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This is Little Havana. The food for authenticity, the coffee to wake you up, the mojito to settle you down, the fresh squeezed sugar cane juice to mellow you out, the bakery for pastries and loaf of bread, and a cigar for the road. Don't...More
This road appears on most what to see in Miami lists, so we ventured along. I was thoroughly disappointed. It’s a tourist trap either side of a very busy road. If you don’t put it on your to see list you won’t have missed much.
Came from my country directly to Calle 8, it has gowned so much to so many different cultures. You will find great restaurants typical from different places of the world. We even have our Presidents always visit a particular place.
Calle Ocho is the Spanish translation of 8th Street. It is the heart of Little Havana, and covers a four block area, starting from SW 17th Avenue to SW 13th Avenue. This area is easily reached by taxi, local bus or free Miami Shuttle buses....More
Miami is Latin and could be nicknamed the "Capital of Latin America!" Calle Ocho and Little Havana are ground zero for la cultura, la comida and la musica! The culture food, music and dance are fantastic if you want to have a Latin experience while...More
I went with my wife last Friday for lunch at mojito restaurant calle sw 8 streets and we order the big parrillada bring pork chicken well everything but it were not happy hour so we order to large of cuban mojito drink with coban coffee...More
We stopped by here on a Sunday after a morning at the beach. Grabbed some lunch and walked around taking in the atmosphere. Shops are quintessentially NOT MIAMI, in that the Havana influence is huge! A quaint domino park where older patrons would while away...More
Was interesting to walk, shop, sight-see and grab a drink. We'd already eaten, though I saw several places here that looked like good places to have a meal. Most places seemed more for the tourists than the locals...