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Tourism booming in Cuba despite tougher new Trump policy

On a sweltering early summer afternoon in Miami's Little Havana, President Donald Trump told a cheering Cuban-American crowd that he was rolling back some of Barack Obama's opening to Cuba … Click to Continue »

Sanguich de Miami Closes Without Notice, Will Offer Free Sandwiches on Friday

Sanguich de Miami, a shipping container converted into a wildly popular Cuban sandwich shop in Little Havana, has closed until further notice. The ventantia-style walk up opened in late October. In about two months, Sanguich became Calle Ocho's leading spot for a Cuban sandwich. Show More Summary

Nancy in Little Havana Gets New Name, New Menu

Revolutionary War-themed Bar Nancy opened in Little Havana this past May with rustic, nautical-inspired decor and a healthy selection of craft cocktails. Now the laid-back drinking den has shortened its name and upped its offerings with a full menu of bar bites.

Habana Vieja and the Little Farter

In pursuit of a lifelong dream to find the Pedorrera, literally, Cuba's Little Farter, I set up base camp in Habana Vieja, Havana.

Camila Cabello Eats at 'Havana' Restaurant Prior to New Year's Eve!

Camila Cabello goofs around with her little sister while leaving dinner on Saturday night (December 30) in New York City. The 20-year-old singer and her family grabbed Cuban food at the restaurant Havana Central. The next day, former president Barack Obama released his annual end of year list of his favorite songs and books from [...]

US demands Cuba end 'targeted attacks' on envoys

US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson demanded Wednesday that Cuba halt mystery "targeted attacks" on US diplomats in Havana, dismissing complaints that Washington has provided little evidence about what happened. Over the past year dozens...Show More Summary

After Hurricane Irma, Sharif Salem's "Sofas of Little Havana" Returns at Swampspace

"On an aesthetic level, the juxtaposition of indoor furniture in the streets — like, sofas in the wild — challenges the notions of comfort and family life." Salem first noticed a sofa surplus just a couple years after the recession (which hit communities like Little Havana especially hard). On a sociopolitical level, the sofas represent consumerism and "elevate the disposable."

Camila Cabello & Fifth Harmony Take To The Same Stage At The Latin American Music Awards — But Who Brought The Heat??

Hot, hot, HOTTTT! On Thursday evening, Camila Cabello celebrated her Latin heritage by performing her chart topper Havana at the 2017 Latin American Music Awards. Not only did the former Fifth Harmony member belt her little heart out in Spanish, but she also flaunted some pretty impressive salsa moves. Video: Camila Is A Telenovela Star In Wild [...]

Miami's Best Eats and Drinks This Weekend: Sanguich De Miami, Halloween Specials, and Last Chance For Miami Spice

This weekend, Sanguich De Miami will officially open in Little Havana, Veza Sur Brewing Co. will host a Halloween party and debut a new seasonal tap, and a medley of other restaurants in South Beach, Brickell, and Wynwood will offer Halloween-themed cocktails and specials. This is also the last weekend to take advantage of Miami Spice 2017, which ends October 31.

Sanguich de Miami Opens in Little Havana

Sanguich de Miami, a shipping container turned Cuban sandwich shop, opens in Little Havana on Friday, October 27 (1641 SW Eighth St., Miami).

Manuel Artime Theater Is Competing for Funding With Historic Sites Across the Country

In January, the National Trust for Historic Preservation designated Little Havana as a National Treasure, just two years after it listed the neighborhood as one of 11 Most Endangered Historic Places in the U.S. The Trust, along with Partners in Preservation and Main Street America, implemented a “Vote Your Main...

Miami Motel Stories' Debut Brings Local History to Life

“These walls do talk.” That's Monica Lynne Herrera, a Hialeah-born, Miami-raised actor who’s performing in Miami Motel Stories, a real-time immersive theater experience opening October 26 at Little Havana’s newly restored 1920 Tower Hotel. Show More Summary

Miami's Best Eats and Drinks This Weekend: Velvet Creme, Grovetoberfest, and III Points

This weekend, Velvet Cream Doughnuts opens in Little Havana; III Points brings eats from the Salty Donut, Coyo Taco, Fooq's, and more to Mana Wynwood; Grovetoberfest returns to Peacock Park; New York's Lior Lev Sercarz joins Edge Steak & Bars Aaron Brooks for a Mediterranean-inspired dinner; and the Miami Flea hosts a pumpkin patch in the A+E District.

Get a Taste of Miami Nostalgia at Velvet Creme Doughnuts’ New Little Havana Location

A South Florida favorite is officially back The OG of Miami doughnuts — Velvet Creme Doughnuts — is making its triumphant return to the South Florida food scene this weekend. After plenty of delays and speculation as to where the new...Show More Summary

Velvet Cream Doughnuts Officially Opens in LIttle Havana on Saturday

After more than 17 years, Velvet Cream Doughnuts will officially reopen on Saturday, October 14 in Little Havana, a few doors down from Ball & Chain. The debut marks more than two years since the iconic Miami doughnut shop, which first appeared in 1947, announced its revival.

The Ten Best Restaurants in Little Havana

With an eclectic mix of tradition as well as hip bars and eateries Little Havana is the place to be if you want to be surprised with some seriously good culinary finds. These are the ten best places to eat at while in the neighborho...

Exquisito to Open Chocolate Factory and Retail Café in Little Havana

Two years ago, Carolina Quijano left her well-paying finance job in New York City to move back home to South Florida and pursue gourmet chocolate-making. Without any culinary experience, Quijano created Exquisito Chocolates, where she uses ethically sourced cocoa beans to produce chocolate and marshmallow treats.

33 Kitchen Owners Announce Two Projects in Little Havana and Plans to Close Coconut Grove Spot

Coconut Grove's only Peruvian-inspired restaurant, 33 Kitchen, is making its next move. Owners and partners in life Leslie Ames Brachowicz and Sebastian Fernandez are leaving the Grove for Little Havana, where they plan to open another concept in early 2018.

Little Havana Post-Irma

While Miami returns to normalcy after Irma, the neighborhood of Little Havana is still without power.

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