Ever since Miami Beach founder Carl Fisher cleared a snarled sea of mangroves to create Lincoln Road around 1912, the sandy strip has served as Main Street, melting pot and the place to be seen on a Sunday stroll. With the arrival of Latin Americans, those outings extended into the wee hours, as multigenerational families pack its signature black-and-white Mod walkways for late, al fresco dinners.
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