- $13 for $20 worth of Spanish-Cuban cuisine for two or more
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La Giraldilla Restaurant
For the Vilariño clan, Spanish-Cuban cuisine is more than just delicious—it's a way to nourish the roots of their family tree. Raised in Cuba by Spanish parents, the Vilariños moved to South Florida in 1980. By opening La Giraldilla Restaurant, they began an ongoing celebration of their heritage that's inspired nostalgia in those familiar with the cuisine, and made lifelong Cuban-Spanish food fans out of new eaters.
In a dining room bordered by floor-to-ceiling windows and sky-blue murals, visitors chow down on tropical grilled chicken, shrimp and lobster enchiladas, breaded steak, and fried pork. Chefs make three square meals a day, and even craft mouthwatering desserts, such as churros with hot chocolate.