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CONCIERGE, THE DIPLOMAT BEACH RESORT HOLLYWOOD, CURIO COLLECTION BY HILTON

Nothing says welcome to Florida like bike riders, beach goers and tiki bars.

MORRIS VISITOR PUBLICATIONS EDITORIAL & DESIGN EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Margaret Martin MANAGING EDITOR Jennifer McKee GROUP EDITOR Taylor Clayton ASSISTANT EDITOR Scott Rouch CONTRIBUTORS Erica Corsano, Jenna Rose Robbins CREATIVE DIRECTOR Jennifer Keller Vaz ART DIRECTOR Olivia Rushbrook PHOTO EDITOR Vincent Hobbs

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Q: WHAT DO YOU LOVE MOST ABOUT HOLLYWOOD? A: I love the Hollywood

Beach Broadwalk. The vibe of locals and visitors alike enjoying the beach, casual dining and live entertainment. Nothing says welcome to Florida like bike riders, beach goers and tiki bars. Q: WHERE ARE YOUR FAVORITE SPOTS FOR THE QUINTESSENTIAL FORT LAUDERDALE SELFIE? A: Downtown Hollywood

features what is called “Downtown Hollywood Mural Project.” It happens every third Saturday of the month. No better selfie spot than the heart of the local graffiti art scene. Q: WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE “LIVE LIKE A LOCAL” SECRET YOU SHARE WITH YOUR GUEST? A: Jimbo’s Sand Bar is

located in the north end of Hollywood Beach. An alfresco dockside bar seems a bit “rough around the edges” but it’s actually a lot of fun, (has) reasonably priced good food and beautiful intracoastal views.

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elegant boutique style steakhouse. Point Royal is our coastal American restaurant by celebrity chef Geoffrey Zakarian; and Monkitail, our contemporary Japanese restaurant by famed chef Michael Schulson.

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in downtown Hollywood features music with Jamaican and Caribbean influences serving great food in a fun atmosphere.

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Museum of Decorative Arts in Dania. It features and inspires appreciation and understanding of ceramics and glass art. The Anne Kolb Nature Center is another favorite. Bike trails and watch towers will get you in tune with mother nature.

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CONTENTS

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ESSENTIALS Chairman’s Letter 2 Ask The Expert 4 Calendar 8 Maps 27 Where Next 30 Parting Shot 32 THE GUIDE Shopping 16 Dining 18 Entertainment 23 Attractions 24 Explore 26

Let The Dogs Out

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One Block: Downtown Miami Explore the sights, drinks, shopping destinations and dining options in Downtown Miami.

Whether lounging in a hammock by the shore or dancing the night away at exciting clubs, you’ll find your bliss in South Florida. © CULTURA CREATIVE / ALAMY STOCK PHOTO

If you’re traveling with a furry companion in tow, we’ve got you both covered with great places to stay and treats for you and your pup to enjoy.

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Drink, dine and enjoy at these top nightlife spots.

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EXPERIENCE NATURE ON A NEW LEVEL Come meet some new friends at Miami’s sea life conservation place. Swim with dolphins or seals, submerge on a Sea Trek Reef Encounter or meet a penguin nose to beak! Connect up close and personal. You’ll become friends for life!

NEW Touch Pools! Book your experience today! 305.365.2501 • miamiseaquarium.com Miami Seaquarium is committed to wildlife conservation including the rescue and rehabilitation of manatees and sea turtles.


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This hip-hop festival will feature a number of artists over the course of three days headlining with Migos (Day 1), Travis Scott (Day 2) and Kid Cudi (Day 3). Located at the Miami Gardens Hard Rock Stadium, festival-goers will enjoy the hip-hop spectacle of the year. Food and drinks are served to help you fuel up for an unforgettable weekend. Rolling Loud is the largest hip-hop festival in the world, so expect additional events in Miami Gardens. www.rollingloud.com

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 WHAT’S HAPPENING

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AMPARO 2019

8 GREAT THINGS THIS MONTH Brew at the Zoo May 11 Miami’s largest beer festival has over 100 craft beers to sample plus live music, food and animals at Zoo Miami. www.zoomiami.org

