Brasserie Bárrio Latíno Cafe
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Brasserie Bárrio Latíno Cafe information
Occupying the busiest corner in town – and milking that for all it’s worth – this open-sided tropical brasserie has a large menu of international standards like sandwiches, burgers, pastas and meat dishes. It’s a popular breakfast spot for fresh pastries and the morning news from Paris. There’s a small bar that in addition to beer and alcoholic drinks mixes up smoothies and a delicious morir soñando (tasty combination of orange juice, milk, sugar and crushed ice).