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LITTLE HAVANA: A VIBRANT
CUBAN NEIGHBORHOOD

SAY “HOLA” TO A SLICE OF CUBAN CULTURE RELOCATED TO MIAMI.


Little Havana is the colorful center of Hispanic culture in Miami. The area’s riddled with Latin-inspired cafes, restaurants, venues and markets that give space and a voice to all the different backgrounds that have taken root in the neighborhood. Here you’ll find locals grabbing an afternoon cortado or a fresh fruit batido, talking politics over a game of dominoes, or eating solid authentic dishes from all over Latin America to a backdrop of ever-present Cuban beats.


On the last Friday of each month, Little Havana hosts Viernes Culturales, or Cultural Fridays, a monthly gallery night showcasing the cultural arts scene of the neighborhood. Little Havana offers a taste of multicultural Miami at its best.

Little Havana - Calle Ocho - Ball & Chain Miami

This slice of the “motherland” created by Cuban exiles in the 1960s, hums with perpetual activity, especially along Calle Ocho (SW Eighth Street) — the center of Cuban life and culture in Little Havana. This vibrant street is known for its Cuban restaurants, popular ventanitas, Cuban bakeries and colorful street festivals.

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