Why is one of Miami’s most popular theme Havana Nights Miami? For one very simple reason, Miami is a diverse melting pot of cultures which makes Miami one of the most interesting and exciting places to visit and live. A large and vital part of Miami is the Cuban community. Little Havana is in the heart of Miami and is full of history and culture. The Little Havana community is approximately 25 blocks wide, it is comprised of cuban restaurants, fresh fruit markets and of course, the world renowned Cuban cigars factories. One of the most impressive street in Little Havana, is the Calle Ocho, which is known for its street parties.
When you groups come to South Florida, Havana is one of the more popular themes that come to mind. This can be accomplished with utilizing authentic Latin accents that are readily available in our local areas. The recent event we did for a corporate group was held at The Bath Club centrally located in Miami Beach in the middle of Miami Beach’s social scene. The Bath Club was built in 1926 which at one time was an avocado plantation. Robert A. Taylor, a famous architect, designed and built The Bath Club.
The group was brought back into time as we created genuine Havana event. The scene is pure vintage Cuba, reminiscent of the luxurious hacienda of a rich tobacco or sugar plantation owner. This ambiance of laid-back Latin elegance can be created with earthy tones, centerpieces embellished with cigar boxes and conga drums. Simply take your cue from our complete arrangement of creative table settings and decor elements, exotic buffet menu and cocktails, and even party attire and music—all with a definite Cuban accent. So bring out the rum. It’s time for some fun complete with a Flamenco guitarist, live Cuban band and a Casino!