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Music Venue
“- Daytime Latin Jazz Music - Cocktails and Bites - Award-winning bands play 9pm-11pm on the Pineapple Stage - Late Night Salsa and Dance Music - No Cover”
  • 114 lokale anbefaler
Bakery
“The Miami institution has been the unofficial town hall for El Exilio since 1971. However, this Calle Ocho icon serves more than just cafecito. Its Cuban sandwich ($6.50), with classic fixings such as sweet ham and Swiss cheese, is a winner with the fast-casual crowd, and a traditional roast pork Cuban-style ($10.95) is a hearty meal served with rice and beans. But if you simply want to stop by the to-go window — AKA la ventanita — for croquetas, no one will judge you”
  • 84 lokale anbefaler
Cuban Restaurant
“This self-proclaimed “most famous Cuban restaurant in the world” is arguably more popular than its palatial namesake in France. The Little Havana institution is the unofficial meeting place for the city’s Cuban community, who crowd the cafecito window 24/7 sipping on Cuban coffee.”
  • 50 lokale anbefaler
Seafood Restaurant
“Historic seafood spot on the water. Cuban cuisine and fresh seafood brought in daily. Also the local seafood market. ”
  • 23 lokale anbefaler
Restaurant
“This Cuban chain offers large doses of the usual local nostalgia for Batista-era Cuba. You can’t miss the massive sugarcane plants growing on the front lawn. Expect large portions on the plates and a backroom café for strong Cuban coffee, sweet pastries and sugarcane juice. Though most of the ordering happens at the walk-up coffee window, serving up flaky pastelitos and espressos until the wee hours.”
  • 19 lokale anbefaler
Restaurant
“Amazing food! Remember to order everything you want the first time. They dont allow you to order twice (smh). ”
  • 31 lokale anbefaler
Restaurant
“Casual Italian spot specializing in pizzas with gourmet toppings, plus imaginative main dishes.”
  • 8 lokale anbefaler
American Restaurant
“Seaspice Brasserie and Lounge, located on the banks of the Miami River, exemplifies the essence of waterfront dining. Sophisticated yet casual atmosphere”
  • 25 lokale anbefaler

Caféer

Bakery
“The Miami institution has been the unofficial town hall for El Exilio since 1971. However, this Calle Ocho icon serves more than just cafecito. Its Cuban sandwich ($6.50), with classic fixings such as sweet ham and Swiss cheese, is a winner with the fast-casual crowd, and a traditional roast pork Cuban-style ($10.95) is a hearty meal served with rice and beans. But if you simply want to stop by the to-go window — AKA la ventanita — for croquetas, no one will judge you”
  • 84 lokale anbefaler
Cafe
“This local chain has several Miami locations, but there’s something specially charming about the original Little Havana restaurant. Find a wide array of popular sandwiches, such as steak ($5), but you must order the frita, a ground-beef patty topped with spices, sautéed onions, and shoestring fries on a Cuban roll. ”
  • 10 lokale anbefaler
Restaurant
“Trying to classify the food at Cardon y el Tirano is nearly impossible, especially because chef/owner Francisco Anton doesn't label his cuisine. But the eatery is truly a find. Tucked away in a strip mall, the small dining room holds no more than ten tables, yet the menu offers a seemingly never-ending number of plates. Whether you order the Asian-style lechón dumplings ($11) or the Venezuelan-inspired arepitas ($4), you are sure to be transported to another part of the world.”
  • 4 lokale anbefaler
Cafe
“Everyone loves a good comeback story, especially if it’s the return of one of Miami’s most beloved doughnut shops. Velvet Crème—which had a Little Havana store that shuttered in 2000 after more than 50 years in business—returned to Calle Ocho after a brief stint as a food truck. Its classic red-and-white decor has undergone slight updates, but its menu picks up right where the original left off: with classic glazed doughnuts, soft-serve ice cream and fresh-brewed coffee.”
  • 3 lokale anbefaler
Cafe
“Great coffee at this hidden gem, it serves legit Cuban coffee. It’s been described as “mind blowing coffee, Tres Leche!” ”
  • 2 lokale anbefaler
Cafe
  • 1 lokal anbefaler
Cafe
“6am - 9:30 Great for breakfast lunch or dinner right down the street within walking distance. ”
  • 1 lokal anbefaler

Bagerier

Bakery
“The Miami institution has been the unofficial town hall for El Exilio since 1971. However, this Calle Ocho icon serves more than just cafecito. Its Cuban sandwich ($6.50), with classic fixings such as sweet ham and Swiss cheese, is a winner with the fast-casual crowd, and a traditional roast pork Cuban-style ($10.95) is a hearty meal served with rice and beans. But if you simply want to stop by the to-go window — AKA la ventanita — for croquetas, no one will judge you”
  • 84 lokale anbefaler
Grocery or Supermarket
“Located in the Inracoastal Mall - behind property across bridge on 163rd street (Street that runs at the entrance of the building. ”
  • 5 lokale anbefaler
Bakery
“Very good option for groceries, bakery products, deli, and other essentials.”
  • 2 lokale anbefaler
Cafe
“Everyone loves a good comeback story, especially if it’s the return of one of Miami’s most beloved doughnut shops. Velvet Crème—which had a Little Havana store that shuttered in 2000 after more than 50 years in business—returned to Calle Ocho after a brief stint as a food truck. Its classic red-and-white decor has undergone slight updates, but its menu picks up right where the original left off: with classic glazed doughnuts, soft-serve ice cream and fresh-brewed coffee.”
  • 3 lokale anbefaler
Bakery
  • 2 lokale anbefaler
Dessert Shop
Bakery
  • 2 lokale anbefaler