Española Way/Washington Avenue Shopping District

Española Way/Washington Avenue Shopping District

Española Way is a world-renown shopping and dining area in South Beach near Lincoln Road that looks like it's taken a step out of time from a historic Spanish village. The stores lining these streets feature one-of-a-kind products and collectibles, art galleries and restaurants.

A historic street between 14th and 16th street on Miami Beach, stretching from Washington Avenue to the western corners of Drexel Avenue. Española Way is a quaint and picturesque Spanish-inspired village designed in Mediterranean Revival style. The pink stucco on the exterior walls, the brown tiled roofs and the pink and white striped awnings will make you forget that you are in South Beach.

Home to more than a dozen restaurants and sidewalk cafes, this is the perfect place to indulge in mouthwatering cocktails and savory dishes by some of Miami Beaches most delectable restaurants, all while dining al fresco under the Miami sky. With choices ranging from local and traditional Spanish dishes to dayboat catches, and pairings with some of the most creative libations around, this tropical ambiance makes for a compelling destination. 

Nearby Washington Avenue is an also a hot destination for the latest club wear, designer jeans, vintage clothing and collectibles. Shops stay open late, so there's plenty of time for great finds without missing out on the beach, club hopping and people-watching.


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