The sweet smell of freshly-baked mallorcas flood the cafetería. A man comes out of the kitchen with an aluminum tray laden with golden buns, soon to be heavily sprinkled with granulated sugar. If you order a mallorca con mantequilla, he’ll slice one open, butter it for you and heat it on a sizzling-hot griddle. This is exactly how they’ve been serving mallorcas since the opening of this Spanish-styled diner. Because it has such a long-standing history, Cafetería Mallorca is a great place to meet some locals, especially on Sunday afternoons. After mass, families gather here to break their fast and enjoy the delicious pastries, a late breakfast or an inexpensive lunch. Come visit Cafetería Mallorca and experience breakfast or lunch like a local.