If we kidnapped you, threw a blindfold over your head, and dropped you inside Hoy Como Ayer, you might think you were in the real Havana, not the little one. This place hosts the best live Cuban music on Calle Ocho, which you can enjoy while sipping some very strong mojitos and watching locals who have been dancing salsa since they could walk. It’s a tight fit in here, and not for claustrophobes or those highly susceptible to sensory overload. But if you want to dance, drink, and party as the Cubans do, Hoy Como Ayer is the best move in Miami.
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