Everything has been stripped from the modest room: the cash register, the refrigerators, the snow cone machine and the sign that once listed chile rellenos, tacos and tostadas, all priced at $1 per item. The place is definitely closed -- apparently the lines of bargain hunters weren't enough to keep it open.
So if you're hunting for cheap lunch in the area, you'll have to look elsewhere -- like Buchi Cafe Cubano, just two doors down.
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