The name of this cafe comes from the distance between Key West and Cuba—the distance the Gonzalez family traveled in a shrimp boat in 1980 to build a new life. At their eatery, they perfect staples from their homeland: Cuban sandwiches crammed with tender pork and ham; succulent steak topped with chimichurri; and shrimp paired with black beans. Even coffee comes La Isla Grande-style—with sweetened espresso and a dollop of steamed leche.
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90 Miles Cuban Cafe - Roscoe Village
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