If you’re having trouble locating Azucar among the Calle Ocho sensory overload, just look for the giant ice cream cone sculpture. Directly below that you’ll find this little scoop shop, where they serve some very Miami flavors. The Cuban coffee and Oreo is as good as it sounds, but the best thing here is a flavor called Abuela Maria that’s made with chunks of guava and Maria cookies. You can eat it under a giant painting of Celia Cruz while sitting on a bench made out of guayaberas - just in case you didn’t already know you were in Little Havana.
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Jacalito Taqueria Mexicana
Jacalito Taqueria is a casual Mexican restaurant in Little Havana. The food is great, and they have margaritas and outdoor seating.
El Mago De Las Fritas
El Mago de las Fritas is a famous frita spot in Little Havana that serves our second-favorite frita in town.
Fatair Al Basha
Fatair Al Basha is a casual little Lebanese spot on 8th Street good for takeout or a quick, quiet meal. They also have some Lebanese goods for sale.
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Lung Yai Thai Tapas
Lung Yai Thai Tapas in Little Havana almost always has a wait, but also serves great classics like khao soi and massaman curry.
Cafe La Trova
Cafe La Trova on Calle Ocho is a huge Cuban restaurant with live music, great cocktails, and very good food.
Ball & Chain
Ball& Chain is a popular and historic bar on Calle Ocho with live music, very good mojitos, and no cover.
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