I love Miami and Cuban food. Can be a little intimidating since I don't speak Spanish, but I seem to do okay. I like larger coffees so order a Cafe Colada ($1.75; double espresso - usually shared by traditional Cubans so I get odd looks when I order it). Cuban style has a lot of sugar in it.
I also enjoy their Guava Pastries ($1 or so - 'pastelle de guyaba') and their Ham/Cheese Croquette (also $1 - small torpedo-shaped mixture of potato, ham, and cheese that has been fried and golden all over). Pastries are extremely flakey so while they're great, not so good for a plane as they are messy. Croquettes are wonderful to carry-aboard.
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