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This beloved Cuban restaurant features two Cuban immigrants in the kitchen, Vivan Baquero and Maricela Calcines Naranjo, whose love of food is obvious in their delicious, authentic dishes. The hosts, Julio and Mario, make you feel at home, and the staff performs lives music and other acts Wednesday through Sunday while you nosh on vaca frita, sopa de pollo and an excellent El Cubano sandwich.