Get Your Sweet Tooth on at Patisserie Marie Beliard
Patisserie Marie Beliard in Petion-Ville is a pastry, sandwich, and appetizer restaurant, with a superior reputation for serving the best Haitian culinary food in the area.
Lunch items include ham-and-cheese paninis and biscuit turnovers, stuffed with meat, chicken, or seafood fillings.
The patisserie excels in desserts, creating such classics as cheese cake, éclairs, napoleons, and croissants.
Restaurant reviewers use such superlatives as "the best bakery in town", "can't live without it", and "everything is exquisitely delicious".
Angle Rue Faubert & Lambert - Pétion-Ville, Haiti
Le Foyer Bakery--to hear customers tell it--makes the best Haitian pates in all of Haiti. The item is so popular people turn up to order them when the bakery opens at 7 am.
A Caribbean turnover made of biscuit dough and stuffed with a choice of chicken, ground beef, or salt cod, they fly off the trays, baked fresh all day long. For an inexpensive and savory breakfast on-the-run, start your day at Le Foyer Bakery.
132 Babson St., Mattapan Square
New York City's Sullivan Street Bakery new location in Little Haiti, in Miami
Two New Redevelopment Projects Slated for Little Haiti
Little Haiti is welcoming new redevelopment projects. The latest one happens in Little Haiti in Florida when NYC Sullivan Street Bakery and Perricone's Marketplace & Café will be built on two pieces of land. Perricone spent $2.76 million for both parcels.
Sullivan Street Bakery has two stores in Hell's Kitchen and Chelsea, and delivers bread to 250 NYC restaurants.
Other developers like Avra Jain and a California corporation are also planning projects in Lemon City.
The new location of Sullivan Street Bakery in Little Haiti is:
5550-5570 Northeast Fourth Avenue, Little Haiti, FL
"Tap Tap Haitian Restaurant" in Miami is a Haitian eatery, which was opened up with the inspiration of one time filmmaker Katherine Kean. The welcoming staff serves "authentic Haitian dishes like grilled goat, conch Creole and stewed oxtail, including an exceptionally "good Mojito" (a traditional Cuban highball that contains five main ingredients: white rum, sugar, lime juice, sparkling water, and mint). The warm service adds to the charm of bright, colorful mural artwork that provides "food for your spirit." Their Menus shows five items of Appetizers (Pumpkin soup, Goat Tidbits , Spicy Marinated Conch Ceviche, etc), three salad items (Avocado and Tomato Salad, Mango, Watercress, Carrots and Mixed Greens, etc), eight side dishes (like White Rice with Beans Sauce, Grilled Corn, etc), eleven items on Gwoplat / Entrees (like Shrimp in Creole or Coconut Sauce, Whole Fish In Lime Sauce, Grilled, or Fried, etc) and three Specialties From Charcoal Grill (Grilled Conch, Grilled chicken and Grilled goat).
819 5th St, Miami Beach, FL 33139
"Fair Trade Cafe" is an effort of the Lifecoast Church, Florida, to help Haitian coffee growers so that they receive a fair price for what they grow. Earlier, an average coffee farmer in Haiti used to earn a meager $0.65 to $1.00 on per pound of coffee produced in a 12 hour workday. However, with the help of 'Fair Trade Cafe' their daily earnings have grown up by almost 500%, translating that into $3.35 per pound of coffee. Their support to the Haitian coffee industry has helped immensely because Haitian coffee is a wonderful product; it hardly needs any introduction but a proper platform where it can be sold. Coffee has been a principal crop of the Caribbean nation of Haiti since the early 1700s; it was once a flourishing industry, but it has been crippled by decades of deforestation, political chaos and now, climate change--today it barely registers in the world survey. While most business works to increase its own stakeholder's wealth, the Lifecoast Church instead, is working to contribute towards the welfare of the Haitian coffee growers. They work in a cooperative model that works to ensure that a share of every purchase goes back to the island nation so that they can sustain and grow.
