Don't be put off by the nondescript exterior of this cafe. They serve some baked goods and sandwiches. But I came just for the Cuban coffee. I ordered a double shot of that coffee. I spoke Spanish with the lady behind the counter, as she spoke no English. Apparently there is a Cuban enclave living in the area. There was a handful of other customers who walked in while I sipped my coffee. Some of them spoke to each other in English, some spoke to others in Spanish. Neat but simple place.
And that double shot of Cuban coffee was delicious. And so cheap!
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