There’s A New Graffiti Bar In Miami & It’s The Underground Spot We Didn’t Know We Needed
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 Brew are some of their creative drinks.
If you are wondering about the name, Vandalo means bandit in English, which means an outlaw expressing his political views through street art.
While the name serves a purpose, the bar celebrates artists in Wynwood and the beginning of a striving neighborhood. Also, this place offers an Instagrammable experience that will brighten your feed.
Vandalo is open every day from 12 p.m. until 3 a.m. and it serves Brunch on Saturday and Sunday from noon to 7 p.m.
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