Fatty’s is a Latin American place, and it’s decorated like a place you’d find near the beach. It’s the sort of neighborhood spot where you can hang out at a table and have some tiki drinks with friends while you figure out what you’re doing with your weekend, and we especially like it for brunch. You can come on a weekend morning and get some huevos rancheros, a cuban sandwich, and a dish called “Dominican Sunrise” that involves tostones, fried cheese, and a type of sausage called salchichón.
Fatty’s Café is permanently closed.
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