Islas Canarias opened in 1977 and was one of the first Cuban restaurant institutions in Miami. The original location in Little Havana was sold a few years ago, but their three locations are still home to some of the best croquetas in the city, along with a really good Cubano sandwich.
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Beaker & Gray
Wynwood’s Beaker & Gray is a very good choice for dinner and drinks. Both are going to be great here.
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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