Founded in 1979 by Mario Ernesto Sanchez, who is still the owner, this theater centers its identity in live Spanish-language comedies and dramas. The International Festival of Hispanic Theatre, held here from May to June, showcases companies from Spain and Latin America. Although the usually high-quality productions target Latino communities, they also appeal to general audiences. Watching a show here is also an entertaining and innovative way to improve Spanish-language skills.
Somewhere between a jazz bar and an upscale restaurant, The Globe is a neighborhood favorite both for its ambiance and fabulous Italian-fusion food. An impressive selection of wines, beers, and liquor make it nearly impossible not to have a drink with your dinner. Along with the standard pizza, pasta, and salads found in just about every Italian restaurant, you can also choose from specials such as the lobster club sandwich. Dim lighting, a mahogany bar, and the sounds of jazz and blues characterize The Globe.
This popular pizzeria has a parking lot attendant to regulate the swarm of cars trying to get a space. Casola's Pizzeria & Sub Shop is always packed but always prepared for a crowd, offering free samples of pizza while you wait. If you crave greasy food, this is the type that is too good to feel guilty about. The slices of pizza come in generous portions, and the delicious subs are prepared on the spot. Croissant Sandwiches, Burgers, Salads, Chicken Wings, and various hot subs are also available.
Stop by for a fresh, light lunch (or dinner) in this casual sushi bar. Sashimi is always fresh, and rolls are carefully prepared. At Fuji Hana, the menu offers a variety of hot and cold Japanese classics. In accordance with Miami custom, you will find a number of Thai selections here to augment the full Japanese menu. Sweet and Sour Duck is an excellent Thai choice. And also an exclusive selection of finest drinks!
5813 Ponce de Leon Boulevard Miami, FL 33146 +1 305 667 2537
Seven house microbrews and five non-house beers are on tap here, and a great selection of bottled beers is also available. The servers firmly insist that the house brew is the best, which is probably true. Food choices from their menu selections include sandwiches, salads, and soups. The variety is delicious but inexpensive. For a good meal with a brew to balance it out, this is the place for you.
Justin's is a favorite spot for going out in the Aventura area. This bar and lounge features tons of seats, flat screen TVs and always a good time. Whether it be for dancing to Miami's favorite tunes or just spending quality time with a group of friends, Justin's will work for you. Don't miss out on their great happy hour.
The Overthrow Castle as the name suggests is a place that challenges the usual norms of entertainment and brings forth unique events. This venue is always abuzz with activities and there is never a dull moment here. Theme parties, concerts and DJ sessions make for an interesting gig guide. And, being voted the Best DJ in Miami (2009), Best Special Events (2010) and the Best Weekly Party (2009), Overthrow is fast climbing the popularity chart. For more details, check website.
11481 Northwest 12th Street Suite E622 Miami, FL 33172 +1 305 468 1555
Dave and Buster's is not your regular sports bar, although it does have huge television screens to view the latest games on offer. A variety of drinks are on offer and scrumptious dishes like finger licking Jack BBQ Chicken or cheesy Parmesan Chicken Alfredo are sure to keep you coming back for more. Themed events specially for Halloween are very famed and draws in the crowd. This location of the chain has Billiards, Shuffleboard too. The bar can be used for private events and parties. Call ahead or check the website for rental and event details.
25 North East 2nd Street New World School of the Arts Miami, FL 33132 +1 302 237 3047
Located at the New World School of the Arts High School, this theater was opened to promote arts and theater in the community. The students of the school use this theater to showcase their talents and skills to the teachers and locals alike. The university also has a theater program that is structured and professional. The theater is used to house special events and musicals. This is a must-visit place if you like arts and dance.
La Covacha is a Latin nightclub popular among singles in the Miami area. There are DJs as well as live bands that keep the energy up and the dance floor full. There is also an inventive menu that features Cuban fare and sushi samplings, with some tasty cocktails to top it all off.
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