Experience Miami's Historic Overtown
“The Soul, Light and Spirit of Miami” Overtown Miami's Black pioneering community is rich with history and things to do. When you visit Miami MoCAAD's Interactive Mural and Oral History project, check out some of these other hotspots of Black Miami.
Culture / History
The Black Archives History and Research Foundation of South Florida, Inc.Go to website
819 NW Second Avenue. Miami, FL 33136
Explore Miami's national resource for Black History of the 19th and 20th centuries.
Hampton Art Lovers GalleryGo to website
249 Northwest 9th Street Miami, FL 33136
Be inspired by African American art. Historic Ward Rooming House
Black Police Precinct and Courthouse MuseumGo to website
480 NW 11th St., Miami, FL 33136
Visit a replica of Miami's municipal court and police precinct that were racially segregated under Jim Crow laws.
Entertainment / Food
Jackson's Soul FoodGo to website
950 NW 3rd Avenue, Miami, FL 33136
Savor traditional soul food culinary delights.
Little Green House GrillGo to website
1300 Northwest 3rd Avenue, Miami, FL, 33136
Enjoy Lunch or Dinner over tasty Neo Soul Food.
Red RoosterGo to website
920 NW 2nd Avenue, Miami, FL 33136
Chef Marcus Samuelsson brings his passion for food to Overtown.
The UrbanGo to website
1000 NW 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida 33136
Mix and mingle at The Urban over food and drinks.
Dunns Josephine HotelGo to website
1028 NW 3rd Ave, Miami, FL 33136
The Dunns Josephine Hotel takes you back in time with art and vintage photographs of stars from Overtown's glory days.