1930's House Redefines Hotel Bar Scene in Miami Beach
For those who want a hideaway spot among the chic citizens of the world in Miami, step into the 1930's House. This little bar has redefined the hotel bar scene due to the transformation upon entry. You'll forget where you are once the sweet Spanish music and sensual cocktails takeover your system.
The mixologists at the house create colorful cocktails that pair perfectly with the flavorful dishes of chef Michelle Berstein. Notable cocktails include the Jalisco Mule, made with Avion Silver, homemade jalapeno syrup, lime juice and ginger beer.
Tuna carpaccio, chorizo, manchego croquetas and avant garde cocktails pair perfectly with live Cuban music under the stars.
The beautifully appointed space has an upscale tone with a speakeasy style. The warm colors and softly lit chandeliers take you away from the bustling South Beach scene and back to the cigar lit aroma of Havana.
Outside is an inviting patio with terracotta tiles and Cuban-decor. The elegance combined with the warmth of the Miami streets make the 1930's House the ideal spot for a slow dance to traditional Spanish guitar.