El Santo Restaurant invites guests to worship at the altar of food and drink with a delectable menu of sharable plates featuring Asian, Peruvian and Latin influences. Walking through the massive wooden hacienda front doors into the dining room feels like stepping into an abandoned church that’s now been resurrected as a stylish ode to cocktails and lively dining. A lounge is outfitted with cushy leather-studded couches with an antique chapel piano serving as the DJ booth. The formal 80-seat dining room offers banquette seating beneath a grotto-like ceiling with draping vines and greenery. An intimate private dining room is ensconced within red velvet drapes. Guests can expect impromptu Mariachi’s, musical performers and lively entertainment throughout the evening.
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Further inside is a covert door that leads to Don Diablo, a cavernous bar decked out in funky Day of the Dead-inspired decor that sets the vibe at this offbeat cantina with an elite collection of mezcal and tequila. With a DJ booth set behind a wooden coffin, wood beam ceiling covered in vines and cheeky murals depicting Día de los Muertos-style skeletons and skulls decorate this secretive Mexican roadhouse-style bar straddling the line between sinners and saints.
EL SANTO/DON DIABLO MIAMI ID POLICY
IN ACCORDANCE WITH LAWS OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA,WE CAN ONLY ACCEPT THE FOLLOWING FORMS OF IDENTIFICATION TO PROVE THAT YOU ARE OF LEGAL DRINKING AGE TO CONSUME ANY ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE IN OUR RESTAURANT:
1. FOREIGN PASSPORT
2. UNITED STATES PASSPORT
3. UNITED STATES DRIVERS LICENSE.
THESE FORMS OF ID MUST BE CURRENT AND IN THE POSSESSION OF SAID PERSON. NO DIGITAL OR PHOTOGRAPHIC COPIES ARE ACCEPTABLE.
BUSINESS CASUAL. NO TANK TOPS OR SANDALS FOR MEN. NO BEACH ATTIRE PERMITTED. NO SWIM SUITS OR COVERUPS.