i checked both sites- both Flagler and 37th Ave. state ALL Non-smoking- i lived there in Miami Springs and watched last boxing match- iave have been to over 100 casinos east. west. mid-south. midwest- a few have small areas for non-smokers- this is something new- i know where both are and dont need map and was going to come down in late Spring- amquite big spender so with thispolicy- youknow where you can go- i will next search the rest of Fl. casinos and i am sure they are not Stupid- that being daid, i wish you the worst of luck and with this policy you will fail not too long down thw line
I spent 2 hours losing money at their poker table only to make it all back in 15 minutes on their roulette table. That's a win for me. Great venue for live music & had awesome seats way up in the bleachers when they brought ESPN's Friday Night Fights. Magic City is easy to get to, has plenty of free parking and drinks are about $5.
After buying a new set of tires my local Goodyear wanted to charge me $100 for the alignment. Instead I went to Opalocka & got it done for $40 & it only took 20 minutes. Car is riding straight as an arrow. This place is filled with unexpected deals!
If you've ever had a Cuban abulea cook for you you know that rice with black beans, plantains and the like taste AMAZING, until you try it at a restaurant. Cuban Food is not made for mass consumption.
Sazon Cuban Cuisine earned the "Cuisine" part. It's the only restaurant I've been to that let's you really taste the flavor in Cuban food that is typically washed out at other restaurants like Versailles, & Latin Cafe. Hands down the best Cuban restaurant in Miami.
Recommend their paella, whole fried fish, ox tail and flan. Portions are HUGE and is price points are low. My wife & I will usually park in the lot across the street, walk to the beach and stop in at Sazon in the way back. Breakfast for the two of us is around $10-15 with dinner coming in around $25-$30.