Coconut Grove Food & Wine Festival May 25 Enjoy food samplings from local eateries to pair with fine wine and fun activities. www.coconutgrovefood andwine.com Amparo 2019 Through May 31 A theatrical experience that tells the story of one family’s journey and the true meaning behind Havana Club rum. www .therealhavanaclub.com Ariana Grande May 31-June 1 The singer continues her Sweetener World Tour at the American Airlines

Arena. www.aaarena.com American Black Film Festival (ABFF) June 12-16 The festival showcases the brightest as well as upand-coming stars of African descent in the television and film industry. www.abff.coms “Come From Away” June 18-23 This musical from Broadway in Miami tells the tale of 7,000 stranded passengers the day after 9/11 and the small town in Newfoundland that cared for them. Performances at Ziff Ballet Opera House. www.arshtcenter.org

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Redland Summer Fruit Festival June 22-23 Enjoy a variety of refreshing tropical fruits that grown on South Florida’s trees, along with a petting zoo and watermelon-eating contest. www.redland fruitandspice.com Miami Marlins vs. Philadelphia Phillies June 28-30 The Miami Marlins will cap off the month with a match-up versus Bryce Harper and the Philadelphia Phillies at Marlins Park. The first 5,000 fans 14 and younger receive a kids pullover. www.mlb.com/marlins

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Nightlife in the Magic City Next to the beaches, Miami’s after-hours scene is as legendary as it is varied, with many spots staying open until the wee hours of the next day. Hit these venues for the best of Miami’s nocturnal pleasures. Jenna Rose Robbins

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lthough Miami is practically synonymous with bling, in recent years it’s also become just as renowned for its potent potables. For consistently top-ranked cocktails, look no further than the Broken Shaker (www.freehand hotels.com), located adjacent to Miami Beach’s Freehand hotel. What started out as a pop-up bar proved such a hit that it’s now a permanent establishment and favorite haunt of locals. Considering all the raves it’s won—a James Beard Award nomination and Tales of the Cocktail prize, to name just a few—the bar is refreshingly laid back, with a poolside courtyard and a seasonal menu of drinks that dare to blend such ingredients as Chinese five spice, potato, lemongrass and rum. As a point of pride, many of the bar’s ingredients are plucked straight from the on-site garden. For a little of that notorious Miami glitz, Brickell’s three-story Komodo (www.komodomiami.com) offers an array of dining and drinking options inside and out. A collaboration between restaurateur Jeffrey Chodorow and nightclub owner David Grutman, the Asian-inspired venue

sports a vibe that’s at once glam and low-key, owing to a multitude of seating options. The cavernous main dining room is the choice for those who wish to see and be seen, while the patio’s floating “bird’s-nest” chairs impart a treehouse-like ambiance. Awash with pop-art décor, the third-floor Komodo Lounge often hosts well-known and up-and-coming artists and DJs. For a taste of the good life without the pricey bar tab, drop in during the weekday happy hour for discounted appetizers and drinks. Over in the Design District, Miami star chef Brad Kilgore recently unveiled Kaido (www.kaidomi ami.com), a cocktail lounge that has made a name for itself by way of its Asian-influenced renditions of traditional dishes, such as uni fondue and corn elote with Japanese togorashi and miso powder. But it’s the speakeasy-style Ama, so hidden within the establishment that you won’t find it without a guide, that has garnered the most buzz. Amid the sparkling floors and pearl-diver décor of the “Japanese-style drinking den,” guests sip on rare Japanese whiskeys and cocktails and take turns playing the vintage pachinko machines.

BALL & CHAIN

ENJOY THE SHOW Gramps While the entertainment changes nightly at Gramps (www.gramps .com), one aspect remains the same: the kitsch. Quirky by even Wynwood standards, the tiki-cum-dive-bar keeps the neighborhood’s bohemian spirit alive with a calendar as eclectic as its clientele and classic cocktails that pack a punch. Events range from live music and stand-up comedy to trivia, bingo and monthly Nerd Nites described as “like the Discovery Channel… with beer.” And, this being Florida, you might even catch a gator show. Ball & Chain You can’t say you’ve truly experienced Miami until you’ve been to Calle Ocho, the main drag in Little Havana and home to Ball & Chain (www .ballandchainmiami.com), one of the city’s oldest and most historic music venues, boasting a whopping 100 hours of live music weekly. Back in its heyday, the now-venerable institution hosted such luminaries as Billie Holiday and Count Basie, and continues its jazz tradition today with a nonstop roster that kicks off daily at 11 am on both the indoor and outdoor stages. As you knock back one of the house’s famed mojitos or Calle Ocho Old Fashioneds, you might just spot a local music legend, Grammy nominee or jazz-loving celeb.

