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Española Way, Miami

Discover Española Way - Miami's Historic Spanish Village

Wander along a charming, palm tree-lined pedestrian street and immerse yourself in the Old World vibe of Miami's Española Way. Explore this two-block "historic Spanish village" created in 1925 and designed after the romantic Mediterranean towns of Spain and France. Española Way invites you in with pink stucco buildings, quaint Spanish tile roofs, colorful street art, and twinkling string lights that entice you to escape the never-stop-bustle of Miami's clubs and beaches. Enjoy lunch in a cozy sidewalk cafe, shop at interesting boutiques, dine on world cuisines, or kick back with evening cocktails. Spend a day at intriguing Española Way.


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  • Española Way Arts & Craft Market
  • Española Way Weekend Market
  • Flamenco Fridays


  • Dining
  • Nightlife
  • Shopping
  • Art Galleries
  • Live Music
  • Markets



  • Where can I eat on Española Way?

    Filled with cafes and restaurants serving a rainbow of world cuisines, Española Way is a fabulous place to eat. Get a taste of Miami's famous Cuban food at Havana 1957. Visit Pane & Vino for handmade pasta and authentic Italian cuisine. Tapas y Tintos serves up delicious Spanish favorites and you can taste the flavors of France surrounded by romantic gardens at A La Folie.  
  • When is the Española Way Arts & Craft Market?

    Each Tuesday, from 4pm-9pm, the Española Way Arts & Crafts Market opens up to delight shoppers with an array of handmade goodies, wearables and art. Shop for clothing, jewelry and accessories made by Florida artisans. Pick up fun gifts and children's items. And nosh on delicious snacks, specialty foods and treats made by hand. The Española Way Arts & Crafts Market is free to enter and fun for all ages.