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TABLE OF CONTENTS 10 Chairman’s Letter ___ 12 Board of Directors & Miami Super Bowl Host Committee Staff ___ 16 Map ___ 22 Welcome ___ 24 Super Bowl LIVE ___ 30 Super Bowl Experience ___ 32 NFL Events Information ___ 36 Touch Down & Go ___ 40 Sightseeing & Attractions ___ 50 Art & Culture ___ 58 Dining & Nightlife ___ 68 Shopping ___ 76 Environmental Initiatives ___ 82 Local Getaways

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TO SOUTH FLORIDA On behalf of the Miami Super Bowl Host Committee, our Board of Directors and partners across Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties, I welcome you to Super Bowl LIV. As my third time chairing a Super Bowl Host Committee, it is an honor to know we are not only hosting our record-breaking 11th Super Bowl, but that we were chosen as the host city to celebrate the culmination of the NFL’s Centennial Season. I am confident that as you experience everything that South Florida has to offer, you will enjoy and learn how we #LIVEITMIAMI. Many things have changed from the last time we hosted a Super Bowl 10 years ago. You will be able to visit new and emerging neighborhoods and local attractions, use stateof-the-art transportation, and savor the variety of tastes and sounds of our multicultural community. We look forward to bringing it all to life and providing you with a memorable experience and the opportunity to show your team spirit at Super Bowl LIVE in Bayfront Park. During our time carrying the torch as the Super Bowl host city, we’ve seen our community come together around important issues such as sustainability, conservation and civic enhancement projects — initiatives that will leave a long-lasting legacy beyond the game. Whether you’re a local or a visitor, we hope that you fall in love with the magic that is Miami. It is that same magic that makes us not only the hottest city in the country but in the world. #LIVEITMIAMI

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Rodney Barreto Chairman of the Miami Super Bowl Host Committee

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MIAMI SUPER BOWL HOST COMMITTEE Board of Directors Rodney Barreto Chairman and President Barreto Group

Ray Martinez Executive Director

Kenisha Brown-Alexander Manager, Volunteer Program

Brian D. Bishop Vice President, Partnerships & Marketing

Joe Fernandez Manager, Partnership Development

Randi Freedman Vice President/Producer, Super Bowl LIVE & Events

Kristina Hudak Manager, Partnership Activation & Events

Matt Allen Related Group

Elle Kehoe Vice President, Volunteer Program

Jasmine Johnson Manager, Partnership Marketing

Verdenia C. Baker Palm Beach County

William Penelas Vice President, Finance

Bruce Jay Colan Holland & Knight

Janelle M. Prieto Vice President, Communications, Marketing & Community Partnerships

William D. Talbert III, CDME Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau (GMCVB) Jim Allen Hard Rock Seminole & Gaming

Tony Coley BB&T Albert Dotson Bilzin Sumberg Oscar Feldenkreis, Jr. Perry Ellis International Tom Garfinkel Miami Dolphins & Hard Rock Stadium Robert Garner MSC Cruises Jessica Goldman Srebnick Goldman Properties Jose Mas Director MasTec Brian May Floridian Partners LLC. Nat Moore Miami Dolphins Stacy Ritter Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau Eric Silagy Florida Power & Light (FP&L)

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Host Committee Staff

Greg Terp Vice President, Operations Rashad Thomas Vice President, Business Connect & Legacy Projects Gloria Garces Senior Director, Corporate Communications & Public Affairs Maureen Luna Senior Producer, Events Eva Mejicanos Director, Communications & Marketing

Christian A. Setian Manager, Volunteer Program Carlos Valdez Manager, Operations Karla M. Fortuny Coordinator, Media Relations Claudio Martinez Coordinator, Partnership Development

WITH THE SUPPORT OF THE MIAMI-DADE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS AND THE CULTURAL AFFAIRS COUNCIL, THE MIAMI-DADE COUNTY MAYOR AND BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AND THE MIAMI BEACH VISITOR AND CONVENTION AUTHORITY.

Melina Sajous Director, Special Projects Jacquie Weisblum Director, Ocean to Everglades Felipe Angulo Manager, Business Connect & Community Outreach Melissa Babil Manager, Sponsor Activations and Accreditations

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MIAMI-DADE COUNTY MAJOR STREETS AND THOROUGHFARES

AIRPORT AREA

Water Park

OVERTOWN

ATLANTIC OCEAN

DOWNTOWN MIAMI

RICHMOND HEIGHTS Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts

Pérez Art Museum Miami

Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science

Maurice A. Ferré Park

Airport Area/Miami Springs Allapattah Aventura Bal Harbour Coconut Grove/Village West Coral Gables Doral Downtown Miami/Brickell Hialeah/Hialeah Gardens/Miami Lakes Historic Overtown Key Biscayne/Virginia Key Liberty City/Brownsville Little Haiti/Little River/Lemon City Little Havana Miami Beach Miami Design District North Miami-Dade Richmond Heights South Beach/Lincoln Road South Miami South Dade Sunny Isles Beach Surfside Upper Eastside West Miami-Kendall Wynwood

Miami Central Station

PortMiami

History Miami

GREATER MIAMI AND THE BEACHES

Olympia Theater

Brickell City Centre

Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau

Mary Brickell Village

Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science

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In the diverse and multicultural vortex of unstoppable excitement and world-class entertainment that is Miami, there is one thing that always excites and unites the “305”: the Super Bowl… where legends meet legendary. We’re ready. Are you?

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HOURS OF OPERATION

On the first weekend, and Monday and Tuesday of Super Bowl LIVE, entrance is limited to Biscayne Boulevard and NE 3rd Street (the NW entry), and Biscayne Boulevard and SE 1st Street (Chopin entry). Additional access points will be open beginning on Thursday, January 30, through the Saturday of Super Bowl week. Use the list below for quick reference. NW and Chopin Entrances ONLY Saturday, January 25th Sunday, January 26th Monday, January 27th Tuesday, January 28th Flagler Promenade, NW and Chopin entrances OPEN Thursday, January 30th Friday, January 31st Saturday, February 1st

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POINTS OF ENTRY

Saturday, January 25th – 11:00 A.M. – 11:00 P.M. Sunday, January 26th – 11:00 A.M. – 9:00 P.M. Monday, January 27th – 4:00 P.M. – 9:00 P.M. Tuesday, January 28th – 4:00 P.M. – 9:00 P.M. Wednesday, January 29th CLOSED Thursday, January 30th – 4:00 P.M. – 11:00 P.M. Friday, January 31st – 11:00 A.M. – 11:00 P.M. Saturday, February 1st – 11:00 A.M. – 11:00 P.M. From top: Courtesy of Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau; Klaus Vedfelt / Getty Images

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Water Show: Fans are sure to enjoy this spectacular display of water stunts — a first for many who have never experienced this kind of water-based entertainment. Super Bowl LIVE will include a personal watercraft stunt and freestyle show that features a wild array of aerial tricks and dizzying backflips with Jet Skis, flyboards and water jet packs. Stunts will include jet pack performers completing tricks up

