Do you have a favorite?
I am more of a hole-in-the-wall eatery kind of girl. I love small, family-owned places because they most often get the food just right. However, in Miami, one of my favorite Cuban restaurants would be Versailles. It's pretty much the standard -- a lot of people like the place, and for good reason. The food there is really good, the prices are reasonable, and the portions are very large. There's also a Colombian place that I enjoy in Miami, but I cannot remember name! Besides the restaurants, I do enjoy street food. When I was going to school located in downtown Miami, there were a few of them in the area -- a lot of arepa food carts, too (my favorite).
OH! And there was a Dominican food place in NYC that I enjoyed going to, when I visited during this past summer. It's called Alex Luncheonette, and it's located in Bushwick. It's a Dominican hole-in-the-wall eatery with authentic Dominican food.
Mannnn the Latin food in New York City was SO GOOD. Honestly, I think that food out there was better than the places in Miami. But I think it's because New York City does have more of a variety of foods. The food in Miami is mostly made up from Latin countries in the Caribbean; it's more difficult to find authentic food places inspired by the Mexican or Peruvian cuisine in Miami.