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Free entry: Smorgasburg Miami celebrates Latino food, culture at two venues

Nothing says Hispanic Heritage Month and Latin culture like music and food. This year, for 2023, Smorgasburg Miami is offering a culinary journey to celebrate the aromas and flavors from Cuba, Puerto Rico, Argentina, Mexico, Spain, Venezuela, Peru, Colombia, and more.

This is a FREE entry event suitable for families at two locations:

But it's not just about food; you’ll also have the opportunity to learn salsa with the guidance of Dominican dance teacher Randy Santos Dance Studio; test your skills in a lively Domino contest, let your creativity flow with coloring for kids, and groove to the beats of the Puerto Rican salsa band Mofongo de Plena.

On the culinary side, 60 vendors will showcase special dishes highlighting different Hispanic and Latino street food.

Visit: Smorgasburg Miami Celebrates Hispanic Latino Heritage Month for more details.

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Mary Lou Cruz

About Mary Lou Cruz

I worked at the South Florida Sun Sentinel for 21 years, as an Advertising Special Sections Writer; Editorial Systems Editor in Technology; and Editorial Assistant in the Newsroom. Before my newspaper career, I worked in the airline and travel industry and I have lived in Brazil, Puerto Rico and vacationed in more than 25 countries. Originally, I'm from Maryland. I moved to Florida in 1984 and raised my daughter in Miami. Email:

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