Barbecue isn’t the only thing to get at this homey joint—you’ll want to grab some of the family-run restaurant’s Cuban food alongside your brisket or shredded beef–stuffed baked potato. Just know that the Cuban dishes are off-menu items, often found only in unmarked steam trays or listed on pieces of paper stapled to the wall next to the long line of customers. Order a Cuban pressed sandwich with two kinds of pork, cheese, mustard, and pickles, or the rice and black beans as a side. Feeling ravenous? You can also order the Texas Challenge: a double baked potato loaded with six pounds of sausage and barbecue for $34.95.