Huddle Down Community Stage: In an effort to LIVE IT MIAMI, this stage will feature a wide array of local talent showcasing the culture and diversity of our community. Bands, specialty musicians, dance teams and visual art performances will be showcased daily. Schools and youth performers, along with professional groups will be showcased. The Huddle Down stage will be programmed each day of LIVE, and the hours will mirror overall hours from opening to closing. Amphitheater Stage: Friday and Saturday night concerts at this stage will feature national entertainers, including 2012 Haitian Artist of the Year J. Perry and headliners Walshy’s Fire, Miami Orchestra and Miami Nu Deco Orchestra Ensemble. From top: Courtesy of Hard Rock Stadium; Creatas / Getty Images

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EVENTS, ACTIVITIES AND INTERACTIVE ELEMENTS

Road to the 11th: Super Bowl LIVE will feature an oversized AstroTurf football field as a grand entry thoroughfare into LIVE, showcasing the Road to the 11th displaying the past 10 Super Bowls hosted in Miami.

to 70 feet in the air and Jet Skis riders doing flips and spins up to 15 feet high. Members of this demonstration team have performed all over the world, including: China, Australia, Japan, Dubai, France and throughout South America. Super Bowl LIVE will host shows daily on Thursday, Friday and Saturday right in beautiful Biscayne Bay. Wynwood on the Water: We are bringing Wynwood — one of Miami’s hottest neighborhoods — to Super Bowl LIVE. This is an art-meetsfootball project. Artist Risk will debut his mural to showcase Super Bowl LIV for fans to view. This project is curated by Host Committee Co-Chair Jessica Goldman Srebnick. Environmental Village: Miami is situated among diverse natural beauty.

Tailgate Town featuring the Culinary Stage: Nothing screams “fan experience” like the sounds and smells of an authentic tailgate. This epic pre-game party with celebrity chefs, tailgating concessions, decorative seating, games and competition comes together at Super Bowl LIVE to create a family friendly experience. Who doesn’t have a favorite tailgating dish? On the Super Bowl LIVE Culinary Stage located in Tailgate Town, local and national celebrity chef’s alongside NFL talent will take part in daily cooking demonstrations. Watch as these icons dish on all their secrets to great tailgating recipes that will last long after the game is over. The Culinary Stage will be programmed Saturday, Sunday, Thursday, Friday and, again, Saturday of LIVE.

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Adrianna Calvo Allen Susser Amaris Jones Bamanchol Beacon Hill Miami Gardens Drumline Chris Valdes Cindy Hutson Common Threads Cortadito Curbstone Demetrio Zavalo Dream on Band Domino Saints Gay Men’s Chorus of South Florida George Tandy with Jam Band Guacho “Los Latigos Santiguenos” Guerra Grooves High Tolerance IFE ILE iHeart DJs IKO IKO JECC Bootcamp Jazz Jesse Jones Jr. Jimmy Stowe & The Stowaways John Offerdahl Jose Mendin 26

La Vie Little Dreamers Luis Bofill Mariachi Homestead Miami Melton Mustafa Miami Bboy Academy Mojo Ike and Valwood’s experience New Century Dance Company Oriente Papaloko and Loray Papaloko Drum Society Paula DaSilva Richard Hales Samantha Russell Band Shaun O’Neale Spam All Stars Steelpan Trio “Sound Factory” Stef Silva Stereomix Suenalo The Wildfire Band Urban Poppin Salsa Team Vincent Gourmet

From our fabulous beaches to the magnificence of the River of Grass, there is so much to discover. The Miami Super Bowl Host Committee partnered with Ocean Conservancy and The Everglades Foundation to raise awareness of Miami’s environment through the Ocean to Everglades (O2E) initiative. We invite you to explore Environmental Village and learn about our ocean and the Everglades. #NFL100LIVE: Fans will share their own congratulatory messages or cherished memories of the past via social media posts displayed on our 34-foot LED Social Media Wall. Super Bowl LIVE Evening Parades: Featuring over 100 performers on Friday and Saturday night, Super Bowl LIVE will become Main Street for a parade like you’ve never seen before. Two nights of this showstopping dance party will have you feeling all the rhythm Miami has to offer. Miami’s Caribbean Carnival will feature Junkanoos with incredible oversized costumes from our Caribbean community, catchy soca beats and steel drums. Miami’s Latin Parade will feature Brazilian samba dancers and rhythm beaters, or batucada, acrobatic capoeira dancers, and the vibrant costumes and rhythms of Cuba, Colombia, Venezuela and Argentina. These parades will celebrate Miami’s diversity and the NFL’s 100th anniversary. Fireworks Extravaganza: On Friday and Saturday, following the parade and concerts, Biscayne Bay will light up in a spectacular fireworks show illuminating the sky above the bay.

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Artists & Performers

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Bag Policy: Bags, backpacks, handbags and fanny packs larger than 12” x 12” x 6” are strictly prohibited. Security Procedures: All guests and items are subject to search. LIVE does not provide any storage and will not accept, hold or secure personal items for guests that are denied entry into LIVE. Confiscated items will be disposed of each day. The safety of our fans is paramount. LIVE reserves the right to deny entry to any person or item that organizers and/or security personnel deem prohibited.

CONTACT NUMBERS & WEBSITES Anti-Human Sex Trafficking Call 305-FIX-STOP (305-349-7867) or visit humantraffickinghotline.org Miami-Dade Police For Emergencies: 911 For non-emergencies: 305-4-POLICE (305-476-5423) See Something Send Something Text or call 305-800-8477

Permitted Items: Baby strollers, ponchos/rain jackets, prescription or over the counter medications and small cameras.

Lost & Found 305-792-8830

Prohibited Activities: Panhandling, soliciting and camping.

Remember to allow extra time when traveling. Special event road closures and detours around the city can set you back. Also, bear in mind that Florida recently enacted a law against texting and driving, so keep your phone down while you drive. Have an enjoyable stay in Miami!

Prohibited Items: • Alcohol or alcoholic beverages • Animals • Binoculars

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INSIDER TIPS & USEFUL INFORMATION

• B  ottles, cans, coolers, thermoses, hard containers (plastic baby bottles are permitted if an infant is present), cameras with lenses that exceed six inches in length (camera cases/ bags are not permitted) • Chairs, bicycles, blankets, frisbees, furniture or hammocks • Computers or laptops • Drones or unmanned aerial vehicles of any kind • Electronic stunning devices, aerosols, pepper spray or mace • Explosives or combustibles of any kind • Inflatable or stuffed animals • Knives of any kind • Selfie sticks or poles of any kind • Skateboards, hoverboards, scooters of any type or any self-propelled vehicles, except for ADA or medical purposes • Smoking or vape material, e-cigarettes, lighters and matches • Tents or shade canopies • Umbrellas more than 12 inches in diameter • Unauthorized vending or solicitation • Video recorders or professional photography • Walkie talkies • Weapons of any kind

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Fans have the opportunity to attend Super Bowl Experience, the NFL’s interactive football theme park as Super Bowl LIV touches down in Miami.

