From the shores of South Beach to Little Havana to the graffiti-filled alleyways of the Wynwood District, the experiences Miami offers are as varied as the individuals that call Miami home.
Cuban born TV personality Ismael Cala walks CNN through the zen gardens of Villa Vizcaya and reminisces about his childhood over a plate of the Cuban staple, picadillo.
Chef Lorena Garcia shows us around the ever-changing Design District and tastes the fusion of Latin American flavors at her favorite Miami restaurant.
We end our journey with Jorge Gomez, a member of the Grammy-nominated band Tiempo Libre, to find out where he goes to get the best Cuban cigars and mojitos in town.
Owned by a Venezuelan family from Portugal, this little bakery with an unassuming storefront in Miami Beach is filled with shelves of delicious snacks and desserts from all across South America.
Miami locals stop in to pick up everything from traditional Venezuelan cheese sticks called tequeños to the decadent cuatro leches cake.
It serves some of the best empanadas in town. Stuffed with cumin seasoned ground beef flecked with raisins and olives, they’re best eaten with a cup of cafe con leche.
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