Española Way is reviving up for its monthly event, Noche de Coche (Night of Cars). In Spanish, “coche” translates to cars, but it also means stroller. For Española Way’s Noche de Coche, this pedestrian-only street is inviting families to visit with their children and for one night each month parade down the street with wagons, tricycles, scooters and strollers. Restaurants lining the street will be offering specials, there will be balloon artists, lawn games, astronaut ice cream, bitbits chocolate, activities and prizes! This month, Santa Claus will also be making a guest appearance – he will be available for photos throughout the night.
Española Way is a historic street between 14th and 16th street on Miami Beach, stretching from Washington Avenue to the western corners of Drexel Avenue. It is a quaint and picturesque Spanish-inspired village designed in Mediterranean Revival style. The historic hotspot is experiencing a renaissance, living out the intentions of those who built it nearly a century ago.
Milani Gelateria – 1 mini ice cream cone + 1 pair of sunglasses $3
Mare Mio – FREE pasta dishes for children under 10 (limited to 2 children per table)
Kone Seafood and Grill – kids eat FREE from the kid’s menu with the purchase of a regular meal
Mercato della Pescheria – FREE chocolate cake for kids and $6 on all kids’ menu items (regularly priced at $9)
Boteco Copacabana – 50% off the kids’ menu, 20$ off regular menu, 2-for-1 all drinks
Hosteria Romana – kids eat FREE from the kids’ menu
Piccola Cucina – FREE dessert for kids
WHEN: Saturday, Dec. 16th, 4PM-7PM
WHERE: Española Way between Washington Ave and Drexel Ave on Miami Beach
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