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Padaria
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“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”
  • 80 moradores locais recomendam
Restaurante Italiano
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“Delicious Italian food, the pizza is a must have! Great for a weekend brunch or a business lunch. ”
  • 31 moradores locais recomendam
Sorveteria
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“Best exotic flavors of Ice Cream in the South. Try their homemade waffle cones.”
  • 37 moradores locais recomendam
Restaurante espanhol
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“Come here during weekday lunch - they have an AMAZING executive lunch menu that is also affordable. Spanish cuisine - also something that's quite popular in Miami. You may have to Uber for this one, but it's so close by that it will be cheap to get to.”
  • 2 moradores locais recomendam
Store
“Take in the food, culture and history of Cuba right here on Calle Ocho Little Havana.”
  • 19 moradores locais recomendam
Pharmacy
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“Great prices, will not have as much selection as publix but worth the trip. They open at 9AM!”
  • 7 moradores locais recomendam
Grocery or Supermarket
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“Located in the Inracoastal Mall - behind property across bridge on 163rd street (Street that runs at the entrance of the building. ”
  • 4 moradores locais recomendam
Café
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“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 moradores locais recomendam
Store
“Little Havana is Miami’s vibrant Cuban heart, with Latin American art galleries and busy restaurants. Cafes with walk-up windows sell Cuban coffee to cigar-smoking patrons. On Calle Ocho (SW 8th Street), locals discuss politics over dominoes at Maximo Gomez Park, dubbed Domino Park by locals. The historic Tower Theater screens independent and revival films, while the area's clubs host live Latin music.”
  • 5 moradores locais recomendam
Restaurante
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  • 4 moradores locais recomendam
Bar
“Little Havana's only true beer bar is the brainchild of David and Cici Rodriguez, owners of the Miami Brew Bus and cofounders of Kush Wynwood. The duo's experience helming beer-centric businesses is evident in the Calle Ocho establishment, featuring rotating taps (check out the chalkboard menu to see what's new) and double coolers filled with cans and bottles of local, American-made and internationally brewed varieties. To order, grab your favorite and give it to the bartender to ring up—simple as that. Union Beer also has vintage arcade games to keep you busy between sips. ”
  • 5 moradores locais recomendam
Padaria
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“Very good option for groceries, bakery products, deli, and other essentials.”
  • 2 moradores locais recomendam
Bar
“You want to take back an amazing cigar from Miami? I recommend the Little Havana Cigar factory. I've been shopping there for my cigar for a few years now and the manager and staff are just amazing. Top notch service and they have most cigars out there on the market. The lounge is relaxing to have a smoke at, very much that Miami vibe, and you have the option of having Cuban coffee while e joying your smoke. To attain an authentic Cuban cigar in Miami is still difficult and you will likely only be able to find fakes. Trust close to no one who claims they are selling an 'authentic Cuban.' Especially street vendors in Miami Beach and miscellaneous stores. ”
  • 4 moradores locais recomendam
Comida
“Neighborhood market for fresh produce & Latin American-inspired handmade smoothies with fresh fruit.”
  • 5 moradores locais recomendam
Loja de Conveniências
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  • 2 moradores locais recomendam
Restaurante
“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 moradores locais recomendam