Bar Moxie, Cuba’s Oldest Brewery & Wauku Restaurant New Magic City Hotspots
Here’s a rundown of the latest hot news with the city’s bars, nightlife, hotels and restaurants.
Moxie Hotel Opens In Miami Beach
It begins with the spectacular Moxy Hotel, which does beyond Bar Moxie located in other cities. Instead of being a bar in a Marriott International property, it IS the property. This resort-style hotel has a rooftop pool with a DJ and three other eating and drinking spots.
It is located in Miami Beach’s Art Deco District at 915 Washington Ave.
Website: Moxy Miami South Beach
Cuban Beer, Cervecería La Tropical
Back in 1888, a Cuban brewery, Cervecería La Tropical opened and carried on up until the Castro regime when it was confiscated by the government. Well now it has been revived and it is in Miami’s Wynwood Arts District. La Tropical features an onsite brewing operation, a taproom, restaurant and botanical garden, as well as live music. In a unique twist, the beer is poured into a glass straight from the tank rather from a keg tap. Its original beer is the Ambar Lager.
Wayku Restaurant & Bar Opens in Wynwood
Diego D’Alvia, restaurateur and owner of Rex – Best Chivito in Town, a successful chain of restaurants in Buenos Aires, recently celebrated the grand opening of a new, independent concept, Wayku Restaurant & Bar. Located at 73 NW 26th Street in Wynwood, Wayku is a gastronomic experience of Latin fusion rooted in Andean culture and nomadic-inspired cuisine by Chef Matteo Gritti. The restaurant celebrates the Quechua culture and the Andean trilogy, where heaven, men and Pacha Mama are a whole. The 2,000 square-foot indoor/outdoor restaurant and bar is inspired by the Andean mountain range.