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Azucar Ice Cream Company
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Today 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
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1503 SW 8th St Miami, FL 33155
1503 Southwest 8th StreetUSFloridaMiami33155
(305) 381-0369azucaricecream.com
$Ice Cream Shop, Frozen Dessert SupplierToday 11:00 am – 9:00 pm
Monday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmTuesday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmWednesday 11:00 am – 9:00 pmThursday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 11:00 pmSunday 11:00 am – 10:00 pm
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Azucar Ice Cream Company, located in the heart of Miami's Little Havana, creates artisinal gourmet ice creams and sorbets in a myriad of tropical flavors.
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Cheery scoop shop featuring many inventive & seasonal flavors of artisanal ice cream & sorbet.- Google
"Cuban vibe, culture, and influence all around."
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"We've been to Azucar several times and are also very satisfied."
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Carlos Russo
8 months ago
This is the perfect place to stop if you're looking for a treat. Locally owned and operated, with a ton of flavors to choose from! We've been to Azucar several times and are also very satisfied. I'm sure you will be too.
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Dana Bassett
a year ago
AZUCAR!! What a fitting tribute to the queen :) Journeyed to Little Havana from Brickell after a disappointing dinner at OTC (read my review on them for more detail) looking for a sweet pick me up. Azucar did not disappoint, even though some of the flavors were out (it was late), they still had Abuela Maria, a vanilla ice cream with gava paste and Maria cookies-- sooo Miami and so delish. I also had the guava ice cream and sampled a few others, but Abuela Maria was the best. The place was cute and clean, you can eat outside on 8th street and they have a gigantic neon ice cream sign in the front. What more could you want?
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A Google User
a year ago
I cannot even decide what I like most about this place - the place itself or the desserts. A reasonable human being would conclude that it is about the deserts as there are many other sites where you may feel comfortable, yet the restaurants/shops where good ice cream are can be found... are not so many. However I do feel the charm of the place is a combination of both - atmosphere and sweets.
EJ Henderson
a year ago
TOTAL RIP-OFF AND ALL HYPE I am from Miami. I am Cuban. I grew up eating Cuban food, in Little Havana. Just steps from where this place is located. I think that makes me qualified to opine on this place. It sucks. I am giving them one star for the awesome decor, funny T-shirts and clever variety of flavors. But the actual ice cream SUCKS. The ice cream is made with thickeners and poor ingredients and the flavors are lacking in, well, FLAVOR. If you are going to sell guava and Abuela Maria cookie ice cream, you better actually put guava and cookies in it. Not just a tiny chunk of guava or cookie here and there. Same goes for the Mantequado, Coconut, etc. All the flavors scrimp on ingredients big-time. Shame on them for charging 5 dollars for what is essentially rip-off ice cream that claims to be flavored with something but it actually is not. If you buy some milk, cream, sugar, a can of Goya cascos de guayaba and a stick of cream cheese, and throw it in an ice cream machine, you will make better "Cuban" ice cream than this overpriced, overrrated junk. Save your 5 bucks. It's all hype.
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Gabriel Hernandez
10 months ago
Cuban vibe, culture, and influence all around. Great ice cream joint for Miami locals and tourists alike. I highly recommend either their coconut or their Abuela Maria—but any flavor will surely not disappoint. Love this place and I will definitely be returning.
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Jennifer Carey
a year ago
Whether you want a traditional cone of ice-cream that is just plain delicious or an exotic, Caribbean dessert, Azucar is the place to visit! Ice-cream is made with all natural, fresh ingredients. Sadly, this means that flavors come and go with the seasons :( While I love my basic flavors (Strawberry is to die for and I crave the Pistachio) you can also enjoy more uniquely Cuban fare, like Abuela Maria. I love that portion sizes are reasonable, but you can also splurge here quite readily! The best part is that prices are well within reason (and cheaper than most chain ice-cream stores). Staff is friendly, welcoming, and courteous. Not sure what you want? They'll let you sample to your heart's content!
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Tony Fernandez
8 months ago
Only complaint is that there is no warning to wear a helmet. The ice cream blew my mind and there was a mess. 10/10 will do again. This place is amazing. Wear a helmet.
C Morales
a year ago
Wow, this place has delicious ice cream! I had the Abuela Maria ice cream with guava and galletas (cookies) Maria and I also had the cafe con leche ice cream. The ice cream and waffle cones are made by them. They also have neat shirts for sale with popular Cuban sayings.

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