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Miami’s Española Way hosting a street-wide brunch party on Nov. 17

Española Way, one of Miami’s more historic and picturesque streets, is kicking off high season in the destination with a street-wide brunch party on Nov. 17.

From 10:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. locals and tourists can experience new brunch menus from more than six restaurants, including Hosteria Romana, Boteco Copacabana, Oh! Mexico, Mercato della Pescheria, Havana 1957 and Mare Mio. It’s a great way to experience (and taste) different varieties of cuisines and indulge in unlimited cocktails in one place.

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Reservations are encouraged via OpenTable.

Oh! Mexico – one of South Florida’s top Mexican eateries – will feature authentic breakfast dishes, including Ranchero Tostada with carne asada, refried beans, fried egg, guacamole, pico de gallo, cotija cheese, cilantro crema and salsa roja; Mexican Breakfast Burrito with chorizo, scrambled eggs, roasted potatoes, chihuahua cheese, pico de galo and a side of refried beans.

Mercato della Pescheria will feature Mercato Omelette with country ham, red onions, aged white cheddar and hash browns; Smoked Scottish Salmon Platter with smoked Scottish salmon, chive cream, cheese, pickled red onions, caper tapenade, sliced tomatoes and bagel.

Hosteria Romana will feature an Italian style buffet, serving only the freshest ingredients. The buffet will feature signature breakfast plates, fresh fruit, Italian Antipasto, a variety of pastas, salads, desserts and more.

“We are enthusiastic to continue the enhancements of Española Way with the debut of our new brunch offerings, which will further showcase the street’s great cuisine, walkability and diverse culture,” said Española Way’s Developer Scott Robins. “Many of our establishments have been with us for 10 years or more, and the restaurateurs personally greet guests to create a sense of community for locals and tourists, while providing genuine hospitality,” adds Robins.

Throughout the day, Española Way will have live dance performances. Brunch will be available every Sunday as part of Española Way’s recent multi-million-dollar renovation, transforming the street into a safe, all ages destination with weekly programming, wellness activities, live entertainment and a robust nightlife.

Española Way is a historic street between 14th and 15th street on Miami Beach, stretching from Washington Avenue to the western corners of Drexel Avenue. Owned by the City of Miami Beach, Scott Robins Companies, Inc., and Infinity Real Estate, LLC, an INFINITY Group Company, Española Way is a Spanish-inspired village designed in Mediterranean Revival style.

In May 2017, the City of Miami Beach invested and completed a $2.5 million revitalization project on the pedestrian-only street. Today, Española Way is experiencing a renaissance, living out the intentions of those who built it nearly a century ago.

Feature Photo Credit: Española Way

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