22 "Little Haiti" Restaurants in Miami.
Kojin is a restaurant in the back of a Little River ramen shop. They serve really great Japanese dishes, and you’ll need a reservation.
The Shores is a seafood vendor inside The Citadel. Everything here is good, especially the fried oyster sandwich.
Space Park is a huge outdoor event space, concert venue, and marketplace by the Club Space team. They have food vendors too.
Piman Bouk Bakery is a cash-only Haitian bakery in Little Haiti serving up some great (and affordable) patties.
Adelita’s is a great Honduran restaurant in Little Haiti good for a casual meal or takeout.
Heartland is an outdoor restaurant in Little Haiti where you can have some wine, a steak, and watch live music.
Frice is a scoop shop inside The Citadel in Little Haiti. Their ice cream is incredibly good.
USBS is a food vendor in Little Haiti’s The Citadel. Their burgers are some of Miami’s best and they have a great fried chicken sandwich too.
Lil’ Laos is a Laotian food pop-up that operates out of different restaurants around Miami.
Lakay is a bakery and ice cream shop in Little Haiti. Stop by for a scoop on a brutally hot day.
Chez Le Bebe is a small cash-only restaurant in Little Haiti. They serve good versions of classic Haitian dishes like griot.
Sur is a Little Haiti spot that serves empanadas and sandwiches. It’s good for a quick lunch.
Piman Bouk is a classic Little Haiti restaurant where you’ll find really good versions of goat, oxtail, and more Haitian dishes.
La Piazzetta Pizzeria is a casual Italian restaurant near Little Haiti that serves solid Neapolitan pizza.
Pack Supermarket is a casual cafeteria in Little Haiti that serves really good fried chicken.