While driving down Miami's Southwest 8th Street, when you come across a 30 inches (76.2 centimeters) tall ice cream cone, be assured, you have arrived at Azucar Ice Cream Company. Established in 2011, this ice cream parlor offers delicious flavors that are inspired by the owner's grandmother's personal recipes. Locally sourced, fresh ingredients are used in the production of the ice creams. Try out their signature ice creams like Dulce de Leche (caramel), Willy Cherrino, Balsamic-Strawberry, Mulatica (Cinnamon Oatmeal Cookie) and Key Lime Pie; the unique flavors are sure to please your taste buds.
3600 South West 8th Street Miami, FL 33135 +1 305 442 1363
Located in Little Havana, the Ache Supper Club serves as a restaurant, bar, nightclub, and cabaret. The club has entertaining and original shows, with dancers, skits, and comedy. All forms of Spanish music including, Merenge, Bachata, and Reggaeton can be heard here. Visit the website for show times and tickets.
1508 South West 8th Street Miami, FL 33135 +1 305 642 1264
The Tower Theater in Little Havana is one of the oldest cultural landmarks in the city. It was built in 1926, and was regarded as one of the greatest movie theaters in the South. When an influx of Cuban immigrants came to Miami in the 1960s, the Tower Theater began showing films with Spanish subtitles and eventually Spanish language films. The theater was closed in 1984, but reopened in 2002 under the management of Miami Dade College. It now mainly serves as a community gathering place for cultural exhibitions and free lectures by college faculty.
Who says a concert venue cannot be casual and fun? The PAX Miami is one such arts center that is known for its laid-back and friendly ambiance. With focus mainly on concerts, it encourages local artists/bands to perform onstage, thereby giving them a chance to display their talent. The core aim of PAX is think globally, but act locally, and hence local bands regularly play here. It hosts an array of local, national and global talent. Apart from music, you'll also see cinema and performing arts included in the venue's bustling schedule.
A wine store with a difference is what Happy Wine at Calle 8 is all about. A delightful haven for all wine lovers, Happy Wine is also a wine bar with vinos from all over the world. Taste these delicious drinks with some tapas menu such as chorizos, paellas, ham and more. The ambiance is very casual and friendly with patrons sitting around wine crates and enjoying the wine fiesta. Don't miss the free wine tasting on every Saturday.
Teatro 8 is the home to the Hispanic Theater Guild, a non-profit organization whose specializes in Spanish language theater. Teatro 8 and the Hispanic Theater Guild showcase works by some of the most renowned and respected Hispanic authors and playwrights such as Mario Vargas Llosa and Nilo Cruz. Located in Little Havana, Teatro 8 is a great place to go and experience real Hispanic culture.
The Tower Theater in on in Miami's Cuban neighborhood has been around since the 1920's. The Tower was voted onto the National Register of Historic Sites in 1993, making it a place you can experience history and culture at the same time.
This festive club, located in the Little Havana district, is known for having some of the best live Latin music in Miami. Hoy Como Ayer welcomes everyone as long as you have a passion for dancing and a love for live music. The prices are pretty reasonable here and the service is always friendly and helpful. Dance the night away to a wonderful mix of salsa, dance, DJ and live performances. And be sure to browse through their extensive cocktails menu, which has all the usual suspects, as well as specialty drinks, such as their famous signature Mojitos. They also have a light bar menu, with options such as Tamale platters and salads.
2901 West Flagler Street Miami, FL 33135 +1 305 547 5414
This is greater Miami's premier performing arts center for grand opera, symphony, theater, concerts, ballets, lectures and other programs of community interest. Apart from hosting the world's finest orchestras and classical music soloists, the auditorium also hosts the most renowned names in jazz and Hispanic pop music.
One of several locations all over Miami, including the international airport, this is the Cuban equivalent of an upscale American fast food chain. The selection of low-priced traditional fare is comprehensive, and the portions are generous. Service is fast and friendly. The atmosphere is extremely casual. Typical Cuban dishes are served: Palomilla Steak with Rice and Black Beans and a serving of Plantains, or the Cuban Sandwich and Flan for dessert.
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