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Make sure to pop over to Espanola Way and try a real Cuban cigar (if you're into that sort of thing!).
South Beach's Charming Spanish Colonial Architecture. Filled with quaint shops and restaurants.
Española Way is a pedestrian street that was designed in 1925 to look like a historic colonial Spanish village with a cobblestone street full of restaurants and twinkling lights hanging overhead. There is frequently live Latin music here, as well as flamenco dancers at some of the restaurants. Most…
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“A verdant spot on the very tip of Miami Beach and part of a 17-acre park with picnic areas, a playground, a fishing pier (complete with cutting and washing stations, and recycling bins for fishing lines) and great views of cruise ships. Why go? Surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean and Government Cut channel, it makes for a wonderful respite from the urban madness. During stone crab season, you’ll find plenty of locals hoisting bags of claws and other goodies from nearby Joe’s Takeaway for a beachside picnic at the park.”
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“Cool spot for drinks and fast food. Lot of people watching and tv screens.”
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“Rooftop bar is usually open to public after 6pm - call to confirm before you head over. ”
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“You know what to expect from TGIFs. And the prices are way cheaper than most of South Beach. Nice when you want to save a few bucks but still go out to eat.”
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