Unfortunately, I could only rate the Cafe Alcazar an average as the food was over priced and only so-so. I had the Escargot ( at $10.95) which was O.K. - not in the shell. To follow that up, I had a Greek Salad ($11.95) which had no anchovies! What's a Greek salad if there are no anchovies? It did have stuffed grape leaves on it, which I've never heard of on a Greek salad and to me seemed "out of place". So basically I had average snails and a salad for $23.00 plus tip. The service was very good however and the atmosphere was different. The cafe is located inside the Lightner Museum around the backside, below. Seating is in what use to be the world's largest indoor saltwater swimming pool - I believe this was constructed in 1889.