Calle Ocho Belongs On Your Miami Bucket List!

Calle Ocho (8th Street in Spanish) is an area of Cuban culture in Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood. There are a ton of restuarants, bars, shops, parks, and art everywhere. I highly recommend that you check it out and partake in a food tour if you have time! Check out all of my photos to inspire you to visit!

Check out the Art at Calle Ocho

Dance Salsa at Ball & Chain

If you want to hang out in a cute outdoor spot or dance salsa to live music, then you need to check out Ball & Chain in Little Havana!

Check Out Domino Park

Domino Park is a busy public square with tables for dominoes & chess games. It’s a great place to people watch!

Have cocktails at Cafe La Trova

While exploring Little Havana, we ended up at Cafe La Trova, a popular spot on Calle Ocho known for cocktails. We found out that this bar is on the list of top 50 bars in the world and I can definitely see why!

The bartenders are fantastic, the cocktails are incredible, and they have live music!

Dance at Los Tres Monos Pop Up Bar

In Miami, we decided to check out Tres Monos Pop Up Bar on a whim and later found out it’s an Argentinian bar that is on the list of top 50 bars in the world and I can definitely see why!

They had great music, the bartenders are so engaging and it’s such a vibe!

Feel free to check out the entire catalog of my Food Bucket List for category inspiration and email me or comment below asking me for more restaurant recommendations as I aim to please!

Thank you all for reading, and stay enthusiastic!

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