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La Otra Miami

La Otra Miami

La Otra Miami

Miami is known for it’s beautiful beaches, but it’s also one of the most gentrifying cities in the world.Every year, Miami hosts millions of visitors. This article will delve into the representation of the Latin American community in Miami, the two cultures that clash, and the goal to create a new fusion culture.

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La Otra, Miami’s upscale bar and lounge, has moved from its former Brickell location to a new indoor/outdoor space in the booming Wynwood neighborhood. Tucked away behind a black iron gate, La Otra is found through a back entrance on the far end of NE 24 Street, off N Miami Ave. Known for its oversized disco balls, great music and energetic atmosphere, the popular venue is ready to welcome back locals and international guests alike.Through the black iron gate at the end of NE 24 street is the entrance to La Otra. Once inside, guests find themselves on an outdoor porch with a tropical garden that creates an intimate atmosphere, La Otra’s signature disco balls and lush plants all hanging from the ceiling. Plush mix and match chesterfield sofas surround the outdoor space. A focal indoor/outdoor, 360 degree, bar anchors the space and provides ample access to guests. The outdoor space gives guests a front-row seat to check out the iconic Miami skyline, the famous graffiti walls of Wynwood and from time to time a passing train.

La Otra is open only Friday and Saturday, but there are plans to operate more nights in the near future. Friday nights, patrons can enjoy an extended happy hour from 5 to 11 p.m. during the bar's Friday I’m in Love party, which will offer “great deals on drinks and quality music,” according to Odio. The extravagant and ostentatious shows with which La Otra hopes to distinguish itself will be the main feature of Saturday evenings.“At the end of the day, we just want people to enjoy themselves, whether that’s by dancing on the bar or dancing on the furniture," Odio says. "We want to show them a good time and give them some good-quality entertainment and service, all in a beautiful setting. That’s the backbone of the business we’re in.” (Source: www.miaminewtimes.com)

 

 

 

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