Old school Cuban restaurant/bakery/cultural center/community hub.

What we had:

We split the Versailles special and the midnight sandwich with a side of fries.

Versailles Special
A Cuban sandwich (thin-sliced ham, roasted pork, swiss cheese, mustard and pickles on crusty Cuban bread) with fresh chorizo added.

Media Noche

A Cuban sandwich on sweet bread. The Versailles was great, but this sandwich is where it's at. Versailles created the original, and there's a reason they are still known for it. Hands down the best Media Noche bread I've had to date. And the pork, oh the pork. Don't get me started... Suffice it to say, we've had a lot of Cuban sandwiches and this now tops the list.


Old school decorated mirrors and Formica tables. The waitstaff was also decked out in old school attire: forest green cotton poly tight-fitted uniform shirts and pants for the women, green vests over white button downs for the men.


Courteous and prompt with anyone passing near pitching in to clear the table, refill drinks, etc.

Overall impressions:

There's a reason this place is still around and still packed on a Friday night. It's good and they take care to prepare good Cuban food for good prices.


4 out of 5 salamanders

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