Known for its creative global restaurants, colorful street murals and fruit stands, Caribbean-style Little Haiti also has a flourishing art scene centered on small, indie galleries. The Little Haiti Cultural Complex showcases Afro-Caribbean art, dance and theater, while the large covered Caribbean Marketplace sells produce and locally made handicrafts. The area's record stores and dive bars draw a hip crowd to the city.
On the northern edge of Little Haiti is Miami's Little River neighborhood, one of the oldest to be established as an agricultural zone. However, it has recently attracted a younger demographic since artists and developers transformed Little River into one of Miami’s most vibrant commercial and residential areas.