Thanks to a big renovation and expansion, Chug’s is better than ever, and feels like a completely new restaurant. The Cuban spot has the DNA of a classic diner, with booths, counter seating, and laminated menus you can flip through on each table. It’s a great call for breakfast or brunch, but it’s also lively enough for a weekend dinner (especially since their cocktails are so good). The excellent food is familiar, mostly Cuban dishes and some great sandwiches. But there are plenty of unique twists along the way, like medianoche pierogis filled with ham and lechón, an incredibly flavorful meatloaf, and dessert that should be mandatory to order. But you can also keep it simple and just get the Chug burger, which is hands-down one of Miami’s best burgers.