Miami: A Taste of Little Havana

by Paul Stafford  |  Published October 26, 2017

Shay Mitchell brings us to the cultural pulse of Miami in Little Havana, where the Cuban population is writ large. After refugees fled the Caribbean island during the years after the Cuban Revolution in 1959, many came to reside in the beachfront city of Miami. In one of her trademark Shaycation series of videos, Shay tries authentic Cuban-American food, meets a cacahuete vendor and takes a rumba dance lesson with a pro. The video includes some good tips on where to visit in Little Havana and what gastronomic adventures to take.

Source: Shay Mitchell