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Little Haiti

Miami, FL
+1 818-536-4261
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A Caribbean style marketplace and a replica of the Iron Market in Port-au-Prince mark this neighborhood as the center of Haitian culture in Miami.
  • Excellent13%
  • Very good10%
  • Average18%
  • Poor23%
  • Terrible36%
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“haitian food” (8 reviews)
“cultural life” (2 reviews)
Miami, FL
+1 818-536-4261
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Reviewed 25 May 2017 via mobile

Very run down. Truly no unique shopping. Spend your time in Little Havana. Great restaurant's and felt very safe in Little Havana. Don't waste your time.

Thank Purpleladyranae
Reviewed 8 May 2017

Little Haiti is a blossoming neighborhood, where you will find new artists, indie music and food expressions. Of course, you will not find the same “bling-bling” as in other parts of Miami, however, you will find something that it is authentic and different from any...More

6  Thank Guillermo F
Reviewed 4 May 2017 via mobile

We worked in Haiti for 4 years. The people are the best in the world. The sinbad hotel is great and the food is delicious. Loved the cultural center and it is very safe to walk around at night

2  Thank John d
Reviewed 26 March 2017

Disappointed about this area of Miami, maybe I havent been to the good places but it's far away to reach by bus from the city center. It's probably more interesting in case of any events that could happen there.

Thank etisarah
Reviewed 9 March 2017

Visited Miami/Miami Beach February 2017 . On our trips we like to see the local culture and not to be part of the herd. We usually purchase a tour book and make our own trip/walks - preferring to walk rather than just drive by in...More

Thank RhooseSeadog
Reviewed 7 March 2017 via mobile

Little Haiti isn't for everyone if you're trying to be in the south beach scene/Snapchat of Miami this isn't for you. There's a great cultural center, delicious Haitian food (chef Creole, Haitian bakery on 62nd st and NM ave, an many more) go to Karnaval...More

6  Thank Daphney G
Reviewed 12 August 2016

Ugly side of the City of Miami nothing interesting there just Hoses with lack of colors and holes in the streets

3  Thank Dargel
Reviewed 30 July 2016

I can't stress enough that this is not really a tourist destination and is also not an especially safe area within Miami. Earlier tonight there were guys hanging out sitting in front of a dry cleaner store in addition to the usual places for loitering,...More

1  Thank Bruce M
Reviewed 26 May 2016

Aside from the two "vendors" we saw selling Haitian flags, or Haitian themed t-shirts, hats, etc.... there is nothing to see in Little Haiti. We stopped at a Record store that was not very good. We stopped at a "store" for a pastry that was...More

1  Thank IA_Hawks
Reviewed 3 April 2016

Probably not as dangerous as the actual Haiti but I am uncertain there is really much to draw someone here especially as a tourist. There are some interesting murals on a few walls and some other places that have graffiti which can be viewed as...More

Thank Bruce M
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suzanna f
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Response from G C | Reviewed this property |
Unfortunately Little Haiti is surrounded by bad neighborhoods . I agree government should do something about it, but since these are low income areas, they will do nothing about it. There a lot of nice tourist attractions... More