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A Little Havana restaurant that GQ called one of the best new restaurants in America just gave us another reason to pop in - this time during daylight hours.

Cafe La Trova, the brainchild of Michelle and David Bernstein and Julio Cabrera, is adding a lunch menu starting May 28, and it will include what it calls a Three Course Express Lunch for $21.

You get to pick one item from each of three categories. First, choose one of the following: an empanada, a croqueta, a salad, queso frito or stewed garbanzos. (Guess what we’re going with?) For the main course, choose the Mi Cubana! sandwich, lechon con chicharrones or arroz con pollo. For dessert, you get flan or Michy’s Bread Pudding.

Not hungry enough for three courses? You can also order individual items a la carte.

Lunch is available at Cafe La Trova from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Happy hour runs from 4-7 p.m. daily.

Cafe La Trova

971 SW Eighth St, Miami

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