Miami is a concoction of a number of diverse cultures. A large portion of the city's population is made up of people from Cuba, Puerto Rico and Haiti; but cuisines from all over the world can be found in Miami. The Latin culture has also had an influence on Miami's nightlife scene, with many establishments featuring Latin music and dance. Plan your next holiday destination in Miami, Florida, where there is no shortage of exciting nightlife and is quickly becoming a haven for foodies. For the most centralized hotel in Miami, stay at Hilton Miami Downtown and stay close to all the excitement.
Feed the foodie in you and get the authentic taste of Cuba without actually entering the country. In a casual atmosphere, a small family-owned restaurant called, Exquisito Restaurant in Little Havana is where you will find lechón asado (classic Cuban roasted pork), vaca frita (shredded beef) with tostones (fried plantains), yuca frita (fried casava) and arroz moro (rice with beans). Exquisito Restaurant has built a loyal fan base with the locals, as it’s been in this location for the last 30 years. It was also rated as one of the best Cuban Miami restaurants by the Miami News Times in 2013.
For a more chic and stylish setting without compromising your palate, try one of USA Today’s top ten Miami Restaurants, SushiSamba. The sexy surroundings make for a great choice for an evening of romance. The food is a seductive mix of Peruvian, Japanese and Brazilian dishes. They serve traditional dishes and inventive fusions such as Sashimi Seviche, Tuna Tataki and Samba Rolls such as, BoBo Brazil, which is seared wagyu beef, avocado, kaiware, shiso, red onion, and chimichurri ponzuand. Another highlight at SushiSamba is the two spectacular bars positioned at opposite ends of the restaurant where you can order a caipirinha or sake.
The night is just beginning after a satiating meal. Miami is truly a city that never sleeps because bars, lounges and dance clubs are open from dusk till dawn. A great place to get a feel of Miami nightlife is Mango’s Tropical Café. This Havana style hot spot has live music and entertainment. The entertainment differs from night to night. Sometimes it’s sexy salsa dancers or a Cuban conga show with bright colored feathered costumes, and other times it is the amazing Brazilian Carnival show or sing and dance with the Mariachi band. Enjoy classic cocktails at Mango’s Tropical Café as you experience the electrifying atmosphere that is known as Miami nightlife.
When your hotel in Miami is the Hilton Miami Downtown, you will never have to travel far to find top rated Miami restaurants or exotic Miami nightlife. The Exquisito Restaurant in Little Havana, SushiSamba in Miami Beach o Mango’s Tropical Café in South Beach, are all within a five mile radius of the Hilton Miami Downtown. Our modern and luxurious guestrooms with our Hilton Serenity beds that include an exclusive Suite Dreams mattress and box springs and Super Topper mattress pad will have you feeling refreshed every morning. On days when you just want to relax, enjoy the panoramic views of Miami’s skyline and waterfront views of Biscayne Bay from our 7th floor roof top terrace pool while taking a dip or sipping on a cocktail. Hilton Miami Downtown is the ultimate hotel in Miami for comfort and convenience.