Unfortunately I can't offer a decent photo of one particular neighboring business, several blocks to the south: a hardware store that doubles as an open-air parakeet market.
In lieu of parakeets, please accept a picadillo, my tentative identification of the filling in this savory pastry square ($1). "Picadillo," in many Latin American cuisines, describes a mince of seasoned meat. In addition to tomato, onion, and bell pepper, all of them present here, Cuban picadillos typically feature beef. In this case, according to the counterman, the proteins were a blend of ham and chorizo.
300 S.W. 17th Ave. (at S.W. 3rd St.), Miami
(From an autumn 2012 visit)