The Three Guys from Miami

Even though I was only supposed to be in DC for one complete day staying at my buddy Bill Ardolino’s place, I knew that if I didnt have my morning cafecito cubano that I’d be walking around the Nation’s Capitol like a zombie. So, I took the liberty of sending Bill a cafetera and a pound of Cafe Bustelo, because, you know, I need my morning cafecito no matter where Im at.

The same thing goes for Cuban food. First thing I ate when I got home was a huge plate of arroz con pollo. I just cant live without my comida criolla. There’s just something about the aroma of a Cuban kitchen.

Ziva posted about the Three Guys from Miami and their new cookbook “Celebrate Cuban” the other day and as luck would have it, if you happen to be in Miami this weekend, you’ll be able to get your own copy, autographed by the three Cuban Culinary Masters from Miami.


On Saturday, the Three Guys will have a book signing at 2:00 PM at Sentir Cubano (With artist Tony Mendoza)

3100 SW 8th St.
Miami, FL 33135 305-644-8870
(Four blocks east of Versailles Restaurant.)

And on Sunday, they’ll be at the Red/Bird Shopping plaza at 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM at Walgreen’s, Red Bird Shopping Center

5731 Bird Rd
Miami, FL 33155 305-666-3393
(Corner of Bird and Red, behind the Red Bird Citgo Station.)

So, if you’re in Miami, do yourselves a favor and swing by either of these events. You’ll not only get your own signed copy of “Celebrate Cuban”, but you’ll meet three really cool cats and very good friends of mine. And as I’ve said before, get two copies. You’ll want a working copy in the kitchen and a conversation copy on your living room coffee table.

Celebrate Cuban.

2 thoughts on “The Three Guys from Miami”

  1. When in Rome, do as the Romans do. I wish we had good Cuban cafcito up here in NYC.

    Hey, if you really wanted some Cuban coffee in DC you couldv’e knocked on the door of the Cuban Interest section, I bet they have some good stuff there. JUST KIDDING!

  2. I’m sure the Cuban Interest section in D.C. has great Cuban coffee and other great stuff! In the meantime, the Cuban people on the Island drink cafecito ala claro.

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