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3 Places to Enjoy Latin Flavors in Miami

From coffee, to tacos, to ice cream — this is where to go.

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Miami is known for its vibrant hispanic culture, and you feel that as soon as you arrive. From Wynwood to Little Havana, you can dance, drink, and, eat your way through the city while experiencing so many flavors and cultures along the way. While you’re planning your next trip to the beach, or a balmy night out with a mojito in hand, be sure to hit these favorites for food and drinks:

Wynwood Cafe

The art in this cafe space is as colorful and modern as the surrounding environs of the Wynwood Arts District. Take your coffee go while you browse galleries and murals, or, if you stop by in the evening, sip a cocktail and listen to the DJ (or jazz band) du jour.

450 NW 27th St, Miami, FL 33127

Coyo Taco

Wynwood’s Coyo Taco satisfies all your taco and guacamole cravings, and then some. Beyond the burritos, bocadillos, and brightly colored tiled floors, there’s also a secret bar in the back that boasts some 50 bottles of tequila and mezcal. Long story short, this is more than your average fast-casual taco spot.

2300 NW 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33127

Azucar Ice Cream Company

Ice Cream with a Cuban twist is what you’ll find at Azucar. The Little Havana-based operation serves flavors like flan, café con leche, and a very Miami key lime pie. Ditch the cup and opt for a cone — they’re handmade and fresh as can be.

1503 SW 8th St, Miami, FL 33135

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