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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
Hours Today: 12:00 am - 11:59 pm
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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 clay hotel spanish food cuban restaurant two blocks nice street in south beach great place to eat pedestrian street lots of restaurants great area ocean drive people watching havana tinto miami stroll
Stopped here during the day and at night. Night was definitely the time to come as they have it all lit up and it gets filled up with people. Several good choices for dinner. We ate at Mercato Della Pescheria and it was great.
You walk around and it is a bunch of restaurants and shops. It is quiet so you aren't hearing the hustle and bustle of Ocean Dr. We stayed on Ocean near 14th and it was only maybe a 10 minute walk and we are older....More
Española Way is a small street with quite some lovely and good restaurants. It looks very nice in the evenings with all the lights and the music, and the few restaurants I have been at served great food!
It´s a nice change from the noise on busier streets like Lincoln Rd. or Ocean dr., this pedestrian street full of restaurants is a good alternative if you don´t want to listen to the traffic. Some recepcionists are a bit annoying whilst trying to convince...More
We enjoyed walking down Espanola way! It is a pedestrian street full of life , music and nice restaurants.
However readers be aware! Just like Ocean Drive , the restaurants are a tourist trap! They will look busy and full of customers but the prices...More
Loved this little street, very close to the Ocean Drive and Lincoln Avenue, it has so much color and nice restaurants of international cuisine, the only thing i missed was the Quijote that used to be at the beginning of the street, it was nice...More
The location was part of a self guided walking tour. We walked over on a weekday afternoon. Two restaurants, Havana 1957 and a taco place, were the only places with customers. Both were overpriced, but the food and drinks I had at Havana 1957 were...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.