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The metropolis once defined by KC and the Sunshine Band, vacationing New York Jews, and Cuban exiles is getting more than a nip/tuck these days: Immigrants from all parts of Latin America and the Caribbean, as well as Europe, are rapidly reinventing Miami’s identity. EVELYN MCDONNELLw”>B.E.D. (929 Washington Ave., 305-532-9070), get wild at Snatch (1437 Washington Ave., 305-604-3644), or listen to live music at Jazid (1342 Washington Ave.,305-673-9372).
222 14th St., Miami Beach
All the drunks, sleazebags, and cokeheads you could hope for gather in this humble establishment at night’s end. Soak up the alcohol by grabbing a $3 taco at San Loco or a ham-and-cheese at La Sandwicherie across the street.