10 "Classic Establishment" restaurants in Miami.
Come to Hoy Como Ayer for live Cuban music, mojitos, and a proper sample of Havana nightlife.
Mac’s Club Deuce is Miami Beach’s best (and oldest) dive bar, with a Happy Hour that goes from 7am to 7pm.
Gramps is a fun bar in Wynwood with a big patio, excellent drag nights, and surprisingly good pizza out back.
You can’t leave Miami without eating Cuban food at Versailles - head there during the day for a sandwich or for dinner in their ornate dining room.
Head to Michael’s in the Design District for a guaranteed solid meal; whether it’s brunch or dinner, the food is always good, if a little expensive.
Azucar Ice Cream Company serves Cuban-inspired ice cream in Little Havana, including their famous Abuela Maria flavor.
Islas Canarias is a Cuban restaurant in Kendall known for their croquetas and Cuban sandwiches.
Joe’s Stone Crab is the 100-year-old seafood restaurant in South Pointe that’s famous for starting the stone crab craze.
Chef Creole is where to go in Little Haiti for classic Haitian dishes like conch, fried fish, and stewed oxtails.