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  • 971 SW Eighth St.
    Miami, FL 33130
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    Between Cuban cantinero Julio Cabrera’s daiquiris and chef Michelle Bernstein’s fare, there’s something uniquely Miami about Cafe La Trova. Bernstein’s comfort...

  • 1510 SW Eighth St.
    Miami, FL 33135
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    Family-owned Exquisito has a rich history in Little Havana. What began as a small, 16-seat cafeteria next to the Tower Theater is now a 75-seater serving...

  • 14690 SW 26th St.
    Miami, FL 33175
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    Siblings Eileen and Jonathan Andrade come from Miami dining royalty. Their grandparents founded Islas Canarias, the shrine of Cuban comfort food revered for its...

  • 1952 W. Flagler St.
    Miami, FL 33135
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    Everyone knows La Camaronera Fish Market as the iconic Little Havana seafood spot founded by a family of Cuban fishermen. For more than 40 years, the...

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