Dining review

Candy crush: Tiny, eccentric Jimmie's Cafe shares space with chocolate shop

 <span class="cutline_leadin">Jimmie’s:</span> All desserts include chocolate.
Jimmie’s: All desserts include chocolate.


Founded in 1947, tiny, eccentric Jimmie’s Chocolates branched out with a cafe in 2005 and last year expanded its patio.

Co-owner Rob Granado and his brother Benjamin Candelaria are the chefs, and the menu reflects their love of old-fashioned Continental cuisine and their New York/Puerto Rican background. We don’t know many South Florida restaurants where you can order a New York strip steak ($21) and have arroz con grandules — rice and pigeon peas — on the side. (Also out of the ordinary: the friendly, professional service.)

Read the review at Sun-Sentinel.com.

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