We decided to go to the Columbia Cafe by default because all the sports bars were too packed the night of the Lightning game. It is a nice place on the water. View is excellent. Service was good. Food was also very good but not "exciting". The queso fundido appetizer was pretty good, except for the price, meaning we expected more from both taste and quantity perspectives. At half the price it would have been worth it. The carafe of Sangria de Cava sangria prepared table side was well worth the price, containing sparkling wine, triple sec, brandy, simple syrup and lots of fruit. Spanish black bean soup was very good after we kicked up a notch with the Columbia hot sauce. We had the small version of the 1905 salad, and it was also very good for a side salad, with cheese and meat and a tangy dressing. The Cuban sandwich we shared had all the right stuff, i.e., Spanish pork, ham, salami, Swiss cheese, pickles and mustard on toasted and pressed Cuban bread, but unfortunately we had to send the first one back because it came out rather cold instead of hot pressed like it should be. The waitress apologized and quickly replaced it with a fresh, hot one. All in all it was a good meal experience. We ate indoors by the window with a great view of the water. Outdoor seating looked equally as appealing.