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Papi's Cuban & Caribbean Grill


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Lawrenceville:

911 Duluth Hwy

Lawrenceville, GA
30043
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770-237-8889

Tucker:

4349 Lawrenceville Hwy
Tucker, GA 30084
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770-414-1335

Midtown:

216 Ponce de Leon Ave
Atlanta, GA 30308

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404-607-1525

Kennesaw:

745 Chastain Rd
Kennesaw, GA
30144
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678-797-0502

Stockbridge:

1375 Rock Quarry
Stockbridge, GA
30281
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770-506-9664

Papi's Cuban & Caribbean Grill

You don't have to travel to Cuba or the Caribbean to experience the flavors that are indigenous to the tropics.

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Papi's brings all the essence of the South Seas to you, with attention to authenticity and an adherence to the recipes of generations.  Cuban cuisine is a fusion of Spanish, African and Caribbean cuisines.

 

This results in a unique, interesting and flavorful blend of the several different cultural influences.  Papi's takes this one step further with their family's special secret pork marinade. 
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Authentic Cuban Cuisine
  • Full Bar

  • Patio Dining

  • Catering

  • Free WiFi

  • Live Music
    (Fri & Sat)

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HOURS:
Mon - Thurs
11:00 AM - 9:00 PM

Fri - Sat
11:00 AM - 11:00 PM

Sunday
12 noon - 9:00 PM

Customer Reviews

Zagat.com Review:
"No wonder it is an Atlanta Journal pick. It is a gem. Food is really tasty and the portions are huge. Excellent take out spot! The sandwiches are huge and full of flavor. If you are in the area and want a quick bite, give Papi's a try, you won't regret it. Excellent!! Moving here from Florida, I wasn't expecting any good Cuban cuisine in ATL. This place is actually better than places in Miami and Tampa Bay. The Cuban sandwich is as good as the best I've had in St.Pete, FL (which was always better than Miami) and the ropa vieja, papas rellenas, plantains, red and black beans are to die for!"

Creative Loafing Review:
"As for the food: Folks this is the real thing. Everything we sampled from the menu was clearly made from scratch. Biting into a papa rellena, a mashed-potato ball filled with shredded beef, rolled in bread crumbs and deep-fried, I realized the papas rellenas I'd tried before were mere mockeries of this odd but delicious Cuban specialty. The crispy empanada was also heavenly. Papi's substitutes shredded pork marinated in its "secret recipe" mojo sauce. It's terrific: the sweet, smoky pork really stands in the hodgepodge of other ingredients on the sandwich. Another specialty is the hallaca, a Cuban take on the tamale. Bits of pork and spicy peppers stud the fragrant, steaming cornmeal filling."



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