Playing dominoes on Calle Ocho. Getting nude on Haulover Beach. You know all the things you want to do in Miami before you die. But what about all the things you want to eat before you meet your maker? With so much bucket-list-worthy...Show More Summary
Bold strategy, Cotton. The movie Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story invented the concept of an ESPN channel so weird that it would air professional dodgeball. It was called “ESPN8: “The Ocho,” and now that will become a reality for one...Show More Summary
There aren't many neighborhoods in Florida as iconic and underrated as Little Havana. Along Calle Ocho, the smell of cafecitos and guava pastries fills the air. As you stroll by perennially jammed Versailles and hole-in-the-wall stores with quinceañera dresses primly unfurled in display windows, you get the clear impression you're somewhere distinct.
Dark days followed the shuttering of Alberto Cabrera's Little Bread Cuban Sandwich Co. in late 2015. The ruddy-haired chef who once worked at Karu & Y breathed new life into Miami's galaxy of Cuban sandwiches when his shop opened with offerings like medianoches and Elena Ruzes built with house-made ingredients.
Take a look around this Calle Ocho seafood eatery A Miami-inspired oyster bar, Ella’s Oyster, officially opens on Calle Ocho tonight at 1615 SW 8th Street. The brainchild of Jordan Marano, who serves as chef, and Christian Plotczyk,Show More Summary
El Museo de Little Havana wants people to know there is more to Calle Ocho than Little Havana. And curious tourists and locals alike will now be able to discover this for themselves.
Ella’s Oyster Bar will feature Surf N’ Turf Frita Cubanas and plenty of seafood in Little Havana Little Havana’s culinary resurgence is well under way, with the latest addition — Ella’s Oyster Bar — set to debut in May at 1615 SW 8th...Show More Summary
It's been more than a year and a half since Velvet Creme, an iconic Miami doughnut shop, announced its reopening after a 15-year hiatus. As of Monday, April 17, the store officially broke ground on Calle Ocho, signaling a resurrection of its original flagship location, which opened on Eighth Street Street in 1947.
From lounges to pop-ups LITTLE HAVANA — Over the weekend, Bar Nancy (2007 SW 8th Street) officially "set sail” on Calle Ocho. The nautical themed bar is owned and operated by an eclectic crew of industry vets hailing from popular bars like the Broken Shaker, Pawn Broker, Sugarcane and The Stage. Show More Summary
Hundreds of people stood in the pouring rain to witness history being made in Little Havana yesterday.The inaugural Calle Ocho El Croquetazo croqueta eating competition, hosted by Major League Eating, was about to start, bringing the...Show More Summary
This Sunday at 5 p.m., the world's champion eaters will converge on Calle Ocho for the first croqueta-eating contest sanctioned by Major League Eating. The event, El Croquetazo, will see some of the highest-ranked eaters in the nation chowing down on Miami's favorite snack. Some local notables will be there too.
Happy Friday! Miami's teeming with plenty to do. Get wild at Zoo Miami's Feast With The Beasts or take your four-legged friend out for a beer at Bark and Brew. Enjoy a poolside barbecue at the Confidante or party at Calle Ocho!Weekend starts now
There is no secret that here in the South Bronx we have a much different attitude to Fidel Castro's passing than those that have been celebrating in Calle Ocho, in Miami's, Little Havana. While the majority of those individuals in Miami...Show More Summary
As Miami-Cubans celebrated Fidel Castro’s death on Calle Ocho in the wee hours of the morning, Cubans on the island remained in a vortex of silence. Danilo Maldonado Machado, known as “El Sexto” reported live from la Habana Libre Hotel in el Vedado early Saturday morning at 5 a.m. The...
Velvet Creme heads to Calle Ocho One of Miami’s beloved doughnut brands, Velvet Creme, has been plotting a return to the Miami market after a 15 year hiatus — and it seems to have finally found the spot to do so. The Miami New TimesShow More Summary
It's been almost a year since Velvet Creme, an iconic Miami doughnut shop, announced its reopening after a 15 year hiatus. On September 28, Miami's first doughnut shop confirmed it is still in the process of reviving its age-old brand. But now, its location will be housed at 1555 SW 8th Street...
One day after the historic first Presidential debate at New York's Hofstra University, Donald Trump was in Miami, drinking Cuban coffee at Versailles. The Calle Ocho restaurant has long been the place for political hopefuls to visit for a cafecito and a photo op. Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson visited the...
Calle Ocho, Miami The honking noise was getting closer. On a Saturday morning in mid-January, it was 70 degrees at Versailles, and the outdoor counter was packed as usual with men, young and old, coupled and single, sipping café cortadito, a Cuban espresso. Show More Summary
Serena Williams might have lost her last time on the court... but here's more proof she's winning in life... the RIDICULOUS crib she's calling home while on vacay in Jamaica. The 10,000 sq ft spot is located in Ocho Rios, Jamaica and rents for an…
Call him old school... but Shaquille O'Neal says when it comes to retiring Kobe Bryant's jersey, there's only one option... his ORIGINAL number... the ocho. The debate has been raised in the Lakers front office -- since Kobe dominated in…