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This new Wynwood lounge is all about the graffiti. Don’t worry - there are drinks, too

Street art and street food influence the look and what you eat at the new bar and restaurant.
Street art and street food influence the look and what you eat at the new bar and restaurant.

Wynwood is the place to go if you want to see graffiti art. And now, at the neighborhood’s new graffiti-inspired lounge, you can enjoy it in a cool, air-conditioned room without sweating your way around Wynwood Walls.

Graffiti is the backbone of concept and design of the new Vandalo Wynwood. Works by local artists and neon installation shape the vibe. You’re encouraged to drink and eat there, of course, and there will be music. But don’t forget to look at the walls.

The menu will be inspired by ethnic street food. Think Ecuadorian-style green plantain empanadas stuffed with cheese and avocado dip with plantain chips.

Because this is Wynwood, the bar will also serve craft cocktails (at this point in time it’s almost certainly against the law to open a lounge without serving craft cocktails).

Vandalo Wynwood opens Sept. 6.

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The vibe is all about the graffiti.

Vandalo Wynwood

Where: 218 NW 25th St., Miami

Opens: Sept. 6

Hours: Noon-3 a.m. daily

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Ecuadorian-style green plantain empanadas stuffed with cheese are on the menu. We are glad about this.

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