Almost as famous locally as its palatial namesake is in France, Versailles is a kitschy Cuban diner with wall-to-wall mirrors, a constant buzz and an unabridged menu featuring every dish going. Not to everybody’s taste, but a local legend and definitely worth a visit. Here's a tip from us for coffee lovers: Order a Cuban coffee or cortadito at the counter. Come 3pm (or 3:05pm if you adhere to Miami’s official coffee break) the counter is brimming with folks waiting on the latter, an espresso with a little milk, which Versailles makes using evaporated milk for a true, authentic taste.
3555 Calle Ocho (SW 8th Street)
|Cross street:||at SW 35th Avenue|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Thu 8am–1am, Fri 8am–2.30am, Sat 8am–3.30am, Sun 9am–1am|
|Transport:||Bus 8, 37, 42|
|Price:||Main courses $6-$26|