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iami is becoming one of the most dog-friendly cities in the entire country. Here are Miami’s best places to drink, dine, stay and play with your pampered pooch. Erica Corsano

SLEEP WITH YOUR PUP

TREATS FOR YOU BOTH When in Miami, one shouldn’t miss the opportunity to eat quality Cuban food. While your pet probably shouldn’t indulge, feel free to take him or her with you to La Placita (www .pubbellyglobal.com). The local favorite has a huge patio for furry friends to enjoy outdoor seating with their owners. Over at Wynwood’s famous Asian food hall 1-800-LUCKY (www.1800lucky.com) they take dog-friendly dining to a

new level with a new event series called Tito’s and Tails, in partnership with local dog retreat FreeDOGm and Tito’s Vodka. On the first Tuesday of every month (7-9 pm), enjoy deals on Tito’s drinks, doggy treats, freebies and games and live music by Cuban folklore band Cortadito. Out in Coconut Grove, Leading Hotels of the World’s brand new Mr. C, Coconut Grove (www.mrc coconutgrove.com) allows your pup to stay for $45 a day and pampers them with dog beds, dog bowls on mats and a customized dog menu. Down the road at Glass & Vine (www .glassandvine.com), enjoy brunch while the pups nosh on bites from the Wynwood Dog Food Company.

COURTESY THE RITZ-CARLTON, BAL HARBOUR

The Ritz-Carlton Bal Harbour, Miami (www .ritzcarlton.com) recently unveiled a picturesque dog park situated just outside the hotel and launched new pet amenities, including branded food and water bowls, welcome placemat, doggie bags and gourmet menu. The hotel’s concierge can also book walks, sitters, grooming or vet visits. Eden Roc Miami Beach (www .edenrochotelmiami.com) takes puppy

pampering to an entirely new level with their VID (Very Important Dog) program with impressive dog amenities including a PAWtastic massage treatment, walks and sitting by South Florida Pet Sitters.

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F O R M O R E T H I N G S T O D O I N N E I G H B O R H O O D N A M E , V I S I T W H E R E T R AV E L E R . C O M

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Downtown Miami is the place to be during the summertime, and the abundance of cuisine options provides outdoor seating to enjoy your meal in the sun. Hibachi Noodle Bar has a variety of entrées at reasonable price points or if you’re in the mood for Peruvian food, CVI.CHE 105’s flavorful dishes will not disappoint.

The Bayside Marketplace provides waterfront shopping with a wide variety of shops and dining options in a picturesque setting. Cross the Miami River for more shopping centers such as Brickell City Centre, anchored by a 107,000-square-foot Saks Fifth Avenue.

For relaxation and a drink head to The Corner for bar fare and creative drinks during happy hour, or the speakeasy Floyd for Prohibition-era cocktails. For a pick-me-up, ALL DAY’s specialty coffee shop next door will give you the boost you need.

Downtown has plenty of museums to explore and performance arts to enjoy. Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science has a number of exhibits and an aquarium, while the Adrienne Arsht Center houses a performance arts complex.

 The Corner 1035 N.

 Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science 1101 Biscayne

 Hibachi Noodle Bar 45 N.E. 3rd Ave., 305.374.2223, www.hibachigrillmiami.com

 Parker’s Restaurant 105 N.E. 3rd Ave., 305.577.3454, www.ceviche105.com

 Bayside Marketplace 401 Biscayne Blvd., 305.577.3344, www.bayside marketplace.com

 Brickell City Centre 701 S. Miami Ave., 305.350.9922, www.brickell citycentre.com

Miami Ave., 305.961.7887, www.thecornermiami.com  Floyd 34 NE 11th St., 786.618.9447, www.floydmiami.com  ALL DAY 1035 N. Miami Ave., 305.699.3447, www.alldaymia.com

Blvd., 305.434.9600, www.frostscience.org

 Adrienne Arsht Center 1300 Biscayne Blvd., 305.949.6722, www.arshtcenter.org

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BUTTERFLY WORLD

Visitors walk through tropical gardens in six giant screened aviaries at this site, filled with exotic butterflies and the world’s most amazing birds. www.butterflyworld.com

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SHOPPING Apparel & Accessories BIKINI BRASIL Miami Beach’s shop for trendy swimwear features bikinis from up-and-coming designers in Brazil. Find thong and scrunch bottoms, or mix and match styles and sizes. Open daily. 402 14th St., Miami Beach, 305.695.7979; 760 Ocean Drive, #7, Miami Beach, 305.763.8492. www.bikinibkbrasil.com BOHO HUNTER This concept store in the heart of Miami’s Design District brings together high-end Latin American brands that specialize in clothing, jewelry, handbags and home accessories. 314 N.W. 24th St., 786.558.4486; Eden Roc Hotel Miami Beach & Nobu Hotel, 4525 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305.674.5513. www.bohohunter.com

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FILOMENA FERNANDEZ BOUTIQUE The flagship boutique for this womenswear designer is a premier shopping destination in Coral Gables. The contemporary boutique offers a wide-range of pieces that are a favorite among celebrities and stylists. 4217 Ponce de Leon Blvd., 305.661.4448. www.filomenafernandez.com GRIFS WESTERN This store is filled to the brim with boots, from cowboy and work to riding and hiking. They also sell jewelry, hats, outfits, saddles, tack and feed. Open daily. 6211 Orange Drive, Davie, 954.587.9000. Toll Free 800.441.9556. www.grifswestern.com MEPHISTO Find men’s and women’s shoes and sandals made for the walking you’ll do when traveling. Mizner Park, 324 Plaza Real, Boca Raton, 561.391.1808; 3101 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens, 561.691.4676. www.mephistousa.com

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RENE RUIZ Rene Ruiz creates modern and hip designs, blending contemporary details with refined sex appeal. 18143 Biscayne Blvd., Aventura, 305.445.2352. www.reneruiz.net THE WEBSTER This upscale South Beach boutique features more than 30 top collections in addition to jewelry and items for the home. 1220 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305.674.7899. www.thewebstermiami.com

Art Galleries J. STEVEN MANOLIS This private art gallery and artist studio is dedicated to the work of abstract colorist J. Steven Manolis. A visit is an immersion into an explosion of beautiful color, evoking excitement. 335 N.E. 59th St., Miami, 786.360.2833. www.jstevenmanolisart.com

WYNWOOD 28 This boutique gallery features experienced and talented artists whose careers are blooming. Artists use traditional techniques to deliver creative artwork. 2065 N.W. Second Ave., 786.537.0116. www.wynwood28.com

Beauty SEPHORA Product consultants are on hand to provide knowledgeable advice and solutions for all your beauty needs. Expect an abundant selection of supplies that you are encouraged to smell, touch and try on. Multiple locations. 701B S. Miami Ave., 786.261.0507. www.sephora.com

Beauty & Spas ÂME SPA & WELLNESS COLLECTIVE Meaning soul in French, “âme” is the perfect moniker for this three-story, full-service retreat,

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Candy SPUN CANDY MIAMI Spun Candy has developed hundreds of designs and flavors of confectionery. At the first Miami location, experience delicious handcrafted candy and confectionery. Delight in live candy theater and exclusive candy master classes. 3401 N. Miami Ave., 786.558.4414. www.spun-candyfl.com

Cigars CUBAN CRAFTERS CIGARS Cuban Crafters’ 20,000-squarefoot mega-store in the heart of Little Havana is one of the most unique experiences in Miami. Make sure to ask for your free cup of Cuban coffee. Open daily. 3604 N.W. Seventh St., 305.573.0222. www.cubancrafters.com

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Home Decor & Gifts ALISS Aliss is the ideal place to find a curated selection of home décor, furniture and other cool accessories. A wide range of products are designed and developed in-house, making many of Aliss creations one-of-a-kind. Multiple locations. 118 S.E. First St., 786.542.5228. www.aliss.com

