by Rick Munarriz - 406 Reviews - 155 List
There's no liquor involved, but the sugary sweet-bean water packs a caffeinated wallop. A cafecito is a staple at every Cuban eatery, supermarket or bakery. Most of the time, you don't even need to walk inside, as window counters are available to dispense the Cuban octane. Here is where to sip the best ones in style.
Updated: November 07, 2007
Caffeinated blasts power the tile-turning locals at this domino-playing park. Where's the Latin java breweing? Everywhere. You're in Little Havana! There are a half-dozen places within a block serving the stuff, or find a player with a colada (i.e. - large cafecito, accompanied by small plastic cups) willing to share.