Espanola Way looks like a movie set and has been used as one. This stretch of Spanish-inspired architecture on what's otherwise 14th Street was built in the 1920s as the watering hole of wealthy winter visitors, who often stayed at the Clay Hotel. In the 1930s, it was famous for its rumba beat. Today it's a charming collection of cafes, boutiques, galleries. Good for morning coffee, a lazy lunch, pre-partying dinner or a very late-night snack.
Española Way, Miami Beach, FL, United States