Discover Espanola Way
Ocean Drive and Lincoln Road in Miami Beach draw a lot of the attention among locals and tourists looking to explore the barrier island but when is the last time you visited Espanola Way? Nestled between 16th and 14th Street, this best kept secret of sorts is brimming with a great ambiance, plenty of culture, and lots of wonderful places to enjoy a good meal.
Espanola Way received a $2 million makeover turning it into one of Miami Beach’s friendliest pedestrian-only streets. Exploring the street which has been around since the 1920s is like walking around the romantic streets of Paris or the popular Greenwich Village in New York. Despite the strong European architecture, the aesthetic is officially known as Mediterranean Revival.
If you have the time, make sure to drop by Espanola Way on Wednesdays between the hours of four o’clock to seven o’clock in the evening. That’s when the street turns into a giant happy hour celebration. If you can’t make it on Wednesday, you can enjoy Salsa night on Thursdays, Flamenco Fridays, or Samba on Saturdays.
When Ocean Drive and Lincoln Road are too bust, visit Espanola Way and you may find it to be a refreshing change of pace.
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