SUPER BOWL EXPERIENCE PRESENTED BY LOWE’S

NFL’s interactive football theme park will return to Miami for Super Bowl LIVE from Saturday, January 25–Sunday, January 28, and from Wednesday January 29–Saturday, February 1, at the Miami Beach Convention Center. To celebrate the history of the NFL at the culmination of its 100th season, Super Bowl Experience will offer fans the opportunity to collect autographs from current NFL players and Legends, participate in games, youth football clinics, and shop merchandise from NFL Shop presented by Visa. Super Bowl Experience will also feature photos with the Vince Lombardi Trophy, a 40-yard dash and vertical jump against NFL players on LED screens, and a Super Bowl rings display showcasing all 53 Super Bowl rings! Tickets for Super Bowl Experience Presented by Lowe’s start at $20, and kids 12 and under can attend FREE every day. Tickets are on sale now at NFL.com/ SuperBowlExperience. For more information and a complete Schedule of events for Super Bowl Experience Presented by Lowe’s visit SuperBowl.com and download the NFL One Pass. 2020 Super Bowl Experience Tickets: DATE ADULT KIDS Saturday, January 25 $20 FREE Sunday, January 26 $20 FREE Wednesday, January 29 $20 FREE Thursday, January 30 $40 FREE Friday, January 31 $40 FREE Saturday, February 1 $40 FREE SBXTRA Ticket $60 (for all ages) SBXOT Ticket $50 (for all ages)

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NFL EVENTS

Fans can attend Super Bowl Opening Night to be there as Super Bowl Players and Coaches Make Their First Public Appearance during Super Bowl Week Super Bowl LIV will kick off in Miami at Marlins Park as the venue transforms into a primetime showcase of Super Bowl teams at Super Bowl Opening Night Presented by Bolt24 on Monday, January 27, 2020. Tickets are now on sale, fans may purchase tickets at NFL.com/ SuperBowlOpeningNight to be there to help welcome Super Bowl teams to town and get exclusive access to this special media session. At Super Bowl Opening Night, thousands of media will interview the Super Bowl players and coaches for the first time during their only public appearance in Miami before taking the field for Super Bowl LIV. Opening Night is the only time the two teams will be together in one location prior to the big game. Super Bowl Opening Night will also feature live entertainment, special appearances and autographs by NFL players and Legends, team mascots, as well as fan photo opportunities and the chance to see Super Bowl players and coaches up close and listen to players answer media’s questions via free radios distributed throughout the venue. Atten1dees will have the chance to win prizes including two tickets to Super Bowl LIV by checking in with the Super Bowl LIV OnePass app. “Super Bowl Opening Night officially kicks off the grand finale of the NFL’s 100th season,” said Peter O’Reilly, NFL Executive Vice President, Club Business and League Events. “We are thrilled to once again give fans up close access to the Super Bowl players, coaches and media from around the world to officially open Super Bowl Week in Miami.” Super Bowl Opening Night begins at 7:00 PM ET and will be televised live on NFL Network. Fans in attendance will receive a free radio giving them access to NFL Network coverage and player interviews taking place at the individual podiums. Doors will open at 5:00 PM ET. Opening Night Tickets All Tickets – General Admission $25 For more information on the event and updates on other Super Bowl LIV celebrations, visit SuperBowl.com.

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BY J E F F B O R G

SO FLY Miami International Airport welcomes all visitors with a recently completed fourth runway and new North and South Terminals. The additional 7.5 million square feet of expanded terminal space includes 130 more gates and 617 additional counters, as well as a new baggage-handling system. The North Terminal (concourse D) is so big it has its own mile-long rooftop people mover called SkyTrain. The gleaming South Terminal (concourses H and J) features vaulted ceilings and towering windows. Throughout the airport, colorful architectural details, permanent art installations and temporary exhibits enhance the traveling experience, giving visitors a glimpse of Miami’s culture, environment and international DNA. Currently on display is Football Player, a hyperrealist sculpture created by American artist Duane Hanson in 1981 and on view for the first time to the traveling public. Keep your ears perked for the voices of local sports, music and cooking stars, who greet passengers on the airport’s 36

PA system. These include Miami Dolphins legends Dan Marino and Nat Moore, among many other celebrities. On the ground, all roads — and trains and buses — lead to the massive transportation hub adjacent to the airport known as the Miami Intermodal Center. It connects the passenger terminal with any mode of ground transportation needed while reducing environmental impact by decongesting the busy roadways around the airport. MIA Mover, an automated light-rail system, then connects passengers coming from the air terminal with the Rental Car Center, train stations and buses.

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Touch down, check in and be at your Super Bowl activity within the hour. Miami International Airport lands you in the heart of it all. Then trains, buses, shared bikes and other wheels get you anywhere you want.

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TRAINS AND BUSES

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The 4.4-mile Metromover tram that loops around Downtown Miami interconnects with Metrorail and Metrobus. Free trams run every few minutes and stop every few blocks. Metrorail, Metrobus and Metromover — operated by Miami-Dade County — work together to provide low-cost local transit, and the MDT Tracker app keeps riders connected. With new train cars, the 25-mile, 23-station Metrorail system runs like a transit spine from Dadeland in the south up through Downtown Miami, and northwest to Miami International Airport (Orange line) and Hialeah (Green line), with buses fanning out from the stations. Metrobus operates 102 routes with nearly a thousand buses covering 29 million miles per year. Beaches and other tourist favorites are well served. Equipped with luggage racks, the Miami Beach Airport Express (route 150) runs from MIA to South Pointe and back. Most Metrobus and Metrorail trips cost $2.25 with a prepaid, rechargeable Easy card or ticket. Express buses are $2.65. Shuttles are 25 cents. Buses accept dollar bills, quarters, dimes and nickels, but the train accepts only the card, which can be purchased and reloaded at stations or through the Easy Pay app. An unlimited daily pass is $5.65, a weekly pass is $29.25, and a monthly pass is $112.50. Some individual cities offer free local shuttles. Miami Beach operates four trolley loops. City of Miami runs 14 trolley routes in the central city, including Wynwood, and the SUPER BOWL 2020

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TAXI, RIDE OR RENTAL Greater Miami is one of the easiest and most affordable places to rent wheels. The Rental Car Center, conveniently located next to the airport, accommodates 16 agencies under a single roof. Just look for the MIA Mover on the third level of the passenger terminal at Concourse E and ride it to the rental center.

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Taxi trips are quick and affordable. Special blue cabs serve the airport area for flat rates of $13 to $17. Other flat-rate zones include Miami Beach and PortMiami. Regular cabs, usually yellow and waiting outside baggage claim, service the rest of the city. Ridesharing companies such as Lyft and Uber operate freely throughout the region. The Curb app hails cabs from Super Yellow, Central Cab and Tropical Cab.

