If you are a food stylist, food blogger, gourmet chef, caffeine junkie or just a keen foodie, you definitely are more worried about your salad being finely chopped than your appearance. To keep up with your food cravings there are these street food fairs, wine tasting events and food festivals in Miami. For all the foodies who are avid learners; there are cooking workshops, baking workshops, cake making classes in Miami and a lot more. You can also explore various food truck festivals happening in the Miami.
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Miami is definitely one of the most visited tourist destinations in the southern United States. Known for its party culture, it is only a given Miami would be a haven for foodies too. Some of the best Cuban food and food trucks in Miami have attained legendary status among visitors. Food and wine festivals in Miami also sees a large influx of visitors every year too.
Having a large number of Cuban residents in the city has meant that the city already has a lot of places for some authentic, amazing Cuban food. In fact, some of the best places to eat are the food trucks in Miami and the Cuban restaurants. While it is not located in the magnanimous streets of Little Havana, the best Cuban food in Miami is said to be in Puerto Sagua. This is close to the South Beach, and the food is definitely worth the wait even if the place is clogged by the locals and the Spring Breakers. Visitors have never been disappointed with the food served at the restaurant – the ambiance of the old Havana projecting from the walls and the proximity to the beach are amazing too.
Exquisito Restaurant can be hard to find, even though its reputation precedes itself. The restaurant is situated in Calle Ocho, which is the main street in Little Havana. The Cuban specialties in the place are part of most Miami food tours, and the budget-conscious visitors consider the dishes to be the soul food here. The most iconic Cuban restaurant in the city is called the Versailles, which is on Calle Ocho too. The place sells amazing traditional Cuban sandwiches and is sure to be packed every day.
Ms. Cheezious may have had amazing success over the last few years and may have expanded onto two standalone stores, but you can still find the throwback to where they came from evident in the food truck that roams the streets of Miami. The Frito pie and the sandwiches, along with the fried chicken is a must have for any visitor.
Don Mofongo is meant for people who visit Miami and want to experience some of the soul food in Miami. As the name implies, the specialty of the truck is Mofongo itself – it is a smashed plantain Caribbean delicacy which is made with chicharrones and Garlic sauce too. Domingo and grilled churrasco are worth a try, from the truck. One of the best food trucks Miami, El Rey de la Fritas, can now be found in four stores around the city, or in their bright yellow food truck. The handmade Cuban burger, called fritas can be sampled as well.
The Miami Seafood festival definitely deserves mention here, since it has been running for over 50 years now. You can choose from a wide range of crustaceans freshly delivered from the ocean. The International Miami food and wine festival are also one to look out for since there is a lot of awesome food options from around the world on display. You should definitely visit Miami, if you want to enjoy some amazing festivities.
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