INTERNATIONAL JEWELERS EXCHANGE With 60 independent jewelers under one roof, this is a jewelry shopper’s delight. It’s a one-stop shop where you can find certified diamonds, name-brand watches, bracelets and charms. Hours vary by location. 8221 Glades Road, Boca Raton, 561.488.0648; 9903 S. Military Trail, Boynton Beach, 561.364.5791; 19275 Biscayne Blvd., Aventura, 305.931.7032. www.intljewelers.com NA HOKU Na Hoku captures the essence of Hawaiian lifestyle and tradition with fine jewelry designed and made in Hawaii. Find original pieces with Tahitian pearls, diamonds and colored gemstones. 19575 Biscayne Blvd., Aventura, 305.933.6869. www.nahoku.com ROLEX BOUTIQUE LUXURY SWISS In addition to a vast collection of timepieces, the boutique houses a fully equipped workshop to assist clients with service needs. 135 NE 39th St., 305.576.5391. www.luxuryswissmiami.com

Shopping Centers AVENTURA MALL Find upscale boutiques and an array of dining destinations in addition to the Aventura Slide Tower, a nearly 93-foot-tall spiral structure acting as a landmark and slide. 19501 Biscayne Blvd., Aventura, 305.935.1110. www.aventuramall.com BAL HARBOUR SHOPS Known worldwide for its ambience and luxury, this two-story, open-air luxury center offers shoppers a tropical setting with gardens, outdoor cafes and some of the world’s finest stores. 9700 Collins Ave., Bal Harbour, 305.866.0311. www.balharbourshops.com BRICKELL CITY CENTRE Miami’s premier retail destination offers the largest collection of design boutiques and luxury brands. With half a

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SUGARFINA This renowned adult candy boutique known for its premium cocktail candies, including champagne gummy bears and peach Bellini gummies. The store features the brand’s signature turquoise Bento Boxes, a luxurious candy gift box. Aventura Mall, 19501 Biscayne Blvd., Aventura, 786.332.5686. www.sugarfina.com

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From Brazil straight to Miami

offering treatments from massage and exfoliation to aroma and color therapy. 19999 W. Country Club Drive, Aventura, 305.933.6930. www.turnberry islemiami.com/spa


million square-feet of fashion, dining and entertainment, you can shop and play all day. 701 S. Miami Ave., 786.288.3578. www.brickellcitycentre.com

of entertainment. 527 S.W. 145th Terrace, Pembroke Pines, 954.450.1580. www.pembrokegardens.com

DADELAND MALL This mall has set the South Florida shopping standard for more than 30 years, anchored by the largest Macy’s in Florida. It also offers specialty stores and numerous restaurants. 7535 N. Kendall Drive, 305.665.6227. www.simon.com /mall/dadeland-mall

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DOLPHIN MALL Dolphin Mall brings together fashionable, family-friendly value-oriented retailers, casual and fine dining restaurants and a movie theater. 11401 N.W. 12th St., 305.365.7446. www.shopdolphinmall.com

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DOWNTOWN CORAL GABLES & MIRACLE MILE High-quality shops, art galleries, boutiques, restaurants and a theater stand along beautifully landscaped streets. Specialtyshop wares include unique jewelry, apparel, home furnishings, salons and spas. Miracle Mile boasts a well-rounded selection of stores. 220 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables, 305.569.0311. www.shopcoralgables.com THE FALLS SHOPPING CENTER One of the most picturesque open-air shopping centers, The Falls is a beautiful and unique property featuring more than 100 stores and restaurants as well as a Regal Cinema. 8888 S.W. 136th St., 305.255.4571. www.shopthefalls.com SHOPS AT MERRICK PARK World-renowned luxury retailers and award-winning restaurants are clustered around a breathtaking urban garden creating an unprecedented shopping experience. Open daily. 358 San Lorenzo Ave., Coral Gables, 305.529.0200. www.shopsatmerrickpark.com THE SHOPS AT PEMBROKE GARDENS Find more than 75 quality shops and restaurants in a relaxing and sophisticated outdoor tropical setting and end the day with an invigorating evening

