Over the past few years, Miami has jumped on board the food hall train and has been picking up steam ever since. From South Miami to Wynwood to South Beach, Miami now has a variety of food halls to tickle anyone’s fancy. So what makes these food halls worth the hype?
In the heart of Brickell lies a restaurant with décor so unique you can’t help but whip out your phone to snap pics. With cocktails so sophisticated, you can’t help but make your way through the menu until you’ve tried a few. And with vibes so good you’ll want to grab a group of your friends and make it a night out.
Little Havana, which is home to the well-known “Calle Ocho” or Eighth Street (for all my gringos out there), holds an important piece of Miami’s culture. This neck of the woods is bustling with tourists, classic Cuban restaurants, viejitos playing Dominos in the park, and so much more.