Lunch and people watching in a St Armand's circle landmark; it doesn't get much better than here. The pitcher of sangria made table side went down like a tasty punch. The Cuban bread with flavory butter was a good start. Stuffed peppers for the appetizer; yes, get them. My son and I got the paella and it was delicious and plentiful. The wife got Mahi Mahi and loved it (lots of it too). And churos to finish us off. I say finish because we were painfully full, but man, those churos were good. Price wise, they aren't bad, definitely on par with all of the other restaurants in the area. And then you can venture next door and pick up a nice cigar.
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