This local institution has been serving tasty Cuban and Puerto Rican food in a family setting for a half-century. The menu is extensive, and portions are large. It includes dozens of steak and chop selections, paella and stuffed mofongo, asopao and roast pig, and all sorts of fresh fish and seafood options. All come with local side dishes like rice and black beans, sautéed yucca and tostones. If you have trouble deciding from among all the options, try the Fiesta Cubano, which is a selection of traditional island dishes: congri, tamale, pork, cassava, Latin pot roast, and shredded beef. On Sunday afternoon, Puerto Rican families in their Sunday best usually fill the dining room for celebrations of all sorts. The atmosphere, tasty home-style Latin cooking and low prices all harken back to a delicious past.