Miami-Dade Public Library
To learn more about Florida (especially South Florida), take a browse through the extensive Florida Dept, or ask to see the Romer...
South Florida – a land of escaped slaves, guerilla Native Americans, gangsters, land grabbers, pirates, tourists, drug dealers and...
Dade County Courthouse
If you end up on trial here, at least you’ll get a free tour of one of the most imposing courthouses in the USA. Built between 1925 and...
Miami Hispanic Ballet
Directed by Cuban-trained Pedro Pablo Peña, this troupe presents mainly classical ballets based out of the Miami Hispanic Cultural Arts...
If you need karmic balance (or just tasty vegetarian fare), try this neighborhood health-food staple. Located next to the courthouse,...
La Cocotte information
French Caribbean fare? Yes please! This innovative spot was sorely needed to spice up the otherwise slightly bland lunchtime fare usually found Downtown. The plantains Creole, served with scotch-bonnet slaw (hot!) and pulled pork or shrimp, or hearty brown stew chicken with carrots, onion and rosemary, are all as rich and tasty as they sound. Expect to leave lunch with a slightly expanded paunch.