This little store displays and sells odd pieces of memorabilia from the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s. Most of it seems to have been ... More
Tin Man (The)
This little store displays and sells odd pieces of memorabilia from the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s. Most of it seems to have been taken from country bars or liquor stores. License plates, old neon signs, logo-emblazoned mirrors and antique liquor bottles line the shelves and the walls. Some kitschy pieces of American noir can be found here.
To get the quintessential Miami experience, visit this lovely open air market, where you can browse the artist's carts, sip
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There's always something interesting going on at Miami's latest nightlife venue. Formerly a 1930's pawn shop, this bar/lounge bills itself
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