The Low Down
What to Drink: Eight fruity shake flavors are offered. Try the Mamey, made from a tropical fruit that Cubans consider an aphrodisiac. The restaurant is BYO, so bring some rum to add zing to your shake.
Where to Sit: If youÂre lucky enough to go on a warm day, grab a shaded high-top amidst the greenery on the lush, airy patio.
The Extras: Check out 90 Miles' other location at 3101 North Clybourn Avenue.
Fun Fact: Patrons can contribute to the kitschy decor. Diners are encouraged to doodle and sing the restaurantÂs praises on a quickly filling section of wall.
Rants, Raves & Reviews
Logan Square cafe with authentic food and tropical ambience.
by Carly Boers at Citysearch
No matter the temperature outdoors, it?s perpetually bright and sunny inside this casual Cuban spot. Breezy island music and the faint whir of blenders whipping up tropical shakes permeate the dining room, and the tropics-bright walls areâ¦
Dan gives this an 8/10 for food and 10/10 for...
By lwiggin at Menuism
Dan gives this an 8/10 for food and 10/10 for ambience. I would rate it a 9/10 for delicious flavor, the... Read More
90 Miles did not make it that far
By Anup P at Insider Pages
My girlfriend and I went to go try 90 Miles after hearing good things about their main location. Service was good, but the food left something to b... Read More
By David at GrubHub
The food is very decent. If you actually get a chance to eat it. I called them after waiting for 90 minutes, and it was clear that they had forgott...