Bon Gout manages to make an entire block in Little Haiti smell like barbecued meat. The very small shop serves excellent chicken, ribs, and brisket that’s as good as it smells from the car, but what you really want here is the Haitian specialty called griot. It’s basically crispy, fried chunks of pork, and Bon Gout serves them plain with a couple of sides or in “zakos,” which are taco shells that are somehow both soft and crispy at the same time. Whatever you order, a side of fried plantains is always a good idea.
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Churchill’s is a grimy dive bar in Little Haiti with live music seven nights a week. And we absolutely love it.
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El Balbiquiu is a great Puerto Rican barbecue spot in North Bay Village. It’s casual and just about everything is delicious.
Lil Greenhouse Grill
Lil’ Greenhouse Grill is a casual soul food spot with great ribs and banana pudding.
Gyu-Kaku Japanese BBQ
Gyu-Kaku is a Japanese barbecue restaurant in Brickell where you cook your own food. It can work for a casual weeknight dinner.
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Hometown Barbecue in Allapattah serves Miami’s best barbecue, but there are other dishes here that are just as good.
Chef Creole Seasoned Kitchen
Chef Creole is where to go in Little Haiti for classic Haitian dishes like conch, griot, and stewed oxtail.
B & M Market And Roti Shop
B&M Market is a small roti shop and bodega on 79th Street with some of the best West Indian food in the city.
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