Calle Ocho is named after the Little Havana main street in Miami. Little Havana is multicultural Miami at it's best; a melting-pot of different (Latin American) cultures.
Imagine the ever-present aroma of Cuban coffee and cigars, salsa music and the best mix of different cuisines. From Cuban to Mexican and from Carribean to Tex- Mex.
The Miami street food culture is the inspiration for Calle Ocho’s kitchen.
The chefs make the best fresh salsa's from scratch and think of the most tasteful combinations, like authentic Cuban ropa vieja, a Mexican smokey tinga chicken taco and the most flavorful ceviches.
Every dish is homemade and prepared with a lot of amor!