The Fair Trade Cafe is run by the volunteers of Lifecoast Church voluntarily as part of their community service without any profit motive. The ambience of the cafe has a great welcoming feeling. They will keep your cup filled with delicious Haitian coffee with other tasty mouth watering beverages and pastries.
A cup of coffee at Fair Trade Cafe is truly a cup of hope for Haitian coffee farmers.
WHAT: Fair Trade Cafe
WHERE: 4882 Palm Coast Parkway NW, Suite 1
HOURS: 7 a.m.-2 p.m. Monday - Friday
The Internationally renowned Chef Nadege Fleurimond is on visit in Haiti sponsored by the Public Diplomacy Office of the United States Embassy
Haitian Chef Fleurimond teaching Cooking and Business Skills to Entrepreneurs
Celebrated Haitian chef Nadege Fleurimond is coming to Haiti to talk about fusion cuisine while conducting cooking sessions and workshops for schools and women's groups. She will also teach participants about sanitation practices, marketing, and customer service to help them run their businesses.
Fleurimond has catered for many American celebrities including Stephen Colbert, Dr. Oz, and Viveca Fox. Fleurimond will be signing copies of "Haiti Uncovered" at La Reserve Restaurant.
This delicious drink, "Haitian Libation" was made famous by American President Franklin D. Roosevelt. In this picture, you could see him enjoying his favorite cocktail.
The only three terms US president, Franklin D. Roosevelt is considered to be one of the most productive presidents in the history of the United States. He took the country through World War II, managed to pull the country out of the great depression and is known for his signature New Deal.
Usually Roosevelt made his "Haitian Libation" with dark Haitian rum, mixed with orange juice, brown sugar, and egg white.
We have a winner right here in Little Haiti in Miami. Clive's Cafe which is located at: 5890 Northwest 2nd Avenue, Miami, FL 33127 in the center of Little Haiti has been named Best Jamaican Restaurant In Miami in 2014 by the305.com
As popular in Miami as Haitian cuisine, is that of the country's neighbor, Jamaica. One restaurant, Clive's Café, located in Little Haiti of all places and described as 'a little hole in the wall', has garnered itself the title of 2014's Best Jamaican Restaurant in Miami. The award, from 305.com, was due as much to the restaurant's famous jerk chicken, which stands out even among stiff competition in the surrounding area and the country at large, as to their consistent service and quality. Phone Number: (305) 757-6512
Here is a picture of the process of making cassave in Haiti. This was filmed by La Bonne Nouvelle where Frere Joel went to the city of Hinche and showed the actual process of making cassave in Haiti. The evengelist is doing something very positive in Haiti which is different from what the other Religious organizations are trying to do, which is showing the worst sections in Haiti to encourage people to give money
A visit was made to Adolphe Take Out Restaurant on August 9, 2014 to evaluate the quality of the services provided to the Haitian community in the Little Haiti area. The place is located in a shopping area popularly frequented by many Haitians. This restaurant is one of the tree major restaurants in the area specialized in Haitian food. The other two are: The Bakery Café Restaurant and Park Supermarket - Creole Cuisine.
Parking was not a problem when I came in. I was able to park easily in front of the restaurant. However, that is not usually the case, specially on Saturdays when many people come to the area to shop. As I entered the restaurant, I did not feel very welcomed. The type of smile and courtesy you expect in entering a restaurant was not there. The staff who was present would not initiate any conversation with me. It feels like I was more of a nuisance to them when I arrived.
The place looks relatively clean. I did not notice any hazardous materials neither
I proceed to request what they have available and with an attitude that seems to be against themselves they helped. When I asked if they have a business card to order in the future, they did not have anything like that available. It was not long for me to understand that the people working at the restaurant don't know anything about customer services. They did not seem to care either.
According to other people in the area, Adolphe Take Out restaurant has been in business for a while. It seems to me that the reason it has been able to remain in business is their price. They are also a wholesaler in the food business.
I would not refer someone to Adolphe Take Out restaurant because of their lack of customer skill. The only way I would come to eat at the restaurant is if there is nothing else available in the area
Adolphe Take Out Restaurant in Little Haiti
Address: 215 Ne 82 Street, Miami, FL 33138