If you're looking for Latin flair
Great vibe, beautiful historic walk. Make sure to enjoy a cortadito. ☕️
This is the Main Street for Miami's Little Havana, where you will find most of the stores, restaurants, and attractions in Little Havana. For tourists, Little Havana and Calle Ocho are essentially the same thing, as this is the area you'd go to if you wanted to go and check out Little Havana.
Calle Ocho between 12th and 27th Avenue in Little Havana is the very heart of the Cuban community in Miami. If you walk along that street you will see the culture, mores, and cuisine of Old Havana, Cuba in this Miami neighborhood. Whenever the Cubans are celebrating, they're doing it down this historic street.
IT HAS TO BE SEEN , CUBAN AMBIENT , SMALL STORES WITH TIPICAL CUBAN INFLUENCE
Calle Ocho is located in Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood and is a huge cultural destination. Eighth Street (Calle Ocho) is one of the most famed spots within this area due to the Walk of Fame showcasing various well-known Latin personalities, holding a variety of iconic landmarks and of course, housing lots of authentic Latin restaurants. If you want amazing Latin food, you come here to get it, especially since most of these places are mom and pops restaurants shelling out the real stuff in a no-frills, chill environment. And if you want delicious food, awesome cocktails and live music (and live salsa dancing), you head to the recently restored Ball & Chain bar bar and outdoor lounge.
A peace Cuban-American fusion. Best place to drink Cuban Coffee.