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VERO BEACH, FLA.—You can order Gloria Estefan’s ropa vieja at either end of an hour-and-a-half drive on I-95, but only in Vero Beach does it come with a side dish of an uncrowded, white sand beach.
Estefan and her husband, music producer Emilio, opened Costa d’Este, a 1950s-style beach hotel and restaurant, in 2008 in this beach town off the most well-trodden tourist trail.
Although the Estefans own several Miami-area restaurants, only in Vero can diners also experience the kind of unspoiled beach town even Florida residents always hope to find and rarely do.
Think of Vero (as the locals diminutize the name) as the antidote to Miami Beach madness.
Sophisticated but eco-conscious, high-end yet homey, this once-snoozy Indian River County town of citrus barons and Waspy retirees began adding a touch of gloss to its sandy facade around the time the Estefans arrived.