Little Haiti

La Petite Haiti

Galleries, ethnic food, indie-music and more in Little Haiti.

This Miami neighborhood is the cultural heart of the Haitian diaspora. Waves of Haitian immigrants sought refuge here in the ’80s, resulting in a bright, ever-present celebration of all things Caribbean that can be found in galleries, museums, family-owned restaurants, and bookstores. Rooted in deep history and supported by a community of versatile leaders, Little Haiti has organically become home to one of Miami’s most vibrant arts scenes.

For more information, be sure to visit the Little Haiti Visitor Center.
Little Haiti

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Little Haiti

Little Haiti

Steeped in the complex and rich cultural histories of the Afro-Caribbean immigrants who brought life to its area, Little Haiti has evolved into a colorful beacon in Miami’s arts communities. Throughout the years, small businesses like celebrated record stores, kitsch bars, and authentic eateries have eased into the neighborhood, creating their own particular patchwork within the already distinct Little Haiti.

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Upcoming EventsLittle Haiti

  • Yoga and Mini Golf

    Now through Apr 28, 2018

    Little Haiti

    Free Yoga every Saturday in April from 11 am to 1 pm. Folks are also invited to play Mini Golf for free in the Marketplace...

  • Romeo & Juliet: La Tormenta

    May 04, 2018

    Little Haiti

    Romeo & Juliet: La Tormenta at the Little Haiti Cultural Center's Proscenium Theater.

  • Little Haiti Book Festival

    May 05 - May 06, 2018

    Little Haiti

    Miami Book Fair is partnering with Sosyete Koukouy of Miami, Inc., to present the Little Haiti Book Festival on Saturday, May...

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