Restaurant Little Haiti
Here is a picture of the future home of The Citadel food Hall in Little Haiti.
It is a fact that Miami serves up an abundance of culture at every neighborhood, on every street corner. The city is always in a constant state to remain poised for growth and change. Recently, Conway Commercial Real Estate and Urban Atlantic Group are planning to open a 10,000-square Food Hall called "The Citadel" on Little Haiti's northern boundary on NE Second Avenue. The space with about 20 favorite restaurants is slated to open sometime next year. There will be stalls for pizza, steak, sushi, Spanish tapas, and tacos. As per Thomas Conway, the principal of Conway Commercial, there will be places for bakery, coffee, wine bar and a butcher. It will have a nice blend of local and national operators who understand how neighborhoods develop through food. The Citadel will house multiple culinary concepts, creative workspaces, retail outlets, and a rooftop bar all out of a historical location.
Here is a piocture where Little Haiti residents are protesting gentrification of Little Haiti.
Gentrification is threatening to destroy the Little Haiti community. When wealthy people move into a neighborhood, they not only change the price of the place, they displace the poor people, and also change the culture of the place. The representatives from the Haitian Lawyers Association have told the longtime residents, business and property owners of Little Haiti remain watchful. Not to agree on verbal conversations, never to make any agreement without the presence of own lawyer. On December 3rd, the inhabitants of Little Haiti gathered in Miami's Little Haiti neighborhood to deliver messages about the rapidly changing neighborhood and its preservation: "Say no to gentrification, Little Haiti is not for sale, we want to stay." The residents and owners of Little Haiti does not want to follow the footsteps of the Wynwood Art District which was once a home of over 70 galleries and museums and was a haven for local artists in the early 2000s, However, the sudden surge in the real estate price, gentrification and higher rent forced many artists and gallery owners of Wynwood to migrate to some other nearby affordable locations.
When you are thinking about Little Haiti from now on, you might want to think twice. Here is another sign to show that Little Haiti is going through a major renovation. Cheeseburger Baby just opens its popular restaurant on NE 79th Street and NE Second Avenue in Miami which is a location surrendered by Haitian owed businesses
South Beach's Cheeseburger Baby is now also located at NE 79th Street and NE Second Avenue. A food truck-sized venue it occupies 260-square feet.
Owner Stephanie Vitori capitalizes on customers, who pass by Cheeseburger Baby on their way to work, offering them cortaditos and breakfast sandwiches.
Other reasonably-priced items on the menu include turkey burgers, BLTs, grilled cheese, and Philly cheese steaks. All ingredients are fresh-bought the same day, and cooked-to-order.
The Bakery Café and Restaurant is a hot-spot for Haitian comfort food and sweet treats. Located in Little Haiti, the venue is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Their specialties include pate and pain patate.
If you wish to get more information about the Bakery Café and Restaurant, and locate more Haitian bakeries across Florida like Le Pate Parfait Bakery and the New Florida Bakery Inc., download the Florida509 app to your Apple or Android cell phone.
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
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
You will never understand the beauty of Haitian cuisine unless you unveil the mystery of Creole menu in The Bakery Cafe Restaurant located in Little Haiti in Miami. Suppose you have heard a lot and like to taste grilled fish in a Haitian restaurant. However, you will be in the darkness as it is listed there in disguise as "Poisson". Similarly, you love chicken a lot but dare to taste "poul"; so you have to miss the taste of an exquisite delicacy of boiled chicken marinated in sour orange, lemon juice, garlic, scotch bonnet pepper and other seasonings. It is fried crispy before serving. Such list for missing items may be endless: Legim is a wonderful thick vegetable stew at The Bakery Cafe Restaurant in Little Haiti. Gumbo is similar to sausage with enough crab and miniscule shrimp, taso kabrit is goat meat, griot is fried pork chunks and there are many more. Eating at a family-run Haitian restaurant such as The Bakery Cafe Restaurant in Little Haiti may be your life time experience.
The Bakery Cafe Restaurant in Little Haiti
8250 NE 2nd Ave, Miami 33138
(At NE 82nd Terrace)