PEDAL OR SCOOT An environmentally conscious way to get around Miami Beach, Downtown Miami, Wynwood and other areas — and get a little exercise in the process — is the popular bikesharing program CitiBike Miami, powered by DecoBike. It gives locals and visitors at least 18 years old easy access to nearly 2,000 beach cruisers available at more than 160 solarpowered DecoStations. Riders can check out a bike from any station and return it to any station by paying hourly rates with their credit cards upon rental, or they can start a monthly membership. A number of electric scooter rental companies also operate throughout the region, including Bird, Lyft and others.

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Coral Gables trolley has two routes connecting with Douglas Road Metrorail station. Intercity passengers can ride up the coast on the Tri-Rail system. Amtrak trains currently terminate five miles north of the airport, but a new station, Virgin MiamiCentral, operates in Downtown Miami. Its VirginTrains connect Miami with Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach.

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BY J . J . C O L AG R A N D E

First Down on Miami Beach and the most reliable attractions are always the sand and sea. Second Down: the district moves the ball from the narrow European-inspired Española Way out to Lincoln Road, Ocean Drive and Collins Avenue — diverse beach districts all lined with countless restaurants, bars, shops, nighlife options and people. Then go long — all the way up to the J.W. Marriott Miami Turnberry Resort & Spa in Aventura — where the Tidal Cove Waterpark offers daring drops, turns and twisting spirals in countless rides, including a gravity-defying raft ride and a freefall loop. Or keep it low key as you meander along a lazy river while the little ones make friends at Kids Cove. If that’s too much action, the Miami Beach Botanical Garden offers the ideal hideaway to call a time out — right across from the Miami Beach Convention Center. Get some tropical

Jungle Island, both family friendly attractions tucked between Downtown and Miami Beach. Just off Biscayne Bay you’ll come upon an unexpected vision: Vizcaya Museum & Gardens. Near the upscale but laidback Coconut Grove neighborhood, the iconic attraction is a breathtaking villa built in 1916 as the estate of businessman James Deering. Rich in history, architecture and décor, the

zen without getting too far. Then, take your running game out to the Miami Children’s Museum or

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SUPER FAN FEST IN WYNWOOD Just slightly north, past Downtown and Museum Park, is Miami’s hottest neighborhood: Wynwood. Not only is this warehouse-turned-arts-district worth a visit in its own right, it’s also the location of Super Fan Fest, a free, week-long satellite event where fans will get to play before the Big Game. Right in the middle of Wynwood, large screens and authentic bleachers will set the stage, as visitors play pick-up touch games on the flag football field; try to kick the ball though a regulation field goal post; take a shot at the daily run, pass and kick contests; and so much more. Food trucks, bars, vendors, activations, a beer garden, tailgate BBQ zone and nightly dance parties round out the activities. And the best part is it’s all free!

GO SOUTH The sights reach far and wide in the Magic City — and they also get curioser and curioser. Case in Point: Coral Castle. The mysterious scientific marvel was built by a single man in 1923. Scientists, engineers, and historians are still challenged as to how Ed Leedskalnin was able to accomplish what he did, but his secrets remain. Proclaiming he knew how the Egyptian Pyramids were built, Leedskalnin built a megalithic structure in the 20th century — without modern technology or assistance. Take a guided tour of the grounds to learn about the history, science and romance behind the attraction. Look for patterns hidden in plain sight, see the newly discovered quarry where Leedskalnin buried most of his tools, marvel at his duplicate of a Stonehenge column with an alien face carved into the coral rock, turn the three-ton gate with the push of a finger and check out the sundial that displays a calendar, the seasons, winter and summer solstice, and the time of day. A little west of the castle is another of the city’s legendary attractions. Celebrating its 40th anniversary, Zoo Miami is a local institution that has grown to become one of the largest and most influential zoos in the world. A pioneer in wildlife education and conservation, Zoo Miami has always gone to great lengths to replicate habitats, having animals live in wide open spaces that support their natural social structures. According to Ron Magill, Communications Director of the Miami-Dade Zoological Park and Gardens, it’s a feather in the Zoo’s cap that the nearly 750-acre property is not fully developed. “We are blessed to be in a subtropical climate where many animals from numerous continents thrive,” he

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seaside mansion is surrounded by romantic gardens, winding walkways and stunning architectural details. Over the Rickenbacker Causeway in tony Key Biscayne, wild times with the family continue at Miami Seaquarium, a 38-acre world-class marine-life entertainment complex. Down the road, you can swim, lounge, hike the well preserved barrierisland habitats or enjoy a picnic at Historic Virginia Key Beach Park. Once a segregated beach, the park now welcomes everyone with family-friendly amenities, such as grilling pavilions, an antique carousel, kids playground and beachside cabanas, as well as the largest mangrove wetland in the state! All along the island you’ll find popular beach destinations like Crandon Park and Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park.

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we have right here.” For zoos to be successful, they have to become conservation centers, and Zoo Miami is doing just that, repurposing an existing building to create a space for education. At the Conservation Action Center, opening in summer 2020, zoo guests will learn all the different and unexpected ways we all affect our environment, from where water comes from and where garbage goes to how something as seemingly harmless and ubiquitous as palm oil can destroy habitats. Stop by to see the more than 3,000 animals, 1,000 species of trees and plants, and 100 exhibits, and participate in the E-Waste Recycling Rally. Held in partnership with the NFL, Verizon and the Miami Super Bowl Host Committee, the rally invites visitors to bring their electronic waste to the zoo for recycling to educate the public on how waste impacts the local environment, as well as places far from home, because, as Magill says, “everything is connected.”

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SPIKE IT, BIKE IT OR HIKE IT Biking in Miami Beach and Downtown is a great way to exercise and sightsee. In the Downtown and Brickell areas you can rent a scooter, and bike-share stations can be found just about everywhere. If you’re feeling ambitious, bike the 15-mile Shark Valley trail in Everglades National Park. The waters are low in winter, so you can easily see gators. You can also explore amazing Miami-area trails at Oleta River State Park, Crandon Park in Key Biscayne or a little farther south in Biscayne National Park.

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says. “No matter how much money you put into an artificial environment, it can never match what Mother Nature can do.” Having joined the zoo staff from the outset, Magill is also celebrating 40 years of working with the animals. In that time, Zoo Miami has welcomed millions of visitors and has also accomplished a number of feats, including reproducing a wide variety of animals from Komodo dragons and Puerto Rican crested toads to various types of hooved animals, such as giraffes, giant eland and sable antelope. Most recently, it became the first zoo in the world to successfully reproduce a greater one-horned Indian rhino through induced ovulation and artificial insemination. With a mission to teach people to understand wildlife, Zoo Miami is a great place to get a taste of numerous ecosystems from around the world, including what you find right here in South Florida. “Florida Mission Everglades showcases animals we have in our backyard,” says Magill. “Too many times we concentrate on elephants and lions and tigers and we don’t realize the treasures

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Sitting on a pristine beach, splashing in clear seas might be enough for some, but why not run up the score? Parasail above the waves, rent a Jet Ski or go on deep-sea fishing expedition. Maybe cruise the Miami River. Or take advantage of being in the Cruise Capital of the World. At PortMiami 22 cruise lines — including Royal Caribbean, Norwegian Cruise Line and Disney Cruise Line, among many others — berth 55 ships.

