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Española Way

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Española Way is a historic 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 Revival style.  Española Way is experiencing a renaissance, living out the intentions of those who built it nearly a century ago. It is a festive street where locals and travelers congregate to commiserate, create and celebrate.

Modeled after the charming Mediterranean villages of Spain and France, the historic enclave was formed as a bohemian artist colony in the 1920s. It quickly became a popular hangout that attracted the likes of gangster Al Capone, who made one Española Way hotel the site of an underground gambling ring.

With more than a dozen restaurants, sidewalk cafes and bars in a two-block span, you can come here for people-watching in a lively atmosphere and al fresco dining under twinkling lights. The area comes alive at night with music from the street's restaurants, and you'll find everything from Cuban food, sushi and coffee shops to Spanish tapas, Mexican and Italian.

Española Way

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Española Way is a historic 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 Revival style.  Española Way is experiencing a renaissance, living out the intentions of those who built it nearly a century ago. It is a festive street where locals and travelers congregate to commiserate, create and celebrate.

Modeled after the charming Mediterranean villages of Spain and France, the historic enclave was formed as a bohemian artist colony in the 1920s. It quickly became a popular hangout that attracted the likes of gangster Al Capone, who made one Española Way hotel the site of an underground gambling ring.

With more than a dozen restaurants, sidewalk cafes and bars in a two-block span, you can come here for people-watching in a lively atmosphere and al fresco dining under twinkling lights. The area comes alive at night with music from the street's restaurants, and you'll find everything from Cuban food, sushi and coffee shops to Spanish tapas, Mexican and Italian.