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Guidebook for Miami

Rafael And Elena
Rafael And Elena
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Rafael And Elena

Guidebook for Miami

Food Scene
Pollo Tropical is a restaurant chain and franchise specializing in the cuisine of the Caribbean. You can eat for $7.00 a real meal. Grille chicken, pork, rice and black beans, etc
Pollo Tropical is a restaurant chain and franchise specializing in the cuisine of the Caribbean. You can eat for $7.00 a real meal. Grille chicken, pork, rice and black beans, etc
1277 SW 8th St
1277 SW 8th St
Pollo Tropical is a restaurant chain and franchise specializing in the cuisine of the Caribbean. You can eat for $7.00 a real meal. Grille chicken, pork, rice and black beans, etc
Orgullo Catracho: Central american food. If you like fried fish, oysters, squids and shrimps order a Jalea, $12 per one $24 for two or even 3 person. It comes with very nice tomatoes salad with delicious onions.
2300 SW 8th St
2300 SW 8th St
Orgullo Catracho: Central american food. If you like fried fish, oysters, squids and shrimps order a Jalea, $12 per one $24 for two or even 3 person. It comes with very nice tomatoes salad with delicious onions.
"La Camaronera Seafood Joint and Fish Market" "Get cash! Don't arrive and whine about the lack of credit card service. This place is dirty cheap; don't look a gift horse in the mouse." The sandwiches here are second to none and you'll get all the energy you need for your afternoon meeting by lunching here. All sandwiches under $8, $11.35 for the best shrimp tacos around, and a great, attached fish market make La Camaronera a must for seafood lovers.
1952 W Flagler St
1952 W Flagler St
"La Camaronera Seafood Joint and Fish Market" "Get cash! Don't arrive and whine about the lack of credit card service. This place is dirty cheap; don't look a gift horse in the mouse." The sandwiches here are second to none and you'll get all the energy you need for your afternoon meeting by lunching here. All sandwiches under $8, $11.35 for the best shrimp tacos around, and a great, attached fish market make La Camaronera a must for seafood lovers.
The world's most famous Cuban restaurant. The embassy of the Cuban cosine.
3555 SW 8th St
3555 SW 8th St
The world's most famous Cuban restaurant. The embassy of the Cuban cosine.
La Carreta - Miami's original Cuban Cuisine. Local chain known for Cuban classics like ropa vieja & picadillo served in a hacienda-style setting.
3632 SW 8th St
3632 SW 8th St
La Carreta - Miami's original Cuban Cuisine. Local chain known for Cuban classics like ropa vieja & picadillo served in a hacienda-style setting.
Parks & Nature
Sewell Park: Quiet place near to Miami river
1801 NW S River Dr
1801 NW S River Dr
Sewell Park: Quiet place near to Miami river
Sightseeing
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Drinks & Nightlife
Iconic nightclub from the 1930s-1950s reemerges as a live-music venue with Cuban-style food & drink. We recommend sampling a few Cuban-inspired cocktails: the Mojito Criollo (made the classic way with the mint leaves left intact for enhanced aroma, and more sugar), the Canita (white rum, lime, house-made honey syrup, guarapo or sugarcane juice, sugarcane stick) and the Pastelito Daiquiri (pastelito-infused aged rum, lime, simple syrup, and a side of pastelitos or guava pastries)
1513 SW 8th St
1513 SW 8th St
Iconic nightclub from the 1930s-1950s reemerges as a live-music venue with Cuban-style food & drink. We recommend sampling a few Cuban-inspired cocktails: the Mojito Criollo (made the classic way with the mint leaves left intact for enhanced aroma, and more sugar), the Canita (white rum, lime, house-made honey syrup, guarapo or sugarcane juice, sugarcane stick) and the Pastelito Daiquiri (pastelito-infused aged rum, lime, simple syrup, and a side of pastelitos or guava pastries)
This nautical-themed hangout pours creative cocktails offered with classic bar eats. Order the Smile You Son-Of-A-Bitch, a not-so-scary-tasting tipple named in homage to the movie Jaws (it's even got a plastic shark in it!). Ben's Milk Punch is a sophisticated and surprisingly light cocktail with hints of spice and cinnamon, which comes served in a corked glass flask.
2007 SW 8th St
2007 SW 8th St
This nautical-themed hangout pours creative cocktails offered with classic bar eats. Order the Smile You Son-Of-A-Bitch, a not-so-scary-tasting tipple named in homage to the movie Jaws (it's even got a plastic shark in it!). Ben's Milk Punch is a sophisticated and surprisingly light cocktail with hints of spice and cinnamon, which comes served in a corked glass flask.
The Union Beer Store. Cool, narrow hangout & beer market featuring craft draft beer, growler fills & bar bites. The friendly neighborhood taproom, beer market, and growler bar offering good eats and better drinks. With a rotating tap list that changes very often.
1547 SW 8th St
1547 SW 8th St
The Union Beer Store. Cool, narrow hangout & beer market featuring craft draft beer, growler fills & bar bites. The friendly neighborhood taproom, beer market, and growler bar offering good eats and better drinks. With a rotating tap list that changes very often.
Arts & Culture
The Calle Ocho Arts Corridor (between SW 13 and 17th Avenues) and the 12th & 6th Arts District (at SW 12th Avenue and SW 6th Street). The Calle Ocho Arts Corridor is also home to an arts incubator (Futurama 1637).
1637 SW 8th St
1637 SW 8th St
The Calle Ocho Arts Corridor (between SW 13 and 17th Avenues) and the 12th & 6th Arts District (at SW 12th Avenue and SW 6th Street). The Calle Ocho Arts Corridor is also home to an arts incubator (Futurama 1637).
Essentials
El Libanes Super Market. The cheapest grocery store in Miami. Few blocks from the house. All you need to eat fresh, meats, dairy, vegetables, fruits, etc. Nobody speak good English but you will be able to communicate and get all you need. They also have cheap cigars and a very good Cuban coffee.
1960 W Flagler St
1960 W Flagler St
El Libanes Super Market. The cheapest grocery store in Miami. Few blocks from the house. All you need to eat fresh, meats, dairy, vegetables, fruits, etc. Nobody speak good English but you will be able to communicate and get all you need. They also have cheap cigars and a very good Cuban coffee.