Morro started out as a drive-in restaurant complete with carhop service. The carhops are gone, but the tradition of eating outside continues, there is no inside seating at Morro. The restaurant is popular for its freshly made churros, crispy fried cylinders of dough lightly sprinkled with sugar. When temperatures in Miami plummet to as low as 50 degrees, you will find the locals huddled at tables under the big green awning sipping thick hot chocolate and dunking their churros.
The first choice for fritas for many Little Havana denizens. Morro's versions of the Cuban sandwich and pan con bistec are among the best in Miami.
HOURS: Daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner
ATMOSPHERE: Very casual
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