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La Covacha

10730 NW 25th St. Doral, FL 33172 | Doral | 305-594-3717

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For years this restaurant has been moonlighting on weekends as one of Miami's wildest places for a Latin music descarga. The main room features Latin-flavored techno music, and its outdoor patio packs a throng of sweaty and well-dressed partiers. Or escape to the air-conditioned, glass-enclosed VIP room.


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