Little Havana is one of Miami’s oldest neighborhoods and, despite its name, has a diverse mix of culture, cuisine, and history to explore that includes and goes beyond the Cuban diaspora.
And longtime residents are doing their best to preserve the neighborhood as development encroaches on the historic neighborhood from nearby Brickell and Downtown Miami.
With all of this in mind, we’re looking to explore Little Havana and could use an assist from you all.
We asked what questions you had about Little Havana and its history, culture, or character and, after having you all vote on a set of three questions from the ones you all submitted, we have a winner…
We’ll be answering Johann Ali‘s question: “What exactly was the cause of the neighborhood becoming the anchor point for Cuban immigrants?”
Head here to check out our response to Johann’s question.