Time Out says
Back in January, Key Biscayne residents got the awful news that Oasis had been badly damaged in a fire. Open for over 40 years, the cafe had been a staple in the neighborhood, offering great Cuban coffee, sandwiches, and a place to catch up with neighbors. Luckily, Oasis wasted no time getting back on its feet, and today it’s fully operational, still serving up some of the city’s best cafecitos and pastelitos. There’s more to the menu, of course -- tender lechon, crispy croquetas, and fresh juice -- but the quaint Oasis has always been loved more for its personality than anything coming out of the kitchen.
19 Harbor Dr
|Cross street:||at Crandon Blvd|
|Opening hours:||Daily 6am–9pm|
|Do you own this business?|