Pick-Up or Delivery
The staple of all Cuban coffees. Sweetened with pure cane sugar, while brewed, creating a creamy, whipped, caramelized foam, better known as espuma [es-pu-ma] or espumita [es-pu-mee-tah].
A cafecito with a splash of steamed milk (3:1). Perfect for the Cuban espresso lover that wants a cafecito slightly cut with a hint of creamy goodness.
Simply, a cafecito made for sharing. 4-5 shots of cafecito in one cup, accompanied by several thimble-sized shot cups, to be distributed to your favorite people, or just to people you might want to know.
Café con Leche
kah-fe kawn le-che]
Translation: coffee and milk. This popular Cuban classic is so much more than the typical latte. It’s the perfect blend (1:3) of sweet Cuban espresso, and steamed milk. And, if you want the true Cuban breakfast experience, order it with a tostada (pressed Cuban bread with butter), and dunk that tostada in your café con leche – absolutely delicious!
Cuban Breakfast Sandwich
Ham, Bacon or Mojo Pork
Pastelitos / Cuban Pastries
Pan Con Bistec
Add Swiss Cheese
Celia’s Cuban Flan
Key Lime Pie
Key Lime Pie on a Stick
Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie
Brewed Mango Iced Tea
Materva, Iron Beer, Jupiña.
Cigar City Jai Alai
Rusty Bull Cuban Lager
By the Glass
Truth? We’re transplants from Miami. Moved to Charleston on a great adventure. And we love everything about this great food city. Oftentimes though, wandering King Street and looking for a quick bite, we would ask each other, “Wouldn’t a good Cuban sandwich and a cafecito be perfect right now?” A lot more thought and many, many months later, here it is.
Our adventure – Cafecito, The Little Cuban Café.
Arsenio – our abuelo, and The Cafecito King.
A simple, changing menu of Cafecito favorites. Traditional Cuban sandwiches and sometimes a twist. Delicate pastries and hearty empanadas. Creamy flans or a slice of Key Lime Pie – a nod to our Key West Cuban roots. We’ll share our family classics, as we learn what you love, and you discover our authentic Cuban delights.
This will be the history and tradition of Cafecito, The Little Cuban Café.