Have hosted Spanglish pop-ups around Miami, The Cocktail Cartel - the Miami-based beverage consultants - have opened this permanent outpost of this mixology-led cocktail bar. They have been responsible for crafting the menus at restaurants such as Glass & Vine and La Placita - expect inventive and innovative cocktails, imaginatively served alongside seasonal Latin & American dishes (think queso frito to pork shanks) by Eating House's Giorgio Rapicavoli. The interiors are inspired by the Art Deco era architecture of NYC, Miami, Havana, San Juan, Mexico City, and Buenos Aires and boasts a mix of tropical decor and street art.
Croqueta ‘buns’ made with Jupiña hoisin, cucumber, sesame and served in a bahn mi; churrasco tiradito with salsa anticucho; timba frita made with crispy queso blanco, guava, and Spanglish sauce; and ‘arroz con pollo’ made with creamy rice, peas, crispy chicken, and sofrito.
Thai Coco with coconut fat washed Effen Vodka, lemongrass, kaffir, ginger, lime & sparkling water and Cafetera Old Fashioned made with Brugal 1888, cold brew coffee reduction, cigar bitters, orange oils and served in a cafeteria.