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EDWIN WATTS GOLF Find equipment for the beginner all the way to the pro golfer, as well as a full selection of men’s and women’s apparel and footwear. Multiple locations. 15999 Biscayne Blvd., N. Miami Beach, 305.944.2925. www.edwinwattsgolf.com SOCCER LOCKER OF MIAMI At Soccer Locker, expect to find the latest footwear, authentic jerseys, soccer balls, shin guards and an array of equipment from names like Nike, Adidas, Puma and many more. 9601 S. Dixie Highway, Miami, 305.670.9100. www.soccerlocker.com

DINING Aventura BOURBON STEAK—American. Bourbon Steak gives diners the chance to sample celebrity chef Michael Mina’s culinary style in a chic space. Highlights include butter-poached steaks and duck fat fries. D (daily). 19999 W. Country Club Drive, Aventura, 305.932.6200. www.bourbonsteakmiami.com CVI.CHE 105— Latin American. CVI.CHE 105 is an award-winning Peruvian restaurant with three locations throughout Miami. Known for its vast selection of creative and unique ceviches, among several other traditional dishes, CVI.CHE 105 has risen to represent Peruvian gastronomy in the city, conquering the most demanding palates both locally and nationwide. L, D (daily). Aventura Mall, 19565 Biscayne Blvd., Aventura, 786.516.2818; 105 N.E. Third Ave., Miami, 305.577.3454; 1245 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, 786.534.8651. www.ceviche105.com

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CORSAIR—Modern American. This restaurant at Turnberry Isle in Aventura offers Modern American fare. Sit outside for a view of the championship golf courses or take in endless mimosas at weekend brunch. B, L, D (daily), Br (Sa-Su). 19999 W. Country Club Drive, Aventura, 786.279.6800. www.turnberryislemiami.com

305.866.4441. www.seaview-hotel.com

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Boca Raton

ARTISAN BEACH HOUSE— American. At Artisan Beach House, expect a globally inspired menu with an eye to the season’s freshest offerings, with lots of bold, soulful dishes that are refined yet approachable. B, L, D (daily), Br (Su). 10295 Collins Ave., Bal Harbour, 305.455.5460. www.ritzcarlton.com

OLIV PIT ATHENIAN GRILL—Mediterranean. Located at the Shoppes at Village Pointe in Boca Raton, this Mediterranean eatery has completely transformed with a new owner, reimagined look, new chef and new menus. The expanded menu includes a variety of gyros, salads, pita, burgers and additional vegetarian-friendly dishes— such as theplant-based Impossible Foods gyro, burgers and pita—to go along with anew menu and catering options. 6006 S.W. 18th St, 561.409.2049, www.olivpit.com

CARPACCIO—Italian. On the first floor of the Bal Harbour Shops, offering creative, fresh Italian fare featuring homemade pastas and delicious salads. Dine alfresco for the complete experience. L, D (daily). Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave., Bal Harbour, 305.867.7777. www .carpaccioatbalharbour.com LE ZOO—French. Le Zoo combines the French spirit with Miami’s tropical flavors. The menu features classic bistro fare, including steak frites and trout amandine and the classic flavors of French cuisine. L (M-F), D (daily), Br (Sa-Su). 9700 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305.602.9663. www.lezoo.com MAKOTO—Asian. The menu that pays tribute to Japanese traditions with a modern twist. The menu includes sushi, robata, noodles and steaks. L, D (daily). Bal Harbour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305.864.8600. www.makoto-restaurant.com TERRACE ROOM— American. This restaurant, located at the historic Sea View Hotel, is known as a locals’ favorite, serving fresh Florida cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner in a relaxed setting. 9909 Collins Ave., Bal Harbour,

ZODIAC CAFÉ—American. On the third floor of Neiman Marcus in Bal Harbour Shops, Zodiac Café offers a lunch menu and service that rival the department store’s level of elegance and luxury. 9700 Collins Ave., Bal Harbour, 305.993.4620. www.balharbourshops.com

