The place itself is old and rustic, which gives it an unique environment. The food is great, and fresh. What really sold this place was the pictures and the history that branded Pepe's. The room felt a bit cramped but it wasn't to bad.
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After reading reviews, I decided to visit the cafe. Unfortunately I had a rude waitress...from start to finish...very cute. I asked about a limited quantity dish...I think Frittata but they didn't have any. I decided to order an custom omlet instead. Apparently you could only...More
The potato pancakes were so fluffy and tasty they melted in my mouth! And that was just my side dish! Everything else was great too. I loved my server and I wish I could remember her name. Really sweet. And the owner/manager, was very nice...More
Went for breakfast, Had the yogurt, fruit and granola apx $12. with there bread of the day $3.50. The salmon and lox look beautiful and were good. Everyone like there meals. They do a lot of business for breakfast. Indoor/outdoor seating. Service spot on. It...More
Stopped in hear for dinner from recommendations from the locals. The service is excellent and they really make you feel right at home. Waitress was knowledgeable on the menus and specials. I ordered the bacon wrapped scallops on grits. It was perhaps the best dish...More
Great menu with some authentic Cuban dishes. The staff was very nice and the prices were mid range and about what you would expect.