Lots of cuban restaurants. Very laid back. The overall smell was bad, like garbage trucks parked in the heat.
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I could live on this street! It makes me think, this is how it must to be in Cuba! Men in a park playing dominoes! Who does that?! It was so cool. All the shops, cigar makers, coffee, and shops! The wall art! Probably the...More
Love this place. Such a lovely atmosphere. The people were friendly. All types of shopping available. Love the stores with the people who rolled the cigars. Very Colorful.
Calle Ocho is the main street that runs thru the heart of Little Havana. The Calle has numerous pubs with live music, restaurants and a amazing ice cream shop( Azucar ).
More than the actual street, calle ocho is a mood. I go there when I miss the flavours, the taste, the people of Havana. When there is an important political news, you go to Calle 8. Even if everywhere in Miami you can have a...More
The area has become very popular but some people were not enjoying it when I visited. Signs are in english and nothing like the real Havana.
Got there late in the evening on the weekday, so the bar was closing at 23.00, but got my Corona and chilled out on comfy sofa. Definitely lot of potentials there, apparently it is lively on weekends.
With no doubt Miami is a mixture of cultures, in this case Latin and North American people reunited at the streets...Calle 8, good enternainment