Miami Cafe Brings a Little Bit of Cuba to the Newhall Farmers Market

Potato ball

Yes, we have no Porto’s, but there’s a new ventanita open at the Old Town Newhall Farmers Market.

Miami Cafe is a new(ish) stand that’s been serving up Cuban sandwiches, papa rellenas (potato balls), pastelitos (guava and cheese turnovers) and flan for the past three weeks at the Saturday farmers’ market. It’s proven to be quite a hit with the shoppers as nearly everything’s sold out by 10:30 a.m.

This morning, we hit up the market by 9 a.m. and had first dibs on their offerings, which also included ham croquettes this week.

The items were reasonably priced with the papa rellenas running $1.50 each, the croquettes at $1.25 and the flan at $4.25. The Cubano sandwich costs $12.

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