Topics: United States, Southern United States, Hispanic and Latino Americans Pages: 2 (481 words) Published: October 30, 2013
Perez Leydi

‘’Cubans contribution to the South Florida’s cultures’’

As many people know the United States is habited by millions of Hispanic people from different parts of the world. The Hispanics have developed a great impact on the American community. Latin’s people have influenced the culture of United States in a impressive way. In any part of the country we can meet a Cuban, a Venezuelan, a Puerto Rican, etc. However, when we refer to the community of South Florida as many people know Cubans have been contributing more in the culture of this city than any other in different aspects such as food, dance and traditions. First of all, South Florida is full of Cubans, so we want to mention some of his greatest contributions to this area, Here are some of the most popular Cubans restaurants in Florida : Bongos Cuban cafe, Mojitos, La Carreta and many others which provide the best Cuban food such as congris , yucca , rice with black beans, the delicious tamales and of course we have to mention its unique desserts like rice pudding, flan, and many more. The famous Cuban shakes are also very popular in Florida. For example: mamey milkshake, the milkshake of wheat, the famous Cuban coffee ‘’Cortadito’’ and the most fresher drink ‘’guarapo’’ that is delicious and unique. The Cubans have left their mark in South Florida with its varied food and shakes.

Secondly, nobody have the amount of adrenaline in their blood as Cubans have with its unique rhythm. Cubans have given the south tropical taste of Florida right through the dance. There’s a huge amount of Cuban dances like the cha cha cha, mambo, guaguancó, casino, danzon, bolero and more. These dances are very popular in Cuba and also in South Florida and right through them North Americans have known many of these contagious rhythms. Many places in this city as nightclubs, bars, restaurants that make these dances known for all residents of South Florida. The...
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