The owners of this downtown lunch spot are committed to making the space friendly, tasty, and welcoming. I stopped in today, between snow storms, to grab a bite and try out their coffee. I'm happy to report that both are wonderful!
Unfortunately, the sandwich, (El Caney - pork, avocado, cheese, mustard, and the ever-present mojo sauce) disappeared before I even thought about taking a photo. My after-lunch Café Cubano and Mantecaditos, however, stayed around for a few minutes.
While I was enjoying the afterglow of my repast, the owner came in and spoke with one of the guests, obviously a friend. I caught the pic below just because the hat, stance, and background decoration so perfectly captures the ambiance of this eatery.
If you're in the downtown area between 11 & 3 on a weekday (closed Mondays), you owe it to yourself to try it out. I'm going to bring the Lovely Bride here on a Sunday for brunch and see if I can tear her away from our usual breakfast-y haunts. I'll report back here and let you know how it goes.