Over the years, Miami has been shaped by many cultures, especially by the Cuban one because of its proximity. Well, the Versailles Restaurant opened in Miami in 1971 to bring the Cuban cuisine and culture to South Florida and its community. With a 275 seat dining room, this place serves a daily breakfast that includes a strong and sweet Cuban coffee (late or espresso). Also, the options for the main course vary between the famous Cuban sandwiches and chicken, pork or meat, with sweet plantains and black beans on the side. When visiting this restaurant, make sure to come feeling hungry because the options will definitely fill you up.
Open Monday through Thursday from 8 am to 1 am, Friday and Saturday until 2:30 am and Sunday from 9 am to 1:00 am, this Cuban spot will offer you the perfect opportunity to gather with friends and family while having a delicious meal.
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