Little Havana, stretching westward from I-95 across SW Eight Street (Calle Ocho), is the social, cultural, political and culinary center of the Cuban immigrant community. A good place to begin exploring is in Domino Park at 15th Street where tourists come to ogle older men of the neighborhood playing dominoes. In either direction, you'll find restaurants, art galleries, cigar stores, fruit stands, grocery stores, sweet shops and stand-up coffee bars. The neighborhood has a number of festivals and a monthly party night called Viernes Culturales. Here English is optional.