Flamenco Show: An Intimate Tablao

March 2, 2019   ·   8:30 p.m.

Bellmónt welcomes two masters of the flamenco art performance: Paco Fonta and Maria Mercedes. Join them this Saturday and enjoy an uplifting show in an intimate “tablao” setting.

No cover. Minimum food and beverage consumption of $50 per guest from our regular menu is required. Excludes tip and taxes.

Flamenco show starts at 8:30 p.m.; however, we recommend to arrive prior to the show to enjoy a quiet dinner. Reservations for the show are open from 7:00 p.m.


Parking: Carnaval on The Mile will take place this weekend (Saturday and Sunday); therefore, Miracle Mile will be closed to vehicles. You can park along Aragon Avenue 300 block (back of Bellmont) at $3/hour. Or at the Museum Garage located at 220 Aragon Avenue at $1/40 minutes. Or at the Garage 4 located at 365 Andalusia Avenue (across Publix) at $1/40 minutes.


  • Very nice restaurant. Everything is cooked on site, when ordered, so plan to go with time to spare, but the tranquil pace is part of the charm of the place . The seating arrangements were comfortable, the service was excellent and so was the food. We plan to return and are recommending the establishment to our friends.

    Marta Fraile

  • Amazing food, great ambience, fabulous show, delicious food! This family owned authentic Spanish gem in the heart of the Gables is a must!

    Isel Romeu

  • Great food. The owners go above and beyond to make your dining experience a happy and full one

    Matthew Maline

  • Came here for lunch and was impressed with the high quality of the food. I’m looking forward to go back soon!

    Mariela Rossel Pritikin

  • We really enjoyed our dining experience. The service was excellent, the restaurant itself was beautiful and the food reminded me of my time in Spain. Parking in the municipal lot behind the restaurant was also very easy and convenient. Highly recommended and will definitely return!

    Charles Kahn

  • Excellent! The Best! It’s a must to visit! Best Spanish from Spain restaurant around!

    Annie Clark

  • Fantastic spanish cuisine in Coral Gables. The restaurant is family owned and they gave us excellent personal service. The suckling pig was crunchy and delicious. The tenderloin or Rodaballo was superb. It was seared on the outside and you finish cooking it on a hot stone at your table. Fun and delicious! Chorizo croquettes were also a favorite. Save room for dessert. Turron ice cream or Banda de Manzana (apple tart) are both winners. We loved the Flamenco show. You should definitely check it out.

    Sandra Haugen

  • Excellent place to wine and dine. Suckling pig was delicious, as were the lamb chops and chorizo a la cidra. Wish there would have been a Fabada Asturiana but maybe that will be added to the menu in the future? Nevertheless, great place. Can’t wait to come back.

    Armando Neno Ramirez

  • Awesome, amazing! Go this place is great food, consistent. Owners are always there and they make you feel very welcomed. It’s like being in their home, in Spain, with flamenco music in the background. We always have a great time!

    Stacey Black