Like many of the Cuban restaurants on Calle Ocho, this Latin club offers a bit of everything on the menu. As far as amenities, it's more international buffet than Cuban discoteca. There are Latin ladies' nights, pro-wrestling matches, cabaret music on Fridays, and stand-up comics. You might find something called "Keep It Sexy" some nights and Cuban folkloric performances Sunday evenings. On a nightly basis, you'll find a bar, an extra-large dance floor, a VIP section, and a colonial-style terrace in the 8,000-square-foot space. Facing the iconic Tower Theater, La Casa de Tula is five minutes from downtown Miami. Incidentally, New Times named it Best Latin Club in the 2010 "Best of Miami" issue.