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A small park at the intersection of Calle Ocho and SW 15th Ave, named in honor of Maximo Gomez, the commander of the Cuban troops during its War of Independence in the late 19th century. 15th Ave between Calle Ocho and 9th St is paved with a beautiful wavy brick pattern with images of dominoes, and there are domino motifs throughout the design of the park, which owe its influence to the large crowd of 55-year-old-and-up men who gather here every day to play this and other tabletop games. In case you're wondering: yes, they do card. Visitors, of course, are welcome to observe the greatest center of public street life in Little Havana.
The median along this boulevard is home to many statues and monuments, including an eternal flame burning in memory of the Bay of Pigs Invasion in 1961, a statue commemorating Bay of Pigs brigade member Nestor 'Tony' Izquierdo, a large relief map of Cuba with a quote by Cuban independence leader José Martí, and many others. If you look carefully at the massive ceiba tree located here, with its large, above-ground roots, you might see piles or bags of chicken bones, which are ritual sacrifices by practitioners of the Afro-Cuban religion of Santeria.
This "only in Miami" scoop shop, creates artisanal gourmet ice creams and tropical fruit sorbets in Cuban and Latin American inspired flavors. Flavors include Guava, Mamey, Mango and Key Lime Pie ice creams. Signature Miami flavors such as Abuela Maria (vanilla, guava, cream cheese and Maria cookies) and Cuban Rum Cake (vanilla, rum cake and walnuts) are local favs.
in Little Havana, a lively, family-friendly neighborhood, and begin a guided edible journey through one of Miami’s oldest neighborhoods. Learn about traditional, rustic Cuban cuisine by tasting your way through the must-visit street in the area — Calle Ocho.
A store where you can find guayaberas (a Cuban shirt that has buttons but a loose fit and pleats) for men and women. Ronald Reagan came to this store himself to buy a guayabera. Shirts can be bought off the rack or custom-tailored.
Touted as Miami's most complete Latin music stores, this is one of five locations in Miami but the only one in Little Havana. The collection is large; it is a good place to find salsa music or a nice set of bongos.
An authentic Latin American open-air fruit market that sells fruit smoothies and coffee, but they are best known for their sugar cane juice.
A prominent gathering place and political forum for the Cuban-American community. The desserts here are delicious.
A prominent Art Deco landmark on Calle Ocho, airing movies subtitled in Spanish.