7232 South West 59th Avenue Miami, FL 33143 +1 305 665 9996
This South Miami tavern has been nominated for best bar games and best sports bar multiple times. With 20 TVs, a pool table and a massive bar, you know you will have a good time whether you come to root on your favorite team or just hang out with some friends.
The bar is quiet and you can relax on the plush love seats rather than the usual bar stools. The wine tasting events are as popular as the live jazz performance. Drop in after a long day at work and chill.
After long hours of shopping, everyone needs a restful stop. Located in a busy shopping mall, This cozy restaurant offers a welcome sanctuary. The place has a décor of mismatched chairs, velvet settees, and colorful paintings. The menu is varied: from Beef Tenderloin topped with melted cheese, to Seafood Linguine and Shrimp Risotto, pizzas and Pork Loin. The fare is savory and interesting, as are the small appetizers serve free of charge while you look at the menu. There is also a coffee bar for excellent espresso and an interesting wine list. Finally, the desserts are a real treat: Chocolate Mousse Cake and a Passion Fruit Terrine with fresh fruits are among the best. The restaurant is different, as its name, but can offer just the thing after a long day on your feet. - Mercedes de Marchena
This cineplex has three screens for your viewing pleasure. All films are a few weeks or months old, hence the super discount, and subtitled in Spanish. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. For film times, ticket prices and further information please call.
5701 Sunset Drive The Shops at Sunset Place Miami, FL 33143 +1 305 740 8904
The grandiose mega shopping center of Sunset Place just would not be complete without an equally luxurious cinema facility. AMC Sunset Place 24 features deluxe stadium seating with movable armrests, and thus makes the big screen experience all the more enjoyable. Do not worry about not finding a specific movie. This theater has 24 screens and is sure to feature your favorite new film release.
The trendy districts of Miami have an endless supply of fine dining establishments. If you venture out into the less popular areas of the city, however, you will find the places cherished by the locals and popularized by word of mouth. Casa Paco is such a place, featuring a delightful balance of Spanish culture, delicious food and local flavor. The interior of the restaurant is decorated with various ceramics and other trinkets from Spain. The restaurant serves Spanish and Cuban cuisine. The Sangria is made fresh and the plantain soup is especially delicious.
6830 South West 40 Street Miami, FL 33155 +1 305 284 8417
If you are a fan of Nicaraguan food, this is one restaurant you must visit. El Novillo is an exceptionally good addition to the plethora of South American eateries emerging in the Miami area. The decor is suggestive of a hacienda with a graceful and inviting look. Appetizers are varied such as the fried cheese, nacatamalitos or ceviche. But definitely save room for an entree. Try the churrasco or a pepper steak in cream sauce. Enjoy the live Marimba music on certain days of the week while you sip on your drinks at the bar.
Gilbert's Bakery has become a household name for much of the Cuban community of Miami. The always delicious, familiar taste of the Cuban and European pastries and hors d'oeuvres is this busy eatery's distinguishing characteristic. Whether you want to cater a party or just stop in for few croquetas or meringues, Gilbert's has a wide selection and delivers quality. The bakery serves primarily over-the-counter, but limited seating is available outside. Prices are very reasonable.
Honest, hearty classics are served at O'Casey's Restaurant and Irish Pub with pints of cold, frosty beer. Try the corned beef and cabbage with a mug of Guinness if you want the quintessential Irish meal. More inventive dishes are also available according to the season such as sirloin steak, shepherd's pie, and salmon which are a few menu choices. Prices range from USD5.95 to USD16.95. Ten different kinds of beer are on tap.
The restaurant serves awarding winning fresh pastas, delicious risotto and an impressive version of osso buco. Located in the charming shopping district known as Downtown South Miami, this small, cozy restaurant with traditional Italian decor is the perfect place for a business lunch during the week. It is also great for a family dinner on weekends. Wash down your meal with a fine glass of wine or a chilled mug of beer.
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