Cuisine: Cuban, Latin
Price Range: $
Opened in 1962, no-frills Puerto Sagua is a long-standing institution in South Beach, where restaurants come and go with frequency. This one has continued to please the fickle masses with traditional... Read More
Opened in 1962, no-frills Puerto Sagua is a long-standing institution in South Beach, where restaurants come and go with frequency. This one has continued to please the fickle masses with traditional Cuban comfort food and decor that is fuss-free, with the exception of its awesome murals of Cuba street life. Native Cubans and South Beach residents who miss the days when the Beach was home to dozens of counters and cafeterias savor authentic shrimp in garlic sauce, fried plantains and grilled Cuban sandwiches stuffed with ham, pork and cheese. Late hours also make Puerto Sagua a perfect stop-off after a show or a night of club-hopping, when a medianoche or Cuban sandwich is the perfect antidote to too many cocktails.
700 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33139
- Cuban: "Don't come here expecting to get some laptop work done while you enjoy your Lechon. No wifi service, but that's because they want you to relax and focus on their amazing food."
- Best for Cuban Because: Puerto Sagua is known for its laid back service and delicious, traditional Cuban comfort food. Its colorful murals of Cuba add to the ambiance.
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