How to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month in Cleveland

The Spanish Voice of the Cavs Highlights CLE’s Hispanic Community

Rafa En CLE (21st Century) by Rafa Hernandez-BritoDestination Cleveland

Rafa En CLE

The aspects of my culture I celebrate the most are for sure our food and our music, because you could write a hundred books on just those two topics. So let me tell you about my favorite spots in Cleveland to enjoy some delicious “Sabor Latino.”

Barroco (21st Century) by @grubinclevelandDestination Cleveland


My favorite spot in Cleveland that I always recommend is Barroco because you can enjoy the most authentic Latin American food experience in just one spot. You can travel all over South and Central America in one night while enjoying live music and the most delicious drinks.

Hola Tacos (21st Century) by @ccites_eatsDestination Cleveland

Hola Tacos

Barroco has three locations, Lakewood, Crocker Park and if you happen to hit the one in Willoughby you can enjoy Barroco and Hola Tacos in one stop.

Rincon Criollo (21st Century) by Rick J. WilsonDestination Cleveland

Rincon Criollo

For delicious Puerto Rican cuisine, Rincon Criollo on Detroit Avenue is your spot. All their food is made from scratch with the delicious taste of a home cooked meal. If you’re hungry, try the Jibarito sandwich, but really you can’t go wrong with any item on their menu.

Momocho Nuevo (21st Century) by Destination ClevelandDestination Cleveland

Mexican Cuisine

If Mexican food is your thing, there are plenty of options in Cleveland, but Momocho in Ohio City, Nuevo by the lake and the tacos at La Plaza Taqueria right next to La Plaza Supermarket are the spots to hit for sure.

La Plaza Taqueria, Nathan Migal, 21st Century, From the collection of: Destination Cleveland
Nuevo, Ian Meadows, 21st Century, From the collection of: Destination Cleveland
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El Arepazo y Pupuseria (21st Century) by tacotuesdaytourcleDestination Cleveland

El Arepazo y Pupuseria

El Arepazo y Pupuseria on Lorain Road offers a mix of Colombian and Salvadoran food, but trust me when I tell you, they have the best pupusas in town. On Saturdays, you have to try their meat soup.

Hispanic-Owned Restaurants in CLE (21st Century) by Nathan MigalDestination Cleveland

Hispanic-Owned Restaurants in CLE

Join us in honoring the contributions of Hispanic and Latinx Americans by exploring these cultures and cuisine at these authentic and endlessly tasty eateries in and around CLE. Click here to hit up even more great Hispanic Restaurants in The Land

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