Ola Miami

★★★★★
  • 1745 James Ave

    Miami Beach, FL 33139

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  • 305-695-9125

About Ola Miami

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Hours
Mon., Sun. CLOSED;Tue. - Thu. 6pm - 11pm;Fri. - Sat. 6pm - 12pm

Food

Food
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One of a kind Latin Food Latin nourishment with truly a pizazz. Irregular presentations and special tastes. Off the fundamental strip in South Beach in the Sanctuary Hotel. Consuming outside was impressive. The stogie dessert desert came

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One of a kind Latin Food Latin nourishment with truly a pizazz. Irregular presentations and special tastes. Off the fundamental strip in South Beach in the Sanctuary Hotel. Consuming outside was impressive. The stogie dessert desert came

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Latin food with quite a flair. Unusual presentations and unique tastes. Off the main strip in South Beach in the Sanctuary Hotel. Eating outside was fabulous. The cigar ice cream desert came as a brown wrapped cigar shape with eatable matches in a large OLA ashtray!

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Latin food with quite a flair. Unusual presentations and unique tastes. Off the main strip in South Beach in the Sanctuary Hotel. Eating outside was fabulous. The cigar ice cream desert came as a brown wrapped cigar shape with eatable matches in a large OLA ashtray!

Pros: Unique food and presentation

Cons: None

Editorial from

The Miami chef who's generally recognized as the "father of Nuevo Latino cuisine," Douglas Rodriguez, isn't actually in the kitchen of Ola (Of Latin America). But protege Jose Luis Flores ably executes the master's recipes, including this…

 

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