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Hard Grove Cafe

Classic Cuban food meets American Bistro. Large glasses of house wine are served alongside plantains. Full dinners and sandwiches. Rich, bold coffee comes with breakfast.

319 Grove St

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2 Reviews:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hard Grove Cafe used to be the cheap place for a quick bit of homemade style food. For this, it was great. But since its makeover, the prices have doubled and in some cases tripled and the food has not improved. The service is even worse. They haven't been able to bring the right order anytime in the last six months.

Stay away from the breakfast burritos-- for the same price you get one twice as big at Beachwood.

March 30, 2007 10:02 AM  
Anonymous AP said...

Pretty good food, I would have enjoyed it more had it not been overpriced. Beers cost more than they should also. I have had better Mojitos elsewhere.

February 25, 2008 2:00 PM  

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