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. Originally built in the 1920s as an artist’s colony, community events like Thursday night salsa classes outside Havana 1957 give it the look and feel of a quaint European village you’d normally only find in Spain and France. And the back patio at cafe and French creperie À La Folie, filled with palms and wicker chairs, is so charming, no one will judge you for taking pics of your espresso.