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MSC Cruises — the world’s largest privately-owned cruise line — operates four ships out of PortMiami. All four ships visit the company’s new private island destination, Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve, located in The Bahamas just 65 miles east of Miami. The island is designed to immerse guests in the natural beauty of their surroundings and includes dedicated edutainment programs, inviting guests to learn about the importance of protecting and preserving coral reefs and marine life in the oceans. As part of its commitment to protecting the environment, MSC Cruises is the first global cruise line with carbon neutral marine operations.

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BY J . J . C O L AG R A N D E Culture is everywhere you look, listen and move in Greater Miami and the Beaches. From the Art Deco buildings off Ocean Drive and wildly imaginative parking garages and lifeguard towers throughout the beach to the infectious rhythms you can hear from bars and passing cars as you stroll through brightly painted streetscapes, in this city art is always on holiday.

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multiple galleries, a café and museum store are complemented by robust programming that includes traveling exhibits, films and lectures. The Colony Theatre represents an Art Deco gem nestled amid the hustle and bustle of Lincoln Road. The 417-seat twostory theater is a state-of-the-art venue without a bad seat in the house. From January 23 – February 16, you can catch the world premier of The Cubans, a comedic exploration of the intergenerational relationships within a Cuban-American family. The Frank Gehry-designed New World Center is home to the New World Symphony, America’s Orchestral Academy. Balance your hectic Super Bowl week with a little classical

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Everyone comes for the street art in Wynwood — which can now be experienced at the Hard Rock Stadium, too — but Miami is a rich tapestry of cultural experiences that visitors should check out.

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music, get limber early on a Saturday with Yoga Mornings at SoundScape Park or bring a blanket and some wine to a WALLCAST® concert — a live performance projected onto the 7,000-square-foot wall of the New World Center. It truly is a visual and audio technology marvel.

Miami’s arts and cultural district is squarely rooted in the Downtown corridor. All within walking distance, or a cheap ride share, the entire neighborhood of Wynwood is one giant museum dedicated to enormous street art displays painted by local artists and internationally renowned muralists. If more formal and less street is what you seek, The Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts offers the most programming in the city. At the center, the Florida Grand Opera is performing Puccini’s Madama Butterfly January 18–26. Aficionados and newbies alike will enjoy one of the most beloved operas of all time. Mummenschanz is a Swiss-based theater troupe that has been dazzling audiences for 45 years. Their work blends puppetry, humor, circus and masks to create a visually stunning entertainment experience for all ages, and they will be in town on February 7. Ailey II: The Next Generation of Dance brings America’s freshest dance troupe for a night of creative and refreshing vision on February 8.

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The Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM), located in an amazingly picturesque waterfront locale, is Miami’s premier modern art institution. It specializes in Latin American and Caribbean artists. Next door, the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science is a sanctuary of all things science-related, featuring a worldclass aquarium with an immersive shark tank, a planetarium and amazing science exhibits. A less traditionally artistic museum experience can be had through February 9 at HistoryMiami Museum, which is hosting a must-see exhibit for all football fans. Gridiron Glory: The Best of the Pro Football Hall of Fame showcases hundreds of fascinating football memorabilia through an interactive multimedia, panoramic experience that traces the NFL’s 100-year history from its legendary roots to the present day. Football meets art at the Hard Rock Stadium where visitors can have a Wynwood-like street art experience, complete with 19 murals and 17 fine art pieces by 18 artists.

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With celebrity chefs executing the latest techniques and plating, Miami is a global culinary crossroads where different cultures, cooking styles and ingredients meet deliciously on local menus. Asia and Peru fuse in extraordinary fashion at La Mar by Gastón Acurio at the Mandarin Oriental on Brickell Key, featuring upscale novo-Andean fare and Asian-Peru fusion cuisine along with pre-Columbian meat dishes and specialty cocktails. A seductive vintage atmosphere and delicious Italian specialties keep people streaming to Cecconi’s in the courtyard of Miami Beach’s Soho Beach House, serving handmade pasta, seafood and classic cocktails at a beautiful Old World-inspired bar. The South of Fifth District on Miami Beach has become a must-dine destination thanks to places like Estiatorio Milos, where fresh seafood is served in impeccable Mediterranean style. Back on the mainland, Italian dining at Divieto Ristorante in Doral proves the classics never go out of style. With more than 70 signature Italian dishes on the menu, the setting harkens back to the bygone era of flappers, mobsters and Prohibition New York.

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BY L I S A S I M U N D S O N

THE FLAVORS

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No matter the craving, Greater Miami and the Beaches never runs out of new and thrilling options to tempt your palate with more than just delectable cuisine. Take a seat and dive into inspired with multisensory delights.


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THE VIBE From James Beard Award-nominated chefs to an Asian food hall, Wynwood has swiftly transformed into one of Greater Miami’s hottest dining destinations where you can dine next to murals or inside quirky art galleries. For those who crave the hustle and bustle of Miami Beach, Lincoln Road is made up of two pedestrian-friendly avenues of iconic eateries offering indoor and “al fresco” dining. Meanwhile the famous beachside strip known as Ocean Drive offers the opportunity to people-watch as you dine. Stroll those always-happening streets afterward to walk off the calories and feel like a local. Equal parts authentic Beijing and imaginative menu items, Mr. Chow at the W South Beach features a stunning dining room anchored by a 125-foot gold-leaf and Swarovski crystal chandelier designed by Michael Chow himself. In Little Havana, traditional flavors from Cuba are always served piping hot out of La Carreta’s outpost in this and other Greater Miami neighborhoods. The iconic Versailles, a Miami institution, is the place for traditional Havana-style fare with a side of local color, as many neighborhood characters stop by daily for cafecito and to catch up on island politics.

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Food is so much more than sustenance in Miami. James Beard Award-nominated chef/restaurateur José Mendín has captured many moods with his dining concepts, from Pubbelly Sushi – with multiple Miami locations – to Habitat in the 1 Hotel South Beach. James Beard Award winner Michelle Bernstein at the center of Miami’s restaurant scene for two decades. Her newest venture, Café La Trova, is in the heart of Little Havana and offers a contemporary take on Cuban-style dishes. The celebrated Michael Mina oversees 30 restaurants around the world and has put his stamp on Miami with Bourbon Steak at the JW Marriott Turnberry Resort & Spa, International Smoke at Aventura Mall and Stripsteak at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach.

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As in the realms of art, culture and entertainment, Miami leads the world in culinary innovation, a trend that started several decades ago when local chefs started blending influences from the Caribbean, Latin America, Europe and Asia to create the region’s signature New World Cuisine. Today, Miami attracts the world’s top culinary talent, including James Beard Award-winning chef/restaurateur Michael Schwartz, who landed here in the early 1990s and opened his flagship restaurant, Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink in the Design District in 2007. His prize portfolio of dining concepts continues to grow with its newest incarnation – Tigertail + Mary, a Meyer Davis Studios-designed eatery in Coconut Grove.

