Avocado toast on pan cubano? Yes, please


THE PLACE: Old Station Cafe is bringing that Miami flair to Calle Ocho without those Miami prices. The colorful patio is hard to miss and their food is hard to resist. The guac toast (just $4.50) is served on Cuban bread with all the fixings, their pan con lechon ($5) is slow-roasted overnight, and if you have room for dessert, prepare to have your cafecito, and eat it, too.     

QUOTABLE: “We’re trying to bring affordable meals to the locals, just like Abuelita makes at home,” says co-owner Tommy Iglesias.

Stop by Old Station Cafe for the food and stay for the selfies.