Tinta y Cafe
Miami, FL 33130
Miami New Times' Description
Miami Cuban café meets bohemian coffeehouse at Tinta y Café. A window outside dispenses Cuban coffee, pastelitos, and croquetas to sleepy 9-to-5 workers in need of a jolt en route to the office. Inside, mismatched couches and bookshelves re-create a living room where you can read or work while sipping coffee or eating lunch. The menu is predominantly sandwiches and salads; most items are priced under $10. One favorite is the namesake Tinta y Café ($10.25 regular, $6.25 mini), made of prosciutto topped with pulled pork and caramelized onions pressed between baguette slices. Another is la noche entera - whose name is a play on the popular Cuban medianoche - a combo of ham, pork, cheese, pickles, and mustard on a sweet roll. Other Cuban classics include tamales and a self-proclaimed "homemade and wicked" flan. The croquetas are also a treat. Plus there's delivery.
Tips from foursquare
I've tried a lot of the items on their menu and so far I've liked everything. Great prices and great customer service!
Iced cafe con leche is my amazing
Coffee "El Pecado" is to die for!
Café con leche is amazing.
Best eggs in town!!!! Amazing chicken croquettas.
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