There aren't many places left in Wynwood where you can have a good drink in a small room that doesn't feel like Flo Rida is about to pop out and start singing at any moment. But Spanglish is that kind of bar, and it makes us feel like adults who appreciate a solid cocktail instead of 22-year-olds who don’t know what a real hangover is yet. There’s a food menu that can work for dinner, but we like this place better for drinks. Like the Cafetera Old Fashioned, which is poured out of a bright red espresso maker, or the Pimp My Rye - a mix of rye, Earl Grey, sage, lemon, and yuzu tonic that is every bit as entertaining as that show with Xzibit.
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