LGBTQ Friendly Restaurants in Miami

Here at Havana 1957, we’re excited to celebrate Pride Month this June! We’re a thoroughly LGBTQ-friendly Miami restaurant, proud to welcome everybody to our festive table—which happens to be decked out with some of the best and most authentic Cuban fare in South Florida.

LGBTQ Pride Month

LGBTQ Pride Month commemorates the Stonewall Riots, a protest in Manhattan on June 28th, 1969 that ranks among the most pivotal events of the modern gay liberation movement. Originally a Gay Pride Day on the last Sunday of June served to honor that turning point, but its observance eventually spread beyond a single day and resulted in a full month devoted to remembering the Riots and celebrating the LGBTQ community and all of its supporters.

This year is the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots, and an extra-special Pride Month is planned for New York City to mark the occasion. Miami also heartily celebrates LGBTQ Pride Month, with festivities underway June 21st through June 23rd in the city’s Wynwood Arts District. From concerts and DJ sessions to art installations and lip-sync battles, Wynwood Pride will pull out all the stops—and, in the process, help raise money for the local non-profits Pridelines, Survivors Pathway, and Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice.

If you’re taking part in the proceedings, we invite you to join us here at Havana 1957 for a wonderful meal during the proceedings!

Dine at Havana 1957 This June

With five locations across the Greater Miami area—Lincoln Road, Espanola Way, Ocean Drive, Breakwater Hotel (Ocean Drive), and Pembroke Pines—it’s easy to make a fabulous Cuban meal at Havana 1957 part of your Pride Month celebrations.

Kick off your action-packed day with a Havana 1957 breakfast—maybe our Tortilla Cubana Omelette or our Big Havana Breakfast—or join us for lunch or dinner anchored by, for instance, our signature dish—a Cuban family recipe of roasted chicken paired with white rice, black beans, roasted potatoes, and sweet plantains and topped with delectable Cuban gravy—or some other devilishly good entrée. Our starters alone—croquetas, truffle yucca fries, stuffed green plantains (Tostones Rellenos), and more—are worth seeking us out for.

Show your true colors this pride with a cocktail that is packed to the punch with flavor. Made with white wine, orange juice & Peachtree liquor, the Pride Punch at Havana 1957 is available for $13.95 throughout the month of June. Throw in all sorts of other great libations—including some of the finest mojitos and Cuba Libres you’ll find in Miami—and an atmosphere that evokes the Cuban capital in its swinging, 1950s-era heyday, and you’ve got an unbeatable spot at which to toast LGBTQ Pride Month in South Florida.