With ten locations throughout Miami, you are most likely never too far from a Palacio de los Jugos, which is good news for anyone in need of a lot of Cuban food. You’ll get just that here, where everything is served cafeteria-style with large scoops of arroz con pollo, fried pork chunks, and ropa vieja. There are also a ton of pastries, desserts, and juice - which happen to make outstanding cocktail mixers, so bring home a few extra bottles for the weekend.
El Palacio De Los Jugos is permanently closed.
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