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100 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach, FL 33139


  • Daily 7pm-4:30am
This practical hole in the wall specializing in imported beers and wine is perfect for any homesick European. The ambiance is candlelit and laid-back, and you can actually talk as indie music in the background is low enough to hear over.

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