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Española Way is a historic street between 14th and 16th street on Miami Beach, stretching from Washington Avenue to the western corners of Drexel Avenue. Española Way is a quaint and picturesque Spanish-inspired village designed in Mediterranean...more
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Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
Between 14th and 15th Streets from Washington to Jefferson Aves., Miami Beach, FL 33139
All reviews espanola way hosteria romana clay hotel short street spanish food cuban restaurant nice street two blocks in south beach washington avenue great place to eat lots of restaurants great area people watching ocean drive havana tinto
This is a great place to walk around and see people. There are several restaurants varying from Brazilian, Mexican, Spanish and Cuban food, among others. Plenty of music, lights and a live environment. However, items in restaurants are overpriced. For example, we wanted to order...More
Lots of sweet little bars and restaurants on this closed off street where locals and tourists mix together. Super delicious Cuban food and great drinks or all types. Italian food and other types , something for all.
This reaturant and bar lined street lies in the center of Miami Beach. This walkable street is full of restaurants and bars where you can enjoy anything from tapas to a Mojito. A great area for Cuban food and walking around.
Great way to spend some time wandering around the area. Lots of restaurants and small shops to pop in and out of. Wander around the historic area and absorb the culture and grab a coffee and people watch.
great street with good food, fun entertainment, great ambiance. There are a lot of good restaurant choices and overall the staff at most places are pleasant and outgoing - had some great sangria while watching Flamenco dancers
I think this was my favourite street to go to for food during my ten days in Miami. Yes, the music from each restaurant was loud, but that added to the overall buzz and atmosphere. You are spolit for choice for restaurants and cuisines. Some...More
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If you aren’t in a hotel, several hotels are nearby. Call hotels located on 1500-1600 block of Collins Ave & see if they will hold luggage for a few. They are located around the corner from Espanola Way. I stayed at Berkeley... More
If you aren’t in a hotel, several hotels are nearby. Call hotels located on 1500-1600 block of Collins Ave & see if they will hold luggage for a few. They are located around the corner from Espanola Way. I stayed at Berkeley Shore Hotel.