Over 20 varieties of palm-friendly cakes and icings (a number of which are vegan). Whether you're having a party and want some variety and no mess or you just want a little snack for yourself. Saint Cupcake is the place to go.
Fillet mignon for dinner, a light salmon salad for lunch. This is where the well-heeled gentry (rich old folks) eat, served in a bright, airy dining room. Papa Haydn is especially well-known for amazing desserts, so if you're on a budget, eat someplace cheap then swoop in for dessert.
Housed in a building painted in colorful Cuban style, Pambiche is good, fun, and justifiably popular. This Cuban/Latin NE hotspot does a lot with its menu, from tostones and empanadas to roast pork and prawns and a few items for the non-meat eater. They may not have liquor, but they get quite creative with their tropical drinks (including the refreshing Palm Beach Cooler, with white wine and mint), which pair nicely with the spicy cuisine. Save room for a little after dinner sweetness, because their desserts are not to be missed.