Where to Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in Miami

From Spain to the Caribbean and South America, Latin people from all over the world have made Miami their home. There’s no better city for celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month than Miami, where Latin influences can be found on virtually every street and in every neighborhood. This September, celebrate Latin culture and history at these eclectic and lively spots throughout the city.

Explore Calle Ocho in Little Havana.

Miami’s vibrant Cuban heart beats on Calle Ocho, the main street that runs through Little Havana. Head to a walk-up window to try a cafecito (Cuban espresso) or join the cigar-smoking locals at some of the best Cuban cigar shops in the city. Lively games of dominoes take place in Maximo Gomez Park, while the famous Los Pinareños Fruteria serves fresh fruit and juice in an open-air market that’s been open for more than 50 years.

Experience Viernes Culturales (Cultural Fridays).

Every third Friday of the month, family fun awaits at Domino Plaza in Little Havana. The popular art and culture festival offers art, music, dancing, and more for the entire family.

Eat at Versailles Restaurant.

The world’s most famous Cuban restaurant has been serving Miami since 1971. The iconic Cuban restaurant serves traditional fare (ceviche, croquettes, yuca fries) as well as other Spanish dishes, such as Andalusian-style pigs feet and Catalonian-style meatballs. 

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in Miami.

While you can have these experiences all year long, Hispanic Heritage Month is a great time to immerse yourself in Miami’s Latin culture. When you book direct on our website, you’ll find the best available rate for your stay on Miami Beach.