It’s difficult to miss what is likely the city’s tiniest restaurant—the place seats a dozen or so comfortably. Look for the bright blue exterior with the words “Puertorrican Restaurant” painted above the entrance. Tex Chick has been dishing family-style Puerto Rican food since the 1970s. Amid the snug setting and aroma of onions cooking in the pint-size kitchen, a visit is almost like eating at someone’s house. The classic island-style preparations of fried pork cubes, steak and onions, and stewed chicken served with sides of rice, beans, plantains, and mofongo will satisfy your Caribbean longings.