Chug’s Diner is now closed for renovations & expansion!

We will re-open our doors at the same location, 3444 Main Highway in Coconut Grove in early 2021. Chug’s new space will feature a freshly crafted menu, providing Coconut Grove with the family diner we all loved and grew up with.

Follow us on social media for updates on the renovation and sneak peaks of our progress.

Be on the lookout for Chug’s and Pastelito Papi pop-ups at our sister properties Ariete, NavĂ© and The Taurus.

For catering special orders, please contact: [email protected]

Welcome to Chug’s

Have you ever experienced a Cuban household around Christmas time? You can smell the caja China roasting and hear Beny More or Celia Cruz’s greatest hits playing in the background. Typically, there is a table with four people yelling at each other and shouting “pollooonnnaaaa” while slamming dominoes on the table. More often than not, they laugh it off, play another game and do it all over again. People are drinking beer and wine while eating Cuban bread with red rind Gouda. It is a pretty glorious experience that instills a real sense of family, community and Cuban culture. My Name is Michael Beltran, but my friends know me as “Chug”. This is my little slice of home that I would love to share with you. So have a cortadito, a pastelito and maybe a croqueta or two. Take a seat, play dominoes, and enjoy the music. Most importantly, make yourself at home.

Open Everyday from 7am-8pm

Welcome to Chug’s

Have you ever experienced a Cuban household around Christmas time? You can smell the caja China roasting and hear Beny More or Celia Cruz’s greatest hits playing in the background. Typically, there is a table with four people yelling at each other and shouting “pollooonnnaaaa” while slamming dominoes on the table. More often than not, they laugh it off, play another game and do it all over again. People are drinking beer and wine while eating Cuban bread with red rind Gouda. It is a pretty glorious experience that instills a real sense of family, community and Cuban culture. My Name is Michael Beltran, but my friends know me as “Chug”. This is my little slice of home that I would love to share with you. So have a cortadito, a pastelito and maybe a croqueta or two. Take a seat, play dominoes, and enjoy the music. Most importantly, make yourself at home.

Open Everyday from 7am-8pm

Press

Miami New Times
Miami New Times
Eater: Miami
Eater: Miami
Timeout Miami
Timeout Miami
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