Hidden gems in Little Haiti for culture, entertainment and shopping

Little Haiti Street Art. PHOTO: Jorge Ramirez

Spending the day in Little Haiti? Make sure you put these galleries and institutions on your itinerary. 

Gallery Diet 

Charlap Hyman & Herrero

Gallery Diet is a contemporary art gallery. 6315 NW Second Ave., 305-571-2288, gallerydiet.com.

Libreri Mapou

Libreri Mapou, a landmark that attracts community movers and shakers, is a Creole and French bookstore that also offers Creole classes. 5919 NE Second Ave., 305-757-9922.

The Little Haiti Cultural Center

 

The Little Haiti Cultural Center hosts many events including concerts, art exhibits, culinary events and other cultural programming. 260 NE 59th Ter., 305-960-2969, littlehaiticulturalcenter.com

Majestical Lips

Majestical Lips offers teas, spices, natural herbs and such. They also host poetry slams on the third Friday of the month. 4320 NW Second Ave., 786-505-4777

Moksha Family Arts Collective

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Caitlin Granfield

Moksha Family Arts Collective is a mixed-use space of artists, musicians and general creative types. Gallery/studio at 599 NW 71st St., 305-757-7277, mokshafamily.org

Sweat Records

Sweat Records is a cafe, music store and neighborhood hot spot. The cafe is vegan and has tasty specialty coffee drinks using soy and almond milk. 5505 NE Second Ave., 786-693-9309, sweatrecordsmiami.com

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