You don't have to be Cuban to enjoy what their cuisine has to offer. Whether you opt for the traditional Cuban sandwich, the popular mojo pork, the necessary black beans and rice, ropa vieja and other tasty staples such as the decadent pastelitos, you can't go wrong.
Havana Harry's takes choices to a new level with fresh ingredients and a host of tempting choices, while old favorites such as The Floridian have been winning awards - and tempting palates - with a host of sandwiches and sides since they opened in 1993. Another favorite is Tangelo's Grille where you can pick up an array of tasty brunch options along with Cuban staples.
A not-to-be-missed hole-in-the-wall favorite is Barracuda where you'll find an array of selections including sweet cakes and pastries. Downtown St Pete is where you'll find the ever - popular Bodega, which has been dishing up favorites to locals and visitors alike since 2013.
Then, of course, Columbia restaurants, in several locations are always a top choice.