This small Venezuelan spot in South Miami has been around for a long time, and it’s the kind of place where regulars are greeted with a confirmation of their coffee order. You can sit inside and enjoy an arepa or cachapa under the '90s Venezuelan travel posters or eat outside while watching stylish puppies strut out of the pet grooming store next door. They sell an assortment of cakes, guayanés cheese by the pound, and serve breakfast and lunch. They also have a special catering menu during the holidays, including hallacas.
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