Miami’s Little Havana: Mojitos, Cuban Food, Hand Rolled Cigars and Friday Night Street Party

Come visit Cuba without leaving the nation! Miami’s Little Havana is one of the City’s most tasty neighborhoods.

Little Havana is crazy, hip and filled to the overflow with Cuban culture, food, drink and craftsmanship.

Here you can discover super cold mojitos, hand moved stogies, bistro con leche and the beautiful sights and hints of Cuba.

It is difficult to come to Little Havana without inspecting the food. The eateries along Calle Ocho serve real Cuban food and beverages. Look at the well known, valid and cheap Cuban food and cakes at Versailles Restaurant (3555 SW eighth Street).

There is a Latin stars “Stroll of Fame” here too. VIPs, for example, Gloria Estefan, Andy Garcia and the late “Ruler of Salsa” Celia Cruz have stars along Calle Ocho. The Walk of Fame begins at the Tower Theater (1508 SW eighth Street) and continues for a few pieces.

Stop by Maximo Gomez Park, also called “Domino Park” (corner of SW eighth Street and fifteenth Avenue). Here you can discover more established Cubans playing dominoes and in addition chess. Dominoes is a very much cherished Cuban diversion and the park is a well known meeting place for local people.

On the off chance that you are in Miami the last Friday of the month, look at Viernes Culturales – Little Havana’s road party. With unrecorded music, food examining, walkway workmanship displays and a free strolling visit, Viernes Culturales is an awesome approach to commence the end of the week!