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Cuban culture infuses Miami's dining scene; in fact, more than 34 percent of the city's population hails from the Caribbean island, according to the Travel Channel. Go to Miami's Little Havana neighborhood to eat at one of the tastiest Cuban restaurants, Puerto Sagua. Other good choices are Las Olas Café, Moreno Cuba, and Havana 1957, according to reviews on Yelp. The sea food in Florida is out-of-this world delicious. Some iconic dishes include the Key Lime pie, gator bites, conch fritters, swamp cabbage, and rock shrimp.