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Spot the six-foot rooster guarding the entrance and you've found the right spot. While less than memorable on the inside, this Little Havana mainstay serves up a sweet, steamy café con leche you won't soon forget. Don't expect a palace. Authentic Cuban cuisine and posters of a Havana-gone-by are the way of El Pub. Stick with Cuban stand-bys like fried plantains ($2.85), ham croquettes ($.60) and Cuban sammies ($5.95). Sip your cafecito, speak some Spanglish to the locals and revel in an experience you won't find in any other American city.
The container is always the same: a small styrofoam cup with tight-fitting white plastic lid. The recipe doesn't vary much either: generally Bustelo-brand espresso in a 50/50 mix with steamed milk. Plus lots of sugar. It will come as sweet as candy unless you plead, over and over again, for no sugar. And then it will still come sweetened. Try saying it in Spanish: café con leche SIN AZUCAR, por favor. Three or four times. That usually works. But we digress. Point is, once you've seen... More »
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