Party lifestyle meets electric culture on the beachside strip.
How I See Miami
Miami. The Magic City. The perfect blend between a dynamic metropolitan city and beach town, catering to those who enjoy the best of the day and nightlife. Miami surprises its visitors expecting a laid-back beach town with a glamorous welcome hosting boat shows, fashion shows, food festivals and one of largest art shows in the United States, Art Basel Miami Beach. Miami culture is prevalent in the music, food, fashion and art. With its melting pot of diversity – Miami is like no other major city in the United States. We have curated a list of our top picks that will give you a glimpse of all that Miami has to offer.
Know Before You Go
You have not tried coffee until you have tried a cafecito cubano (cuban coffee or colada) from The Dutch. Comes in handy for those South Beach nights that turn into mornings.
Talk Like A Local
Know the slang of the city.
It can mean just about anything. Okay, Let’s Go, Do it, Congratulations, Later, Goodbye
Drinks at mine before we hit the town? —Dalé!
Neighborhoods to Explore
Miami Beach has the hottest vibes in North America.
1. South Beach
Welcome to the vibrant paradise and ultimate party escape.
One of the newest areas in Miami. Where street art meets hipster chic.
3. Coconut Grove
A quaint part of town, bordering the ocean and the park, with pedestrian-friendly streets full of restaurants.
4. Brickell & Downtown
An expansion of the city center.
2201 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33139
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1906 Collins Ave
Baoli serves up Mediterranean fare plus sushi and wine served in a clubby and high energy setting with garden patio.
1220 Collins Avenue
The Webster is a luxury multi-brand boutique with its flagship location in the heart of Miami Beach, in a historical Art Deco building designed in 1939 by famed architect Henry Hohauser.
1700 James Ave
More than just a restaurant or hotel, Casa Tua is a total experience. Unparalleled cuisine, fine art, impeccable service and, of course, amazing company.
2201 Collins Ave
Not your average lobby. Meet, greet, flirt, play, sip, and savor in this modern playground that is Caribbean cool perfected.
Haitian-born American painter and sculptor with eye-popping art that mesmerize people all over the world. You may even find his art at the Louvre in Paris.
2727 Indian Creek Drive
27 Restaurant and the Broken Shaker Bar are tucked away in a bohemian boutique hostel on Miami Beach, but as soon as you step in you are transported to a Latin American grandmother’s household, with a globally inspired Latin menu that truly encompasses Miami’s tastes.
Either / Or
Swish & Swing, W South Beach
Don’t go too far from WET Bar & Grille, W South Beach’s tennis pro is awaiting you at the rooftop basketball and tennis courts to practice your swing.
SOUTH BEACH ESSENTIALS
All you need for an escape to Miami.
Stop by Kith and pick up a pair (and ice cream, too).
2. Bathing Suit
Check out Osklen for the perfect swimsuit to stand out on the sand.
The Jennifer Miller x W Store has you covered for everything.
4. A Summer Dress
Go for Dior if you want casual daywear that turns to a fabulous night look.
Spotted in Miami
W South Beach
Your one stop destination for sun, sand and spectacular parties.
1875 Purdy Ave
A specialty coffee roaster specializing in the small-batch roasting of coffee beans that will change the way you think about your morning joe.
1906 Collins Ave
A sensory exploration where taste reigns supreme. Baoli’s menu caters to your every craving.
2301 Alton Rd
Relax on the green at Miami’s best luxury golf course, the perfect balance to a day at the beach.
4441 Collins Ave
This mega club at the Fontainebleu Hotel is hot Wednesdays & Saturdays for all night dancing.
1921 Collins Ave
A long running VIP Club still packs them in with a “bottles & models” type of crowd.
235 23rd St
This boutique nightclub is a celebrity hangout, and just steps away from W.
320 Lincoln Rd
Icon Hospitality’s ultra-VIP club is exclusive on a Friday night, and even tough to beat the line on an off-night. But trust us, it’s worth the wait.
Main image by Andre Schellenberg