Miami is already the hottest spot in the state but these hot drinks make it sizzle. Sample a hot toddy, sip on hot chocolate, spike an Irish coffee or savor a Cuban coffee. The choice is yours!
When ordering tapas, or small plates, a couple delicious bites can leave a lasting impression. It’s not quite a dinner entrée, but it doesn’t cost as much as one either. With that in mind, here are great tapas in Miami – small plates that make the mark both on price and portion – that deserve a taste.
Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney was in town Wednesday looking to boost his support amongst Hispanic voters. His vice-presidential nominee, Representative Paul Ryan, is also coming to Miami on Saturday to further push their candidacy in the Latino community.
Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich was in South Florida Friday to meet with voters and talked about a Cuban Spring as a key part of his foreign policy.
Newt Gingrich’s presidential campaign has fallen on hard times in New Hampshire and Iowa, but he’s in South Florida Thursday night and Friday to try and kick-start his supporters.
Cuban food is very popular in South Florida. Some of the favorite Cuban dining spots for locals are: Versailles Restaurant, Sergio’s, Casa Larios, Bongo’s Cuban Cafe , and Rio Cristal.
A Little Havana landmark which is a go-to stop for politicians seeking support from South Florida’s Cuban-American community is celebrating its 40th year in business.