Miami Design Preservation League Presents the Spring 2019 Speaker Series: "Great Streets of the Art Deco District.”
40 years after the Art Deco District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places, MDPL highlights the great streets of the district that have helped it to become an internationally known arts, culture, tourism, and heritage capital.
Join Española Way for an evening of reminiscing about its past, present, and future. Speakers include: David Berg (Infinity Real Estate / Clay Hotel), Todd Tragash (STA Architects), Scott Robins (Paseo Hotel), Michael Blandino (Scull Sisters), and Moderator-Susan Askew (RE:Miami Beach).
Dining Reservations: Tapas Y Tintos invites all attendees for dinner before or after this event. Reservations can be made at: https://www.opentable.com/tapas-y-tintos. All MIami/Dade locals get 20% savings with ID. See the menu here: https://www.tapasytintos.com/home/menus-overview/
About Espanola Way:
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. Española Way is a quaint and picturesque Spanish-inspired village designed in Mediterranean Revival style. It is a festive street where locals and travelers congregate to commiserate, create and celebrate. With 17 dining locations, a new art gallery, hotels, retail and nightly entertainment, Espanola Way provides visitors with an immersive experience on South Beach. All Miami/Dade locals receive 20% savings through a loyalty card which is downloaded via Smartphone.
About Tapas Y Tintos:
Tapas y Tintos, the house of paella, is a restaurant & tapas bar that brings authenticity and heart to the Spanish-inspired, historic streets of Española Way in Miami Beach, Florida.