5 Best Latin American Spots in Miami

The 5 best Latin American spots in Miami

a close up of a plate of food with stew: Versailles Restaurant | Photo: Lynn S. /Yelp

© Photo: Lynn S./Yelp Versailles Restaurant | Photo: Lynn S. /Yelp

Looking to satisfy your appetite for Latin American fare?

Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the top Latin American spots around Miami, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of where to fill the bill.1. Versailles Restaurant

a white plate topped with meat and vegetables: photo: lynn s./ yelp

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Topping the list is Versailles Restaurant. Located at 3555 S.W. Eighth St. in Alameda – West Flagler, the Cuban and Latin American spot, which offers coffee and tea and more, is the most popular Latin American restaurant in Miami, boasting four stars out of 4,414 reviews on Yelp.2. Fiorito

a plate of food on a table: Photo: Philip t./ Yelp

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Next up is the Little Haiti’s Fiorito, situated at 5555 N.E. Second Ave. With 4.5 stars out of 343 reviews on Yelp, the Argentine, Latin American and Spanish spot has proven to be a local favorite.3. Wynwood Kitchen & Bar

a close up of a glass cup on a table: Photo: Emily H./ Yelp

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Wynwood Kitchen & Bar, located at 2550 N.W. Second Ave., is another top choice, with Yelpers giving the New American and Latin American spot, which offers tapas and more, four stars out of 1,122 reviews.4. Jaguar Latin-American Kitchen

a bowl of food: Photo: samantha i./ Yelp

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Jaguar Latin-American Kitchen, a Latin American and Peruvian spot, is another go-to, with four stars out of 846 Yelp reviews. Head over to 3067 Grand Ave. to see for yourself.5. Sushi KONG Miami

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And then there’s Sushi KONG Miami, a Coral Way favorite with four stars out of 509 reviews. Stop by 3000 Coral Way to hit up the sushi bar, Japanese and Latin American spot next time the urge strikes.

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Let’s get loud! Jennifer Lopez is in talks to headline the halftime show at Super Bowl LIV, multiple sources tell Us Weekly exclusively.Super Bowl Halftime Performers Through the Years

Fans have been campaigning for J. Lo, 50, to take the NFL stage for years — and the February 2020 championship game in Miami would be an ideal time to do it. She and her fiancé, Alex Rodriguez, have close ties to the city, where the former New York Yankee grew up and the couple often vacation together.

“Yeah, [I’ve] thought about the Super Bowl and it’s in Miami. It’s a big deal, but we’ll see,” Lopez teased to Entertainment Tonight in July. “They make their own decisions over there [at the NFL].”

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Jennifer Lopez performs in El Alamein, Egypt. MAHMOUD AHMED/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock Celebrities Who Love Football

Meanwhile, Jay-Z, who partnered with the football league in August and will consult on the halftime show, played coy about rumors that the Shades of Blue alum is in the running to headline.

“Sometimes it may happen and it may wind up that the person is from the city that they perform,” the rapper, 49, said at a press conference in August. “But you don’t want to get in that space ‘cause then who performs in Tampa [in 2021]?”

If Lopez does, in fact, sign on the dotted line, she has plenty of potential special guests to choose from (not that she needs any). Her frequent collaborators Pitbull and Enrique Iglesias hail from Miami, and her ex-husband Marc Anthony is also known to regularly visit the Floridian city.Jennifer Lopez’s Most Iconic Music Video Looks

2019 has been a banner year for the “On the Floor” singer. She and Rodriguez, 44, got engaged in March, her megasuccessful It’s My Party tour traveled the world this summer and she is now getting Oscar buzz for her role in Hustlers.

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Jennifer Lopez performs at Yarkon Park in Tel Aviv, Israel. ABIR SULTAN/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock

As Super Bowl headliner, Lopez would join the ranks of entertainers including Michael Jackson (1993), U2 (2002), Paul McCartney (2005), Prince (2007), Madonna (2012), Beyoncé (2013), Katy Perry (2015), Lady Gaga (2017), Justin Timberlake (2018) and Maroon 5 (2019).