Food is quite average, but the bar is worth a visit for its Coca Cola memorabilia (in 1886 Coca Cola was invented).
This restaurant is located in a quieter part of town, right next to Conzatti park. They've got a good variety of well-priced food, ranging from Mexican to hamburgers and french fries (what else can you ask from a place known as the coca-cola museum?). Worth...More
Is Coca-Cola a great American icon? Or a spearhead of neo-colonial penetration? Either way this place gives the cliché “hidden gem” new meaning. They had me at the sandwich board sign. Starved, with our intended breakfast spot closed . . . it was any port...More