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La Muse Café at Kimpton EPIC Hotel Miami inspires both art and food lovers. Housed in the award-winning Avant Gallery and showcasing a menu that riffs on iconic muses and their artists its dishes are served with culinary nods to France, New York, California and the Mediterranean.

A SWEET FINISH It may be hot and spicy, but Miami has a sweet side, too. From traditional scones, baked staples — crème brûlée and churros — and tropical indulgences starring the sweetness of guava, mango, Key lime and other exotic fruits to artisanal donuts, tiny pies and so much ice cream, Miami’s restaurants, cafes and bakeries will kindle your cravings. Consider the flavors of balsamic strawberry, caramel flan and sweet plantain. They’re all choices at Little Havana’s Azucar, where ice cream and sorbet is handcrafted in homage to the recipes of the owner’s grandmother using high-quality, locally grown and seasonal ingredients. Once you recover from that, there are sweet endings at restaurants all over the city, including the simply delicious corn cake with vanilla ice cream at Lolo’s Surf Cantina in South Beach’s South of Fifth District. In addition, abundant neighborhood bakeries whip up signature sweets and coffees reflecting the city’s multicultural flavor.

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Surrounded by stunning waterscapes, dazzling city skylines and cuttingedge art, you’ll never run out of spots to sit and savor the view along with your cuisine. A Miami institution that just keeps getting better, Smith & Wollensky in Miami Beach’s South Pointe Park neighborhood offers stunning views of the Miami skyline and passing ships from its outdoor patio. The picturesque Miami River provides the scenic backdrop. Housed in a post-industrial warehouse with nautical touches and featuring signature woodfired casseroles and crafted cocktails in a main dining area, Seaspice Brasserie and Lounge offers an exterior courtyard lounge, a lush garden bar and a covered patio, all with views of fiery sunsets over the water. You’ll relish the artfully prepared and tastefully displayed cuisine at Tuyo, located atop the Miami Culinary Institute in the heart of Downtown.

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Miami’s diverse club scene and after-hours options are legendary. Simply choose a neighborhood and watch the night fade into the next sunrise. E11EVEN is Miami’s ultra-club. Open 24-hours, the venue features state of the art sound and video installations as a backdrop to top entertainment acts, as well as Cirque-style performers, aerialists, go-godancers and frequent exotic acts. Club Space across the street has long been Miami’s premier dance club for electronic music enthusiasts. Wynwood, with its beautiful street art, quickly transformed into the trendiest nighttime destination. With food trucks, pop-ups and activations, the area is ever-changing. Boutique cocktail lounges like The Dirty Rabbit and Racket offer an indoor-outdoor club experience. While El Patio is an open-space bar specializing in Latin beats and dancing. On the other side of town in Little Havana, Ball & Chain is a bar and lounge set in a historic building right on Calle Ocho. It features some of the best live music acts, along with salsa dancing and an incredibly hip vibe.

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Super Bowl LIV shares its name with the most iconic nightclub in Miami. LIV, tucked within the historic Fontainebleau on South Beach, often draws the most popular DJs and marquee acts, and it’s also a hot spot for celebrity sightings. Story is a nightclub hosting rap music acts, while Basement’s draw is a completely unique take on after hours entertainment, with its ice-skating rink, bowling alley and world-class DJs. Nikki Beach has it all: a delicious indoor restaurant, large outdoor beach club and sprawling cabana-style loungers for partiers to enjoy both day and night. Twist is an iconic Miami Beach gay bar and a local institution.

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BARS There is no shortage of bars in Miami, where many of the restaurants boast their own mixologists, and the wealth of hotels and resorts offer an embarrassment of options for the 21 and over crowd. Here are a few South Beach mainstays. The Clevelander is right in the middle of South Beach and figures to be on fire during Super Bowl week. The pool and bar house ESPN studios where radio and Miami icon Dan LeBatard records his popular ESPN radio show and podcast. Wet Willies is a Key West-style bar that specializes in frozen drinks that are so sweet you won’t know what hit you. Broken Shaker is a haven for hip, young locals and tourists alike. The outdoor bar immediately feels comfortable and the drinks are downright delicious. Mango’s Tropical Café provides a quick dive into Miami’s fiery Latin culture. The iconic and sultry dancers entertain over a million people every year.

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Miami’s craft brewery scene is booming. The easiest neighborhood to navigate is Wynwood with its four beer havens — Wynwood Brewery, Concrete Beach, Veza Sur and J. Wakefield — within walking distance from one another. All the breweries offer a mix of signature beers and rotating specialties. Doral, an area on the rise near the Miami Airport, has the most breweries in Miami: MIA Beer, Tripping Animals, The Tank, Beat Culture, Biscayne Bay Brewing and Lincoln’s Beard. Farther north, in Fort Lauderdale, Funky Buddha is a requisite stop for beer enthusiasts.

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With its exciting mix of haute couture, retail markets, designer boutiques and bargain outlets, Greater Miami and the Beaches has something for everyone. BY L I S A S I M U N D S O N

From chic boutiques to malls the size of small towns, shopaholics strike retail gold in Greater Miami and the Beaches. Spend the day in a magnificent mall or window-shop for miles along elegant outdoor promenades, stopping only for lunch or a spa break. For many, it’s the best way to spend time, exploring the city’s mix of fashionable, upscale and trendy.

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Head south to find Dadeland Mall, one of Greater Miami’s original shopping destinations. Farther south — and surrounded by a million-gallon waterscape and tropical foliage — The Falls offers open-air shopping, dining and all-day entertainment.

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When it comes to malls, Greater Miami offers some of the country’s topgrossing retail establishments. Ranked the third largest mall in the U.S., and the largest in Florida, Aventura Mall in northeast Miami-Dade checks in with more than 300 specialty stores and designer boutiques, 50 eateries and restaurants, a 24-screen movie theater and an experiential arts program showcasing 20 museum-quality pieces. Upscale goes bargain hunting at Dolphin Mall, where incredible shopping meets plenty of entertainment options.

