Most people know Morro Castle because they grew up going here with their parents. There’s nothing particularly inviting about the space or the neighborhood but word-of-mouth has done plenty to keep this place in business for decades. Prices still harken back to when it opened more than 50 years ago, with traditional Cuban standards like pan con lechon and pan con bistec clocking in from $3 to $6. The more things change, the more Morro Castle stays the same, boasting the same awning and exteriors, traditional Cuban menu and syrupy milkshakes locals have come to know.
|Venue name:||Morro Castle (Closed)|
2500 NW 7th St
|Cross street:||between 25th St and 26th St|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Fri 8:30am–midnight; Sat–Sun 8:30–1am|
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