Article's Author: SFL Style writer
Publish date: November 25th, 2015
One of the most exciting places in Miami Beach is the Espanola Way Village located on North 14th Street between Pennsylvania and Washington Avenues. This tucked away location offers a world of adventure for locals and tourists alike.
With buildings that are European inspired and brightly painted, it presents a Bohemian atmosphere and is like stepping into another world. Continual entertainment encourages a light-hearted feeling the moment you enter into this fairy-like location.
Places such as the Synergy Yoga Center, Marcel and Espanola Way art Galleries, Contesta Rock Hair and the Miami Beach Cinematheque/Gallery offer a host of experiences that cannot be found elsewhere.
Indoor and outdoor seating arrangements are offered by the various restaurants located in the area. You might want to sample one of the foods presented by A La Folie (French), OH! (Mexican), NUVO (Mediterranean Contemporary), BOTECO (Brazilian), HAVANA 1957(Cuban), Hosteria Romana (Italian), Tapas & Tidtos (Mexican)or specialities offered at one of the other establishments. Each restaurant has spectacular interiors and various types of entertainment available. Tapas & Tidtos, for example, has a Flamingo Show on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, which is colorful and exciting.
In addition there are places such as the LA CANTINA (sports bar), Milani Gelateria (Ice Cream), NOIR (Ice Cream), MOJTOS (Cuban Bar), MYC (Yogurt and Coffee) and others if you want a snack or a drink.
The area presents plenty of opportunity for shopping with places such as Eva Bora Boutique, Blanc Du Nil, Bia's Jewelry, Jolies Puppies, Heart & Soul, Serene, Debbie Klatz South Beach, Bohemian and others. The wide assortment of wares offered by these shops presents an opportunity to find unusual and striking items that are not available elsewhere. In addition, there are street vendors selling everything from flowers to semi-precious stone jewelry.
Espanola Village is definitely a place that should not be missed when in the Miami South Beach Area.