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El Bajareque


278 NW 36th St, Miami
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Before Wynwood was Wynwood, it was a predominantly Puerto Rican neighborhood known as Little San Juan, and El Bajareque is one of the last reminders of that. This place has been around for more than 40 years and it feels like little has changed since then. It’s a small spot with some tables and countertop seating. You might hear laughter coming from the kitchen and the staff will probably address at least three customers by name while you’re there. The food is mostly familiar Puerto Rican classics like mofongo, chicharrones de pollo, and alcapurrias - order all three if you have a hungry eating partner or just want a ton of leftovers.

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