The name of this Haitian bakery explains what you should be eating here: ice cream. It’s rich, creamy, and almost closer in consistency to sorbet. Their tropical flavors come in a handful of varieties like pineapple, passionfruit, strawberry and more refreshing scoops that are incredibly appropriate for a hot summer day. But they also serve a handful of very tasty meat patties here, which resemble pastelitos in the texture and flakiness of the dough. They are stuffed with chicken, beef, herring, and the perfect size for a snack before dinner if you happen to have a late reservation at Boia De down the street.
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Frice is a scoop shop inside The Citadel in Little Haiti. Their ice cream is incredibly good.
Naomi’s Garden Restaurant and Lounge
Naomi’s is a classic spot in Little Haiti serving Haitian and Caribbean food. You can take it to-go or eat it in their pretty courtyard.
Sixty10 is an outdoor rotisserie chicken spot in Little Haiti with a ton of picnic-table seating that’s also BYOB.
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Panther Coffee MiMo
Panther’s MiMo location is small, but serves some of Miami’s best coffee and is a good spot to get some work done if you can nab a seat.
La Social is a casual cafe in the Upper East Side that works for a quiet lunch, breakfast, or brunch.
Zak The Baker
Zak The Baker is a Wynwood bakery where you will find the best breads and pastries in Miami.
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Boia De is a little Italian spot in Buena Vista that’s perfect for a date or dinner with a few friends.
Mandolin Aegean Bistro
Mandolin Aegean Bistro in the Design District serves very solid Mediterranean food on a beautiful outdoor patio.
Chef Creole Seasoned Kitchen
Chef Creole is where to go in Little Haiti for classic Haitian dishes like conch, griot, and stewed oxtail.
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