Word of Mouth: Little Havana, Miami

A dynamic hub of Latin culture, cuisine and tradition

Little Havana is arguably one of Miami’s most dynamic neighborhoods, yet finds itself often overlooked by out-of-town visitors who tend to default to the beach-centric revelry of South Beach. A longtime enclave for Spanish-speaking transplants from the Caribbean (namely Cuba), as well as other Central and South American countries, Little Havana flourishes as an unapologetically authentic hub of Latin culture, cuisine and tradition. Designated a …

Copenhagen Street Dog

Two sausage-obsessed Danes bring the much-loved juicy, smoked pølse to Brooklyn

Let’s be real: for most, the blissfully ignorant days of loving the classic American hot dog are over. Because, well, we just don’t know what’s in those things. But rather than picking up an impostor in the health food aisle, why not turn to Denmark: a country equally enamored with traditional casual sausages. The difference between the two? The Danish pølse, as it’s called, is …

Vegetarian Hot Dogs at Le Tricycle

The Parisian street food bike team open up their first restaurant with creative twists on a classic

Those in Paris may have spotted Coralie Jouhier and Daqui Gomis cruising through the streets, bringing vegetarian hotdogs to the masses on their food bike service Le Tricycle. A loyal following has now resulted in a newly opened brick-and-mortar restaurant, so people can satisfy their cravings for Le Tricycle’s creative, healthy fast food offerings—with musically influenced names like “Dogtor Dre” and “Le Snoop Dogg”—any time …