It's often difficult to expand your legacy once you're already a legend, but that doesn't stop Charles Barkley from going down to the Subaru dealership and asking, because he doesn't even come close to fitting in that damn thing anymore. And if you're La Camaronera, you fire up a truck, called The Fish Box.
An extension of Little Havana's famed, opened-in-'66 stand-up seafood market, The Box's serving a modified version of their beloved menu from a rig with a diamond plate interior and a Partridge Family-ish paint job featuring a shrimp and a fish with bubbles coming out of his mouth -- but no thought bubbles, 'cause they'd be like "screw these guys". They use goods from their market to craft sandwiches like their "Minuta" made of either lane or yellowtail fillets (whichever's fresh that day) that're breaded, then dipped in flour batter for two layers of fried crispiness; the "Catch Of The Day", which might be mahi, corvina, or local grouper; and the Camaronera, with fried butterflied shrimp piled on a bun with lime, tartar, ketchup, and optional jalapeno sauce that's hot, green, and chunky -- just like all the "before" shots of people in P90X ads. Because sometimes even a sandwich can't cut it, you can also grab "platters" (actually, boxes) with swimmer choices of fried calamari, the aforementioned shrimp, or the catch of the day cut into fish fingers, which Fins fans are sure to return to Rex Ryan this season.
The Box also offers meal cappers like flan, Key lime pie, and Three Leche: a cake soaked in a sweet concoction of condensed milk, powdered milk, and heavy cream, that's then lathered with frosting -- which you'd better grab quick, before Sir Charles Impreza-ively wolfs them all down Outback.