|Grilled dry-aged New York strip with chimichurri; Image via Facebook|
Beside walls painted with colorful murals of Havana street scenes, diners can partake in small plates that include island classics like plantain chips, ceviches and empanadas (perhaps a worthy competitor for those at 943?) and sandwiches - the infamous Cubano is definitely on the list, as is a manchego-topped veggie burger ($7-$14).
Entrees are more ambitious: those who’ve already done their swimming for the day can chow down on a platter of oven-roasted suckling pig or slurp up a grand bowl of sopa de mariscos, a Latin-style cioppino with shrimp, fish, octopus and mussels in a spicy broth ($18-$26). Hours for the month of May are 11 AM-11 PM, Monday-Thursday, 11 AM-midnight, Friday-Saturday and 11 AM-9 PM on Sundays.
1031 Germantown Ave.; 215-600-2583