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Little Havana To Go

In 1999 a new landmark set its roots in the heart of Little Havana. It's Little Havana To Go the charming little store that promotes Cuban culture with its delightful array of Cuban Memorabilia.The store is an important spice in the tasty dish that is Little Havana, and it has become its official souvenir store, specializing in Cuban art, music, books clothing, as well as traditional items such as dominoes, coffee makers and fine cigars. Even some savory Cuban foods have found their home in this cultural haven that has won the admiration of locals and tourists alike.


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Cuba name printed

    Description:Cuba name printed

Little Havana Cigar

Description:Little Havana Cigar

Cubanito Spining Top

Description:Cubanito Spining Top

Havana name printed

Description:Havana name printed

Universidad de la Habana

Description:Universidad de la Habana

Cubanito Kite

Description:Cubanito Kite







COA Crusher

Description:COA Crusher



Little Havana Miami Florida

Description:Little Havana Miami Florida

Afro Latino Putumayo

Description:Afro Latino Putumayo

Celia Cruz The Beginning

Description:Celia Cruz The Beginning

Cuban Masters

Description:Cuban Masters

Boleros I

Description:Boleros I

Cuba Libre

Description:Cuba Libre

Cuban Swing

Description:Cuban Swing

Domino Double 9

Description:Domino Double 9

Mini Domino

Description:Mini Domino

Cuba Spoon

Description:Spoon Cuba 

Letter Opener Coat of Arms

Description:Letter Opener Coat of Arms

Bell Ceramic Cuban Flag

Description:Bell Ceramic Cuban Flag

Historia de Cuba

Description:Historia de Cuba

Cook Book Old Havana

Description:Cook Book Old Havana

Revista El Comico Tres Patines

Description:Revista El Comico Tres Patines

Historia de Cuba

Description:Historia de Cuba

Directorio Telefonico

Description:Directorio Telefonico


  • Little Havana Cultural (Domino)

    Address: S.W. 15th Avenue and 8th Street.
    Year Built: 2004
    Architect/Landscape Architect/Planner:
    Osvaldo J. Perez R.A./ Laura Llerena & Associates Inc./ Jose R. Casanova Jr. 
    Urban plaza adjacent to Domino Park with wall mural, over sized domino game, tinajones, and colorful undulating paving pattern.

  • El Credito Cigar Manufacturers

    Address: 1100 S.W. 8th Street.
    Year Built: Storefronts tracing their origins to 1935
    The largest hand rolled cigar company in Miami-Dade County, El Credito traces its origins to Cuba in 1907. The same Perez-Carillo family operates the business today in a complex of Art Deco-styled buildings. Clients include or have included President Bill Clinton, Bill Cosby, and Robert Goulet.

  • Domino (Maximo Gomez) Park

    Address: 1444 S.W. 8th Street
    Year Built: 1976
    Characteristics / Remarks: 
    Named after Dominican-born General Maximo Gomez. Mostly elder Cuban men meet daily to play dominos and chess. A mural of Central, South America and Caribbean presidents was painted at the time of the Summit of The Americas in 1994.

  • Cuban Memorial Plaza

    Address: SW 13th Avenue from SW 8th to 10th Street
    Year Built: 1971
    Landscape Architect/Planner: Albert Perez / Jose R. Casanova, Jr.
    The Torch of Brigade 2506, the centerpiece of the plaza, was placed there at the same time, and it memorializes the 104 men of Brigade 2506, and four American pilots killed in the ill-fated Bay of Pigs invasion of Cuba, April 17, 1961. Important area for Cuban exile political demonstrations. The Statue of the Virgin Mary was placed there in the mid-1980’s, the map of Cuba in 1979, and a monument of Nestor “Tony” Izquierdo in 1992. Izquierdo, a former Bay of Pigs prisoner, who lost his life fighting with the Somoza’s forces against the Sandinistas in Nicaragua. The Plaza contains the bust of Major General Antonio Maceo created in 1975, by Hispanic chapter of VFW Post; the bust was executed by sculptor Tony Lopez. VFW honors Maceo, a Cuban freedom fighter killed in the 1890s, every December 7, the date of his death.The torch was created in the early 1980s, and was moved to its present location from today’s Jorge Mas Canosa Park in another part of East Little Havana. When a recently released prisoner arrives there, his arrival is usually accompanied by a ceremony near the torch.

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