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“AL FRESCO” SHOPPING Another way to soak up the Miami sunshine, not to mention some local color, is by taking it to the streets. In the stylish village of Bal Harbour, superlative shopping meets tropical sophistication at Bal Harbour Shops, whose store directory reads like a Who’s Who of retail royalty — Balmain, Fendi, Harry Winston, Lalique, Prada... the list goes on. People-watching and outdoor cafés fuse with designer shopping in Miami Beach, where Lincoln Road, Española Way, Washington Avenue, Collins Avenue and Ocean Drive are all synonymous with must-have merchandise. Some Miami Beach resorts also have their own in-house boutiques that are well worth finding. Beyond the beach, every Miami neighborhood offers a unique shopping experience. The bayside village of Coconut Grove welcomes strollers, shoppers and diners to places like CocoWalk. Currently undergoing a major expansion and renovation, CocoWalk is about to get even better. Anchored by its signature promenade, Miracle Mile, the streets of downtown Coral Gables are lined with bridal shops, upscale clothing boutiques, fine jewelers, book sellers and

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DOWNTOWN CHIC Street-smart shopping is a signature trademark of Downtown Miami, where you’ll find low prices on fashions, fragrances, shoes, sporting goods, electronics and more at hundreds of retailers, including Alberto Cortes Cosmetics and Perfumes. Have a snack on the go or linger over lunch before exploring one of the nation’s largest jewelry districts, which includes the historic Seybold building, housing several stories of fine jewelry. Step into the future of shopping at Brickell City Centre, spanning three city blocks in Downtown Miami with four levels of interconnected dining, entertainment and shopping. With luxury features including a 107,000-square-foot Saks Fifth

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art galleries. The city is also home to some of Greater Miami’s most popular restaurants. In the nearby city of South Miami, colorful byways point the way to dozens of specialty stores at The Shops at Sunset Place. Located in the heart of its vibrant namesake, CityPlace Doral is a mixeduse complex offering an irresistible blend of shopping, dining and entertainment. Close by, Downtown Doral is a town center featuring excellent shops and restaurants. Head north past Aventura to legendary Gulfstream Park, which in addition to being home to the Florida Derby horse race is also the focus of some great shopping, from home furnishings and décor to health, beauty and fashion finds.

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Avenue and a VIP Cinema Experience from CMX, Brickell City Centre creates its own urban enclave with a mix of hotel, shops, offices and apartments. Set on the banks of beautiful Biscayne Bay and surrounded by a dramatic Downtown cityscape, Bayside Marketplace is the complete Miami experience, with seafood, tropical cocktails, live music and an open-air design that welcomes the breezes and the brilliant Miami sunshine. More than 140 shops and boutiques include national chains as well as a World Market selling one-of-a-kind crafts and collectibles from across the globe. Also part of Downtown Miami, Mary Brickell Village offers a break from the city bustle as visitors stroll shaded courtyards to boutiques, restaurants and bars with the financial capital of the Americas just a block away. If you still haven’t finished shopping before catching your flight home, not to worry – the shops at Miami International Airport include jewelers, bookstores, art retailers and duty-free favorites.

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Just north of Downtown Miami, the Miami Design District tempts serious collectors with contemporary and traditional showrooms, luxury home accents, galleries and fashion icons from Alice + Olivia to Louis Vuitton and Zadig & Voltaire. Wynwood is the place to ogle at otherworldly scenes painted on warehouse walls and up the sides of buildings, so it’s natural to be inspired to pick up art while you’re in this part of town. Whether picking up prints, funky T-shirts, playful gadgetry or spunky stickers, the shopping in Wynwood is one-of-a-kind. Also in the neighborhood, FCi is a versatile and robust go-to resource for workplace and laboratory contract furniture serving architects, interior designers, facilities management groups and everyday customers. Founded in 1977, FCi has grown to become one of North America’s largest workplace furniture dealerships with five key locations across the country. Providing furniture and

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Sustainability and corporate social responsibility are at the core of their guiding principles. State-of-the-art showrooms at PEI headquarters were designed by LEED-Certified architects. Theywww.pery.com are champions of conservation and environmental www.perryellis.com preservation. In addition to supporting philanthropic causes, they promote associates to be good corporate citizens and PEI110455 MR's 30th Anniversary Corporate Ad_.indd 1 good neighbors. Furthermore, since 2013 PEI has reduced greenhouse gas emissions by 27 percent. Recycling efforts have led to approximately 9,500 tons of CO2 saved and a recent solar panel installation in one of its distribution centers highlights the company’s commitment to utilizing renewable energy. Their Original Penguin by Munsingwear® brand supports ocean conservation, and a number of lines are sourced and designed utilizing recycled fabrics. Pioneering business practices, sponsoring iconic sporting events and empowering associates have all made PEI a winner. It’s all part of their transformation, influencing today’s fashionsavvy consumer as their 50+ year legacy continually evolves.

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Miami, specifically the city of Doral, is booming with restaurants, premium shopping malls and outlets, as well as picturesque parks and a growing number of multinational companies. It’s the perfect fit for Perry Ellis International (PEI), a global fashion house representing a diversified global portfolio of lifestyle and licensed brands. These include Perry Ellis®, Perry Ellis America®, An Original Penguin by Munsingwear®, Laundry by Shelli Segal®, Rafaella®, Cubavera®, Savane®, Nike® Swimwear, as well as leading golf brands such as Callaway®, PGA TOUR® and Jack Nicklaus®, which are sold to diversified channels of distribution from luxury to mass market retailers, as well as direct to consumer stores and websites. The vision and entrepreneurial spirit and leadership of founder George Feldenkreis in partnership with his son, Oscar, CEO and President, have allowed the company to flourish and expand its global footprint through innovation and an infusion of technology in product design, marketing and business development. Most recently, PEI partnered with the Super Bowl LIV Host Committee to become its exclusive apparel uniform provider. To outfit all participants in the Volunteer Program for the event, the company donated 10,000 uniforms, including logoed short and long sleeve polo shirts, hats, and water-repellent reflective jackets which are sure to become coveted sports apparel memorabilia. Impressive, for sure. But that’s only part of PEI’s overall game plan.

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The Super Bowl is a game of superlatives. Bigger. Faster. Greater. More. Go big or go home is the name of the game. And as modern-day gladiators aim to make history on the field, the sheer number of travelers coming to town for the event and the extent of food served at restaurants, bars and viewing parties can feel like the sole focus is on runaway consumerism. But that would be missing the full-scale of the efforts made not just to improve the impact this massive event has on a city, but to leave the place a little better than it was before. Enter the environmental initiatives that have become part and parcel of this Host Committee’s plans. The efforts are also an homage to what makes Miami so vibrant: it’s waterways.

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TIES THAT BIND The Miami Super Bowl Host Committee partnered with the Everglades Foundation, the Ocean Conservancy and NFL Green to launch its signature environmental initiative: Ocean to Everglades (O2E). O2E celebrates South Florida’s unique environmental characteristics with the goal of enhancing the connection between residents and their environment and building local communities’ resilience by doing so. The Committee’s aim was to reduce the Super Bowl’s overall environmental impact and also leave a positive and sustainable legacy long after the final whistle of the game. By joining forces with NFL Green’s existing environmental program, the Committee saw overwhelming interest and participation from its partners, stakeholders and the community at large.

