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 Vandalo Wynwood llegó a la escena gastronómica de Miami para demostrar que la destrucción de algo, es también la creación de algo nuevo. El graffiti ha sabido ganarse un lugar en el arte callejero, pero nunca imaginarías que podría irrumpir en la gastronomía para combinar arte con un buen paladar. Es el sitio perfecto que combina comida, bebidas y arte callejero en un solo lugar. Y lo hace en el vecindario de Miami, ahora famoso por su ambiente vanguardista y sus murales, donde combina el arte de los graffitis con la gastronomía. Instalaciones de neón y murales que muestran el talento del arte local, dan un exquisito estilo de “street – food” inspirado en la comida callejera. El graffiti es la columna vertebral del concepto y el diseño del nuevo Vandalo Wynwood, un concepto que te invita a entrar en un mundo de imaginación que no conoce los límites. Wynwood Art Walk District es el lugar ideal

If you are wondering what new things are coming to Miami, an artsy, colorful and rowdy bar like none other just arrived in Wynwood. Vandalo brings street art to its business with a Graffiti-inspired lounge that pays homage to the art culture in Wynwood. The lounge features work by local artists, neon installations, and a menu inspired by ethnic street food such as pork belly chicharron, fire-roasted ribeye, green plantain empanadas and more. Besides Hispanic-inspired dishes, the lounge features the real essence of Wynwood Art District through its graffiti and artistic interior. Each corner offers a gangster-meets-sophistication experience with one-of-a-kind murals outside of the building and vibrant words on the walls. Vandalo demonstrates that "the destruction of something, including one’s self, is also the creation of something new." Its crafted cocktails are one of Vandalo's main offerings, giving a twist to traditional libations. Ginnie in the Lamp, Cold Ass Ice, Vandolero and Red Headed

Vandalo and its street-art theme burst onto the scene in mid-September. The Wynwood restaurant and lounge, created by the team behind the party spot the Dirty Rabbit, calls itself "a gangsta-sophisticate experience" that "demonstrates that the destruction of something, including one’s self, is also the creation of something new. Something better." What, exactly, does that mean? Co-owner Andres San Martin says vandalo (Spanish for "vandal") refers to someone who destroys or damages property. Through his restaurant's menu of street-fare staples, he wants to address the debate about whether graffiti elevates the ordinary or constitutes vandalism. San Martin adds that his new spot combines food, drinks, and street art in one place — in Miami's neighborhood now famous for its edgy vibe and murals. "Ten years ago, there was hardly anywhere in Wynwood to go to. Now it's all about what's the best place to spend time at," he says. "Vandalo is a good spot to

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