When you think breakfast, you generally don't think about beans and rice — but guess what? A good portion of the world does, and after your first visit to this teeny Cuban restaurant, you'll start to as well. Victor's is usually busiest on the weekends, but once the weather warms and the patio opens there's extra room for patrons in search of delicious mango waffles, spicy chorizo scramble, Cuban hash with seasoned beef, raisins, and capers (sounds strange, but it's so good), and anything served with sweet fried plantains. In the mood for something a little more mild than wild? There's an Americano menu too, with oatmeal, breakfast potatoes, and fluffy build-your-own omelets. Oh, and we owe a big debt of gratitude to Victor's for introducing Minneapolis to the concept of a breakfast happy hour, where tropical mimosas and sake bloody Marys are just $4.