$20 for Five Days of Prepared Cuban and Latin Meals from Kendall Latin Food ($40 Value)

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One entree—such as pork fricassee or palomilla steak—served with three sides every day from Monday through Friday

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Expires 120 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Dine-in and pick-up only. Must order the week before by Friday. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Having meals cooked for you frees up time for other kitchen tasks, such as cleaning out the refrigerator or milking the tiny cows that live under the sink. Save precious time with this Groupon.

$20 for Five Days of Prepared Latin Meals ($40 Value)

Customers receive one entree and three sides every day from Monday through Friday, between 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Entrees include Cuban specialties such as pork fricassee, sauteed shredded beef in garlic, and palomilla steak, while side dishes include chicken noodle soup and fried plantains.

Kendall Latin Food

Back in the day, as customers trudged out of Home Depot—arms laden with buckets of paint for repainting the dining room or wooden planks for transforming their bike into a pirate ship—they would catch a whiff of sizzling steak. The source of the enticing aroma was the Kendall Latin Food stand, a cheerful little shack that sat directly adjacent to the Home Depot front entrance. Inside, servers whipped up Cuban-style sandwiches—delicious towers of crunchy bread and tender steak.

As word of the food stand spread across town, the demand for these sandwiches became too much for the tiny kitchen to handle. The chefs packed up their pans and moved to their own restaurant location, where they continue to whip up Cuban sandwiches and Latin specialties to this day. Each day, they pack their front counter with a colorful array of more than two dozen dishes, such as juicy ropa vieja beef, tangy imperial rice, and sweet bread pudding. Diners can pick out freshly made items by the pound, or opt for a daily meal plan to sample a new dish each day of the week.