Coral Gables BENIHANA—Japanese. Your personal chef performs the ancient art of teppanyaki, skillfully slicing meats, seafood and vegetables and cooking them tableside. Visit the sushi bar, where sushi chefs prepare sushi, sashimi and specialty rolls. Multiple locations. 242 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables, 305.567.2000. www.benihana.com BULLA GASTROBAR— Spanish. The sultry flavors of the Pacific meets the spicy flair of the Caribbean with a twist at Bulla Gastrobar. This mouthwatering establishment offers a variety of ingredients from Mediterranean and Spanish cuisines, as well as creative European-inspired dishes.. 2500 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables, 305.441.0107; 5535 N.W. 87th Ave. Suite C102, Doral, www.bullagastrobar.com

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PALME D’OR—French. Palme d’Or features French cuisine in a posh atmosphere at the historic Biltmore Hotel. Indulge in their classic French dishes with a twist, created from farm-fresh ingredients by Michelin-starred chef Gregory Pugin. 1200 Anastasia Ave., Coral Gables, 305.913.3189. www.biltmorehotel.com

ZUCCA—Italian. Taste the Italian spirit at ZUCCA, a ristorante and bar in Coral Gables’ landmark Hotel St. Michel. Sample handmade classics paired with a fine Italian wine. L, D (daily). Hotel St. Michel, 162 Alcazar Ave., Coral Gables, 786.580.3731. www.zuccamiami.com

Doral 5300 CHOP HOUSE— American. Sophisticated, contemporary dining experience located at the Blue Golf Resort in Doral. Hand-cut, farm-raised beef and fresh seafood presented with locally grown organic vegetables and fruit. Hotel St. Michel, 162 Alcazar Ave., Coral

Gables, 786.580.3731. www. zuccamiami.com MILANEZZA— Argentinian. Italian and Argentinian dishes with a twist are in abundance at this casual restaurant in Dolphin Mall. L, D (daily). Dolphin Mall, 11401 N.W. 12th St., 305.704.1875. www. shopdolphinmall.com MOJITOS—Cuban. Specializing in drinks of the restaurant’s namesake, Mojitos serves a great deal of one of Ernest Hemingway’s favorites. Dine on authentic Cuban eats, saving room for traditional desserts. L, D (daily). 8000 S.W. Eighth St., 305.406.1002. www.mojitos.com

Fort Lauderdale ANTHONY’S RUNWAY 84—Italian. For real New York-style Italian food, visit this plush, upscale restaurant which emphasizes quality and authenticity—the pasta is made to order. Specialties include stuffed artichokes, beef

braciola, veal, fresh seafood, steaks and chicken. 330 State Road 84, Ft. Lauderdale, 954.467.848. www.runway-84.com BOATYARD—American. This popular spot packs in diners and partiers who come by car or by boat. The menu includes fresh pasta, chicken, steak, Jamaican-style ribs, specialty pizzas and conch fritters. At night, Boatyard transforms into a bustling party scene. 1555 SE 17th St., Ft. Lauderdale, 954.525.7400. www.boatyard.restaurant LOBSTER BAR SEA GRILLE—Seafood. Pristine seafood, lobsters and prime steaks are the standouts in this dazzling restaurant. The contemporary nautical touches leave you feeling like you have just dined on a luxury yacht. 450 E. Las Olas Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale, 954.772.2675; 404 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 305.377.2675. www. buckheadrestaurants.com

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TWO SISTERS RESTAURANT—Latin American. In the Hyatt Regency Coral Gables, Two Sisters mixes flavors from Latin America, Cuba and the Bahamas with a blend of Miami cuisine. B, L, D (daily). 50 Alhambra Plaza, Coral Gables, 305.447.6101.

XIXÓN—Spanish. Xixón Spanish Restaurant’s cuisine— and wines—transport you back to Spain. Highlights are an extensive menu of traditional dishes (tapas, paellas, flan and many more). L, D (daily). 2101 SW 22nd St., 305.854.9350. xixonspanishrestaurant.com

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FLEMING’S PRIME STEAKHOUSE— Steakhouse. Fleming’s offers prime beef and an assortment of other entrées, plus 100 wines by the glass. D (daily). 2525 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables, 305.569.7995; 600 Brickell Ave., Ste. 150, Miami, 786.915.8790. www.flemingssteakhouse.com

