older men, but this only seats about six people on barstools, so space is limited. It's best just to order To-Go here. Most tourists opt to sit in the bigger cafe (on the right), with regular tables and chairs, and plenty of room.
They have an all-you-can-eat lunch buffet for just $7.50, great breakfast foods, dinners and super-strong Cuban coffee. Heaven !!
Some of the dishes I've had include the Cuban-style scrambled eggs with spicy salsa added; Arroz con Pollo, black beans and rice; and don't forget a side order of plantains (squishy fried banana pieces). Nothing will cost more than $15.
There's no outside dining, but this cafe is ever-popular.
From journal GIRLS GONE WILD in South Beach
November 5, 2004
Ask for a token to use the restroom. Credit cards are accepted.
From journal MIA - SoBe - South Beach