• Tapas y Tintos

    448 Española Way

    Flamenco live performances twice a week surrounded by exposed brick walls, banquette seating and vintage photos of flamenco dancers and bull-fighters create a cozy vibe in which to enjoy tasty tapas, seafood paella and a local favorite - authentic Spanish sangria served in terracotta vase, accompanied by wines and beers. 

    Tapas y Tintos
  • A La Folie

    A La Folie

    516 ESPANOLA WAY

    Reminiscent of a small Parisian café, A La Folie provides authentic European ambience and traditional yet affordable French fare. Casual sidewalk seating provides the ideal setting for a morning cup of coffee and lite bite, while the intimate patio is perfect for sharing dessert crêpes with a date.

  • Havana 1957

    405 Española Way

    Stake your claim to a table on the sidewalk for great people watching, delicious Cuban cuisine and rum cocktails. Head indoors to check out the restaurant’s collection of Old Havana memorabilia and swing by the rum bar for a toast to the old days.

    Havana 1957
  • Pane & Vino La Trattoria

    Pane & Vino La Trattoria

    1450 Washington Avenue

    Straight from the heart of Sicily, chef GianPaolo Ferrera’s cozy and intimate trattoria serves traditional Italian cuisine inspired by his favorite family recipes. Hand-made pastas are just one reason this restaurant ranks #2 (out of 755 Miami Beach restaurants) on TripAdvisor.

  • Moshi Moshi

    1448 Washington Avenue

    If you love sushi, this is your spot for made-to-order rolls and small plates served in a stylish and sophisticated setting. A late night favorite (it’s open until 5 am),  Moshi Moshi draws an enthusiastic crowd of sushi lovers and celebrities.

    Moshi Moshi
  • Hosteria Romana

    Hosteria Romana

    429 Española Way

    Offering indoor and sidewalk seating, this lively trattoria offers some of Miami’s best Italian cuisine (served by its most entertaining waiters), as well as fresh fruit martinis, classic cocktails and wines by the glass and bottle.

  • Boteco Copacabana

    437 Española Way

    Enjoy the cuisine of Brazil and South America at this popular restaurant where waiters happily share recommendations for their favorite dishes and drinks. Sit indoors or on the colorfully lit sidewalk patio.

    Boteco Copacabana
  • Kone Seafood & Grill

    Kone Seafood & Grill

    445 Española Way

    Another lively Española Way favorite, this charming café offers an extensive dinner menu indoors and on an inviting sidewalk patio. Don’t miss the Chef Paella, Lobster and Seafood Risotto and Mixed Seafood Salad.

  • Mare Mio

    447 Española Way

    Claudio Giordano’s third Miami Beach restaurant wows guests with its extensive menu featuring local seafood, organic meats and house-made pastas. Offering seating indoors and on a romantic patio, Mare Mio is a not to be missed dining experience.

    Mare Mio
  • Oh! Mexico

    Oh! Mexico

    1440 Washington Avenue

    A mainstay for 20 years, Oh Mexico transports guests to Mexico with its authentic Mexican cuisine, Mezcal cocktails and house margaritas.

  • Piccola Cucina

    440 Española Way

    Piccola Cucina serves authentic Italian cuisine, prepared by Italian chefs. Enjoy classic pasta dishes like Tagliatelle Bolognese, Ravioli Ricotta and Pollo Alla Milanese indoors or on the patio.

    Piccola Cucina
  • La Fontana South Beach

    La Fontana South Beach

    512 Española Way

    Mojitos, skirt steak, and empanadas, plus friendly staff make La Fontana South Beach a local favorite. Sit indoors at rustic farm tables overlooking Española Way or score a table on the sidewalk.

  • Numero 28 Pizzeria

    432 Española Way

    Late night pizza craving? The Miami outpost of this flourishing chain serves wood-fired Neapolitan pizzas that wow fans with their chewy, smoky, crusty goodness. The recipe, handed down through five generations, is top-secret.

    Numero 28 Pizzeria