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The name literally translates to "the Juice Palace." And this place is exactly that -- one of the best spots in town for fresh, natural juices. But it is also so much more. El Palacio de los Jugos is an open-air restaurant that features three main areas -- a juice bar, a sandwich counter, and a long, large hot-food area that serves kick-ass Cuban food as individual meals or by the pound. Prices tend to be low, even for seafood dishes like lobster. By far the most popular dish here is lech├│n asado ($7.99), served with congri and yuca or maduros. Pescado de aguja ($9.63), with yellow rice, is also extremely popular, as is pollo asado ($8.53), with yellow rice and boniato (fried sweet potato). Splurge on the lobster with yellow rice and two additional sides ($18). There are some tradeoffs, depending on your perspective: The Palace is always jam-packed, and it is usually packed with everyone from young couples to entire families toting screaming toddlers. But the food is fantastic and the prices can't be beat.
View our El Palacio de los Jugos slide show. Coroebus, a cook from the city of Elis, was the star of the first Olympics, held in 776 B.C. The original Oscar and Emmy respectively went to Wings (Best Picture) in 1927 and Shirley Dinsdale (Most... More »
This place was horrible, food was horrible rats are part of the building, manager was so rude, staff was horrible flyes where part of the place, this place should be closed down. ESTE LUGAR TENIA RATAS EN SU NEGOCIO ERAN PARTE DE LA FACHADA DEL EDIFICIO GERENTE HORRIBLE Y BULGAR Y LOS EMPLEADOS MALTRATAN LOS CLIENTES HORRIBLE Y NO RECOMIENDO ESTE LUGAR PARA NADA.
THIS BY FAR WAS THE WORST FOOD AND THE STAFF WAS RUDE AND THE FOOD WAS TERRIBLE, MANAGERS WHERE RUDE AND REFUSE TO HELP ME BECAUSE THE FOOD WAS TERRIBLE BY FAR I RATHER EAT AT BURGER KING. THIS PLACE SUCKS. THIS RESTAURANT HAS RATS AND FLYES IN THE RESTAURANTS AND THIS WAS SICK CUCARACHA IN THE RESTAURANT STAY AWAY FROM EL PALACIO DE LOS JUGOS EMPLOYEES HANDLE FOOD WITHOUT GLOVES FOOD HAD FLYIES OVER THEM. ESTE LUGAR ES HORRIBLE LA COMIDA MALICIMA Y LOS EMPLEADOS ARROGANTES CON LA ADMINISTRACION RATAS EN EL RESTAURANTES NO AVIA LIMPIESA SANITARIA NO TENIAN GUANTES LOS EMPLEADOS.
Jacques Pépin's choice for a final meal would be "a good piece of bread and some good butter." Ferran AdriÓ says he would ask for skillet-fried asparagus with olive oil and sea salt. Our ideal last supper involves indulging in anything our heart desires at El Palacio de los Jugos. We would begin with a batido from the jugo portion of the premises. Maybe coconut-mango-guanabana. No need to sweat calories. The juice counter also dishes out greasy, meaty chunks of chicharrones. Make it a d... More »
For more than two decades, lovers of the Cuban sandwich have made their way to the charming cafeteria on Flagler with the Spanish name that translates into the Palace of Juice. Covered in palm branches and bamboo, the cafeteria is famous for an infinite selection of freshly squeezed tropical fruit juices, but it also makes a hell of a Cuban sandwich. The dish isn't very complicated, so the trick is simply getting the best quality meats and cheeses in between a toasted Cuban loaf. And El... More »
One word: atmosphere. Rumble your way to the counter for a jugo. Feel the ice-cold, fresh-fruit flavor -- papaya, cantaloupe, pi˝a colada, orange-carrot, guanabana -- roll down your throat. But then take a look at your mixers -- the rice and beans, roasted half-chickens, and flans -- and head to the back to enjoy it all. Yeah, you'll likely consume some exhaust fumes with your ice-cold strawberry juice and tamale, but the light Cuban music and chatter will calm your soul and soothe your taste bu... More »
Chicken slow-roasted the Cuban way, with just the right touch of salt, pepper, and maybe a little mojo, is not that hard to find in Miami. But try to find better than here for the price: two dollars for a large breast with wing attached. Pick up a carton of moros and a bag of tostones and the family is well-fed for about ten bucks. But while you're here at the juice palace, have a look around. This place may have begun as a little roadside juice stand, but it's now a major Latino marketplace... More »
El Palacio doesn't look like a palace, but then your body doesn't really resemble a temple. At this rustic little produce market, you can juice up en estilo muy Miamiense. The menu includes squeezings from a spectrum of tropical fruits, including maracuya (passion fruit), tamarindo (tamarind), guanábana (soursop), papaya, mamey, and guayaba (guava). Also available: melón (cantaloupe), sandía (watermelon), coco (coconut), naranja (orange), and manzana (apple). The... More »
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