If the food at Doce Provisions was only OK, we’d still probably come here to hang out on their back patio, which is one of the best places to have a beer outside in all of Little Havana. Luckily, the food is way more than that. Their arroz imperial is a sizzling bowl of rice and chicken buried underneath a blanket of cheese, which is our favorite kind of blanket. Order it if you’re here for dinner, and get some of the very good small plates too, like the charred brussels sprouts and vaca frita tostones.
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