Named after Chef Eileen Andrade’s (Finka Table & Tap) grandmother—who founded local favorite Islas Canarias with her husband—a meal here is like venturing to your very own Abuela’s house. The cozy Cuban diner is decked in vintage accents and features a huge counter at its center, similar to the one Amelia commanded at her husband’s restaurant in Cuba. While still Cuban-inspired, the menu draws from Korean and Peruvian cuisines. Don’t be surprised to find your Cubano stuffed with pulled pork cheeks and your tater tots drizzled with Peru’s signature aji amarillo sauce.
|Venue name:||Amelia's 1931|
13601 SW 26th St
|Opening hours:||Daily 11am–10pm|
|Transport:||Bus 24, 51|
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