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Bar and lounge Ball & Chain. Photo: Vanessa Rogers
Bar and lounge Ball & Chain. Photo: Vanessa Rogers

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Eat your way through Cuba – in Miami

You won’t leave the table hungry after eating hearty Cuban food in Miami´s Little Havana district. Here´s a guide to restaurants, cafés and culinary tours. And after a meal - maybe some eye candy at a nearby art gallery?

Azucar

A family-run ice cream parlor where you’ll want to taste all of the creative flavors such as guava, champagne grapefruit, quatro leches and mulatica (cinnamon, oatmeal, raisins, cookies, and walnuts).

Azucar

1503 SW 8th Street, Miami

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Versailles Restaurant and Bakery

An institution since it opened in 1971, the lively Versailles offers traditional Cuban food, tasty baked goods and Cuban coffee to stay or go. Although it’s on Calle Ocho, it’s a fair distance from the center of the Little Havana action.

Versailles Restaurant and Bakery

3555 SW 8th Street, Miami

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El Pub Restaurant

El Pub is a no-nonsense, old-fashioned Cuban food establishment serving delicious picadillo-stuffed empanadas and other hearty Cuban food. Check out the huge mural depicting old Cuba.

El Pub Restaurant

1548 SW 8th Street, Miami

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Tinta Y Café

Closer to downtown, on the eastern end of Calle Ocho, Tinta Y Café is a cozy spot to enjoy a café con leche and Cuban sandwich.

Tinta Y Café

268 SW 8th Street, Miami

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Miami Culinary Tours

Taste your way through Little Havana in a 2.5-hour tasting and information tour with one of the extremely knowledgeable guides from Miami Culinary Tours.

Miami Culinary Tours

1000 5th St #200, Miami Beach

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Viernes Culturales

Cultural Friday is held on the last Friday of the month. Stores extend their opening hours for this open-air festival with performances, music, and art.

Viernes Culturales

637 SW 8th Street, Miami

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Ball & Chain

The recently re-opened Ball & Chain bar and lounge is a popular spot with a long and fascinating history.

Ball & Chain

1513 SW 8th Street, Miami

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Cubaocho art and research center

This museum/bar is a treasure chest full of Cuban paintings, Tiffany lamps, memorabilia, and reference books documenting Cuban artists.

Cubaocho art and research center

1465 SW 8th St #106, Miami

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Agustin Gainza art gallery

Agustin Gainza studied art in Cuba but defected to the US, eventually settling in Miami in 1979. His colorful artwork comes in many forms and media.

Agustin Gainza art gallery

1652 SW 8th Street, Miami

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Last edited: August 3, 2017

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