With it’s launch in April 2019, O2E supported Ocean Conservancy’s objective to remove 54 tons of ocean plastic and waste from South Florida waterways. These efforts will extend up to, and possibly after, the Super Bowl itself. Get involved at the beach clean-up on January 28, and support all sanitation efforts at Super Bowl LIVE, which concludes February 1. In addition, O2E joined numerous other partners to establish a coral reef restoration project, support the Python Bowl and also organize beach cleanups, promote sustainability practices, and support educational campaigns. SUPER BOWL 2020

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to get a front-row view of Florida’s iconic American alligators, among many other animals. Hit the Ernest Coe Visitor Center, along the Main Park Road, for a 38-mile one-way drive across sawgrass marsh, pine rockland, cypress, hardwood hammock and mangrove. Or hire an expert boat captain or fishing guide to tour Florida Bay or experience the pristine beaches of Cape Sable — the southernmost point of the continental U.S. Speaking of beaches, there are so many in the area that it’s impossible to see them all in one visit. Don’t miss South Beach, but also stop by Oleta River State Park or Historic Virginia Key Beach Park. Make sure to stop by Environmental Village at Super Bowl LIVE in Bayfront Park, where you’ll see several activations focused on the health of Florida’s environment. Ocean Conservancy and The Everglades Foundation will be onsite, as will the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, South Florida Water Management District and Florida Department of Environmental Protection. Learn about Florida’s ecosystems and how you can be a part of the positive environmental legacy of Super Bowl LIV.

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The foundation has been laid and hundreds of hours have gone into getting this project off and running. Now that it’s hit its stride, what can you do? The answer is simple: Enjoy what you see with respect. South Florida’s ecosystems are unparalleled. The Everglades, which once stretched from Orlando down through Lake Okeechobee all the way to the Florida Bay and the Florida Keys, now spans 3 National Parks and 14 National Wildlife Refuges across South Florida. Tour the River of Grass by land or by water. Everglades National Park spans 1.5 million acres of South Florida and is a World Heritage Site, a Wetland of International Importance, and an International Biosphere Reserve. Head to Shark Valley along Tamiami Trail and take a tram tour or bike the 15-mile loop

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Each year, the NFL seeks to improve the surrounding communities of the Super Bowl host city through the Super Bowl Legacy Grant Program by donating an annual $1 million contribution from the NFL Foundation. Super Bowl Legacy Grant projects are identified by the NFL to help leave a lasting legacy long after the Super Bowl has been played. Projects include the following:

The Miami Super Bowl Host Committee, in conjunction with the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office, the Women’s Fund Miami-Dade, the U.S State’s Attorney’s Office and other partners launched a comprehensive campaign to stop sex trafficking in Miami-Dade County leading up to and beyond the February 2020 Super Bowl. The campaign includes a rapid response local text or call trafficking hotline, 305-FIX-STOP, introduced to complement national and other hotlines. Victims or community members who report trafficking crimes to the local hotline will be connected directly with local “305” Miami rapid response resources. The campaign also includes the 24/7 National Human Trafficking Hotline: Call 1-888-3737-888, text “BeFree” (233733) or live chat at humantraffickinghotline.org. Help is available in English, Spanish, Creole and more than 200 other languages. Additional key partners include: Ashley Moody, Attorney General for the State of Florida; George L. Piro, Special Agent in Charge, FBI, Miami, FL; Anthony Salisbury, Special Agent in Charge, Homeland Security Investigations, Miami, FL; the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Human Trafficking Task Force; the South Florida Human Trafficking Task Force; Over 300 local participating local community organizations; stakeholders from local, state and federal agencies, and throughout the national anti-trafficking community.

Miami Beach Senior High School, Gwenn Cherry and Goulds Park Installation of an all-purpose synthetic turf field. Miami Baywalk Lighting Project Connecting the city to the water with the installation of lights that will feature a thin LED strip set into the pole that can be programmed to display any color desired. Broward County Youth Fitness Zone at Lummus Park

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Extended stays are extra rewarding. Whether you unwind in Fort Lauderdale, get pampered in Palm Beach or escape to the Keys, all of South Florida is a playground for the senses.

Far from ordinary, the county to the north is low key but still teeming with excitement. For starters, pick a beach. From the surfer enclave of Deerfield Beach, passed the refreshed Pompano Beach, through the cozy corridor of Lauderdale-by-the-Sea and into the fun-in-the-sun Fort Lauderdale Beach — or down to the family friendly Dania and Hollywood beaches — you might find yourself looking to move to this part of South Florida. At night, Fort Lauderdale is a virtual pub and club crawl, with longtime staples like the Elbo Room and Blondies Sports Bar providing a relaxed atmosphere for drinks off the sand. Downtown, just off SW 2nd Street, feels something like Austin, Texas, with bars like Apothecary 330, Himmarshee

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Public House, American Backyard, the Poor House, Fat Cats and the Stache Drinking Den all lined up in a row. A dynamic craft beer scene — complete with brewery tours and beer gardens — and the fresh arts warehouse district known as Fat Village complement traditional destinations like the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, the Historic Stranahan House and Bonnet House Museum and Gardens. Nearby attractions that should not be missed include the exciting NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale and the Stonewall National Museum in Wilton Manors. Shopping and dining along Las Olas Boulevard rank among the best in the country, with imaginative menus enticing diners who return for the eclectic flavors and sophisticated ambience. Farther west, the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino offers Vegas-style modern and classic table games with swagger. It’s worth the trip just to see the recently opened hotel in the shape of a 450-foot Les Paul guitar. But a prolonged stay is rewarded with award-winning restaurants, live shows, a decadent pool and the gaming, of course.

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From the laid-back shores of Fort Lauderdale, head to Palm Beach when you feel you need to class up your game. World-class spas, polo grounds, expansive golf courses, premier shopping districts and exclusive country clubs (the president’s Mar-a-Largo Club included), make Palm Beach a pictureperfect paradise of pampering with non-stop entertainment. Clematis Street is the historic heart of downtown West Palm Beach and it’s where the city lets its hair down. The thoroughfare offers a wonderful, strollable way to experience the sights, sounds, flavors and colors of the area’s best bars, restaurants, live music and social scene.

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A hop, skip and a jump from Clematis Street, don’t miss Rosemary Square, the area’s ultimate shopping and dining destination with European-style architecture. Those looking for family friendly attractions might want to check out the Norton Museum of Art, South Florida Science Center and Aquarium, and the Palm Beach Zoo. Just to the south, you can find great shopping and dining in Boca Raton, and the happy little city of Delray Beach. Lined with galleries, restaurants and shops, it’s a lovely slice of beachside living. Located west of Delray Beach, the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens is a center for Japanese arts and culture in an unexpected corner of South Florida.

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From the panoramic views to the glistening water, driving down to the Keys is a blissful journey and one of the country’s most iconic road trips — a bucket-list adventure for certain. Taking the road south is like going down our own rabbit hole into another dimension, incredibly familiar and yet a world apart. Entering Monroe County,

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the roads turn into mile markers, and pavement-grey gives way to long stretches of turquoise blue as you ride between the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico to Mile Marker Zero in Key West: the southernmost point in the U.S. It’s easily one of the most beautiful drives in the country, but if you’re short on time, Key Largo is only 50 minutes from Miami and still offers the legendary Keys lifestyle. Key Largo delivers everything from swimming with dolphins in a lagoon and snorkeling adventures along beautiful coral reefs to deep-sea fishing, scuba diving, parasailing and Jet Ski adventures. When not on the water, enjoy a beer or margarita at NFL legend Jimmy Johnson’s Big Chill restaurant, a perfect sunset destination for football fans.

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