From Cuba to Miami
Collected by Aislyn Greene , AFAR Staff
3201 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33140, USA
Los Fuegos, the new restaurant from Argentinian chef Francis Mallman, exists on a higher Miami plane. There's the dining room wrapped in red, velour, and gold; the $23 cocktails so good they'll make you believe in $23 cocktails; and, beyond the...
y, Av. Del Puerto, La Habana, Cuba
Finish off a day in Havana Vieja at this new, hangar-style brewery in the city's revitalized port. Massive and with an excellent patio, Cerveceria Antiguo Almacen de la Madera y El Tabaco is the perfect place for beer drinkers who want to explore...
Malecón, La Habana, Cuba
Standing practically in the shadow of Havana's immense soccer stadium, El Litoral is tricky to find. But once you do, it's easy to settle in. With a prime spot on the Malecon and some of the city's most modern decor, the restaurant is a refreshing...
2111 Calle L, La Habana, Cuba
There's a trick to getting the most out of your Coppelia helado (ice cream) experience: You must queue. This massive ice cream palace is divided into a section for those paying in CUCs, the Cuban currency most tourists use, and several sections...
Calle 26, La Habana, Cuba
Far from the touts and tourists who mob Havana Vieja is a bustle of a different sort: Fábrica de Arte Cubano is a multiplex of art set in a former cooking oil factory in Havana's residential Vedado neighborhood. From Thursday through...
2511 NW 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33127, USA
Plant the Future is the Miami institution responsible for the wacky 3D plant cartoons you see here -- and for some of the city's most interesting plant-based murals. Stop by the store to check out their living wall or just head to One Hotel South...
Wynwood, Miami, FL, USA
The Wynwood district is a pleasant change from the glazed body parade of South Beach. Art is everywhere: on gallery walls, on exterior walls, even on the sidewalk--and the Wynwood Walls are a one stop shop for it all. Wander the impressive murals,...
405 NW 26th St, Miami, FL 33127, USA
Zak the Baker is Miami's local bread guru. His first cafe in the Wynwood District is so popular that locals queue for an hour to sit down over his surprisingly elegant slices of avocado toast, towering quiches, or wildly delicious and tender...
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