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Sample the best Cuban food at these renowned restaurants in Miami. By: Gabriela Hardan and Valerie Conners Cuban culture infuses Miami's dining scene; in fact, more than 34% of the city's population hails from the Caribbean island. This pervasive – and tasty –...read more
SOUTH BEACH MEETS SPAIN AND FRANCE Don’t be fooled by Española Way’s seemingly small two-block corridor between 14th and 15th Streets. Its historic ivy-covered buildings pack endless boutiques, cigar shops, and art galleries between their faded pink stucco walls....read more
What eventually became known as the “Rumba Capital of the World,” thanks to I Love Lucy’s Desi Arnaz, historic Española Way has been bringing European vibes to South Beach since 1925, when it was conceived by two Miami real estate locals, N.B.T. Roney and Walt...read more
It’s a new day for Española Way. The two-block, throwback tourist destination just finished a big renovation last year, converting to a pedestrian street with new programs, stores and live entertainment mixed in with its 17 restaurants. The street has shown up on...read more
Halloween is only weeks away, and there's no better way to celebrate the spookiest holiday of the year than with a few boo-zy cocktails. From stunning pumpkin libations to movie-inspired drinks, Miami purveyors are pulling out all the tricks and treats. Go ahead and...read more
Look, if you’ve never been to Miami before you pretty much HAVE to see it. So indulge your guests and start at Fifth Street and work your way north. If they insist on stopping for a drink, go over the top and get something smoking at Sugar Factory. If they want to...read more