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Terras at Life House Little Havana

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Terras is our favorite rooftop in town, and this is thanks to both the great cocktails and the wonderful view of the Downtown skyline. They serve food here as well, including small plates like queso fundido, hearts of palm salad, and short rib birria tacos - but you’re mostly coming here to drink. The space is pretty and not too claustrophobic - great for a date or catching up with a few friends. And even though it’s on the roof of a hotel, it’s not annoyingly touristy.

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