Miami’s Best Cuban Restaurants

Miami’s Best Cuban Restaurants

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Miami's best Cuban dining.

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    In a town where Cuban restaurants line many street corners, this busy destination manages to edge out the ample competition every time.
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    The dining room is always lively and fun with lots of chatter and music playing. Some people find the original location more authentic but the Grove location is equally popular.
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    Check out this authentic and laid-back cafe to see what all the fuss is about.
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    Try a spin on the dance floor at Hoy Como Ayer or Kimbara Cumbara and then regroup at Versailles with a crunchy sandwich or a sweet dessert.
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    Chef Douglas Rodriguez restaurant and tapas bar at the quiet Sanctuary Hotel on James Avenue features an artistic variety of foods Of Latin America and is thus called OLA!
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    Check daily specials and home made soups to pair with sandwiches served on crusty just-baked Cuban bread and you’ll dine like a king on a beggar’s budget.
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    The first stop on most tourist itineraries is by no means our favorite, however its popularity is indisputable. Puerto Sagua enjoys it’s edge over most Cuban restaurants mostly due to it’s proximity to Ocean Drive and it’s bargain basement pricing.
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    Tourists and locals entertaining out of towners gather nightly at Larios on Ocean Drive for a taste of the Cuban cuisine Gloria Estefan likes best.
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    Setting up shop along two of South Beach’s most popular tourist thoroughfares, Havana 1957 strives to bring an authentic taste of Cuba to the palates of travelers who may be entirely unfamiliar with Latin cuisine.
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    A delicious tapas style menu of “bocaditos” to pair with fruity house sangria or mint-infused rum mojitos and a terrific roster of both traditional Cuban entrees and lighter riffs of the meats and seafoods.
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