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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.

Little Haiti

The bustling, Creole-speaking community of Little Haiti echoes its Caribbean homeland through distinctive architecture, traditional churches, and authentic foods, spices and music. The streets are lined with family-owned businesses, hip furniture emporiums, music stores, book shops and clothing boutiques.

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