Enriqueta’s is one of the best old-school Cuban spots in Miami. The casual restaurant is on the outskirts of Wynwood, sitting comically close to a high-rise apartment that probably wasn’t able to successfully negotiate for Enriqueta’s lot. This is good news for us since we can still come here for a great and incredibly affordable breakfast consisting of some combination of eggs, ham, croquetas, and toast. If you don’t make it here until lunch, focus on the massive sandwich selection, featuring everything from a very solid pan con bistec to options with croquetas and tostones.
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