It’s impossible to miss Azucar’s iconic facade of a waffle cone topped with five scoops of ice cream when you’re in Little Havana. But it’s the Cuban spin on classic flavors that really brings people in. The 40+ flavors they serve daily include flan, cafe con leche with Cuban coffee and Oreos, and tropical fruits like mamey. But the most famous is Abuela Maria, which mixes mixes guava, cream cheese, and Cuban cookies into vanilla ice cream. Once you try it, you won’t know how you lived without it for so long.
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La Camaronera Fish Market
La Camaronera Seafood Joint & Fish Market in Little Havana is where to go for fresh seafood and a fried pan con minuta.
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.
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Kyu in Wynwood serves a mash up of modern American and Korean BBQ, along with a big list of wine and sake.
Naoe in Brickell serves the most over-the-top (and expensive) sushi omakase in the city, and it’s worth every penny.
Lung Yai Thai Tapas
Lung Yai Thai Tapas in Little Havana is where to go for Thai small plates and classics like khao soi and massaman curry.
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