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.
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