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Liborio's Latin Cafe and Catering dishes out a huge menu of delicious Cuban, Puerto Rican, and American food. Always home-cooked and served quickly. Whether it's breakfast, lunch or dinner, we have the comfort food you crave in our warm and inviting dining area, or we can bring Liborio's straight to you with our full service catering options. Check out some of our tempting favorites like Roast Pork, Chicken Teriyaki, Cuban Sandwiches, and the Stuffed Potato with Ground Beef. Whatever your taste, we're sure to have something for you. When you dine with us, sit back and relax - have a beer or a glass of wine, and check out our pool table, too!

"Very Clean! Best food in Tampa...hands down! Never have to wait for food because they on point! Super friendly! Must go at least once in your lifetime but I'm positive you'll go back!"

 -Amy M.

When you're looking for plenty of great quality food at affordable prices, Liborio's Latin Cafe and Catering is the obvious choice with its diverse menu, phenomenal service, and friendly atmosphere. We will cater your next event so you can set your mind at ease knowing that your guests will be happily fed and all the amenities will be handled for you properly and professionally. Whether it's a family dinner, a company picnic or any other meal, Liborio’s Latin Cafe and Catering is the only name in Tampa you'll want to remember.

"We ate here while on house hunting trip back in Nov 2016. Excellent food, great prices, huge portions, friendly & accomodating service. We left Liborio's in our GPS as a definite do-over. Next week we are moving from Maine to Port Richey & are already planning lunch at Liborio's - can't wait!!!!"

-Steve M.

What "Liborio" Means to Cubans.

Just as "Uncle Sam" stands for the American people, Liborio is the character who symbolizes the people of Cuba. This Character of a pronounced nose, long whiskers and peasant garb expressed for several decades to think and say and feel the suffering of the Cuban people. 

Represents the legitimate Liborio Cuban farmer, wearing a hat, white linen guayabera, red neckerscarf and a machete in his belt. Larousse dictionary picks it up as "generic name of the Cuban man" by extension represents the Cuban people.

"I just picked up a Cuban and devil crab and it was delicious. Crab was so big I couldn't finish it. Staff was friendly and the prices were really good. All this for under $10. I will be back. Thank you!"

-Kathy M.