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El Santo Miami

Restaurants, Mexican East Little Havana
El Santo
Photograph: Paul Stoppi
El Santo
Photograph: Paul Stoppi
El Diablo, El Santo
Photograph: Paul Stoppi

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The supper-club trend continues to thrive in Miami. This time, in the burgeoning nightlife destination that’s become of the Little Havana neighborhood. El Santo is from the same group that launched party restaurants Kiki on the River in Downtown and Mandrake in South Beach, but it’s edgier and stripped down compared to its sister properties. It’s part Mexican taquería, part restaurant, and part nightclub—all three located side by side on Calle Ocho. It’s impossible to miss when driving down the ’hood’s main drag: the line to get in extends out the door and down the block on weekends. The savory tequila cocktails (one tastes just like pico de gallo, in a good a way) and the jammin’ playlist of reggaeton hits blasting from El Diablo (the not-so-hidden club behind the restaurant) are worth the wait.


Address: 1618 SW 8th St
Price: $$
Opening hours: Taqueria: Mon–Wed 11:30am–10pm; Thu–Fri 11:30am–4am; Sun 11am–10pm El Santo Restaurant: Thu–Sat 7pm–midnight
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