Naming something after a great person is a way to show major respect, whether it's a city, a scholarship fund, or the very Bahamian Diet shake that gave Dick Gregory his legendary bod. Eat comfort food named after the owner's loved ones at Café Hortensia.
Taking the place of the grand opening/grand closing Bistro 57, Hortensia's breakfast and lunch meals're all named after friends and fam of proprietor Wanda Knight, who's turned the white tablecloths black and given the joint a homestyle feel by decking the long banquette with knitted couch pillows, also what Tim can currently give you a fantastic deal on at the local Sleepy's...he's the manager! B'fast includes the three-egg scrambled "Mitzi" w/ onion, green peps, 'shrooms, home-fried potatoes, and meat, the ham/ sausage/ spinach/ tomato "Eduardo" omelet, or the "Hortense": eggs, onions, peppers, tomatoes, bacon, sausage, potatoes, and cheese all served in a sack, probably just to make Tim Couch feel even worse about his awful life. Start lunching with "CJ" chicken nachos, the curry shrimp w/ rice "Durell" , the broccoli/ cheese/ raisins/ nuts/ bacon "Dmaz", paninis (corned or roast beef, turkey, pastrami, bologna...), or a plate of Italian or turkey sausage, onions, peppers, and beans & rice called the "Brandy" -- a good choice, unless your catchphrase is "the soy is mine".
Finish with one of "Rick's Desserts", including slices of cheesecake or a Danish, because there's no way to show respect like naming pastries after the most powerful nation in the world. The Lego world.