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MODERN ITALIAN CUISINE IN THE HEART OF DOWNTOWN MIAMI 786-773-2742 154 SE 1st Avenue, Miami, FL 33131 www.alloybistro.com


Key Biscayne DUNE BURGERS ON THE BEACH—French. Miami’s only oceanfront St. Tropezstyle restaurant and lounge, located in the Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne, features gourmet burgers, Champagne and international beers. Special lounge parties Su with DJ spinning European lounge music. The Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne, 455 Grand Bay Drive, Key Biscayne, 305.365.4500. www.ritzcarlton.com/en /hotels/miami/key-biscayne /dining/dune-burgers-on-thebeach

Miami ALLOY BISTRO GOURMET—Italian. Modern Mediterranean cuisine in the heart of downtown Miami served inside or outside on their large, luxurious outdoor patio. 154 S.E. First Ave., 786.773.2742. www.alloybistro.com ALTER—American. Amid the vibrant culinary scene in Wynwood, Miami, there’s a gastronomy experience like no other, in a former industrial space, offering a five- or sevencourse chef ’s menu. D (Tu-Su). 223 N.W. 23rd St., 305.573.5996. www.altermiami.com

BAHAMA BREEZE— Caribbean. Bahama Breeze has a whimsical atmosphere decorated with palm trees, rich woods and bright colors. Enjoy handcrafted tropical drinks, like their mojito and margaritas, and Caribbeanstyle cuisine. L, D (daily) 12395 S.W. 88th St., 305.598.4040. www.bahamabreeze.com THE CAPITAL GRILLE— Steakhouse. This upscale steak house features a selection of wines, perfectly cut steaks and upscale fish and poultry dishes. L (M-F), D (daily). 444 Brickell Ave., 305.374.4500. www.thecapitalgrille.com THE DAILY CREATIVE FOOD CO.—American. This casually upscale New York-style cafe features fresh food and healthy choices for breakfast, lunch and dinner in addition to daily newspapers and free Wi-Fi. B, L, D (daily). 2001 Biscayne Blvd., 305.573.4535. www.thedailyfood.com EL CARAJO—Spanish. Inside a BP gas station in the Shenandoah neighborhood of the city of Miami, you’ll find a Spanish tapas bar, bakery and wine store like no other. L, D (daily). 2465 SW 17th Ave., 305.856.2424. www.el-carajo.com SARUSSI SUBS—American. Sarussi’s sandwiches, with their unique presentation, 16 inches of size and taste, have grabbed the attention of renowned TV shows on Travel Channel. The spot also offers takeout and catering. Su-W, Su 7 am-8 pm; Th-Sa 7 am-10 pm. 6797 S.W. Eighth St., 305.264.5464. www.sarussisubs.com

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RUSTY PELICAN— American. Sip a fresh lime margarita beneath the swaying palms on the patio with oceanside views. Feast on some of the finest and freshest seafood in Florida, enlivened with island-influenced salsas and seasonings. L (M-F), D (daily), Br (Sa-Su). 3201 Rickenbacker Causeway, Key Biscayne, 305.361.3818. www.therustypelican.com

AREA 31—Seafood. This breathtaking restaurant brings a menu of fresh, premium seafood. Stop by for a handcrafted cocktail and take in views of Downtown Miami. B, D (daily), L (M-F), Br (Sa-Su). Epic Hotel, 270 Biscayne Blvd. Way, 305.424.5234. www.area31restaurant.com

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SHOOTERS WATERFRONT CAFÉ—American. Restaurant and bar with a prime location along the Intracoastal Waterway. There’s a good chance you’ll spot a Ferrari in the parking lot and a yacht at the dock out back. 3033 N.E. 32nd Ave., Ft. Lauderdale, 954.566.2855. www. buckheadrestaurants.com


SEASPICE—Mediterranean. This seafood brasserie and lounge on the banks of the Miami River exemplifies the essence of fine dining. Its menu brims with fresh locally sourced seafood and upscale comfort food. L, D (Tu-Su), Br (Sa-Su). 422 N.W. North River Drive, 305.440.4200. www.seaspicemiami.com SEGAFREDO—American. Segafredo boasts a coffee and full liquor bar and breakfast, lunch and dinner menus, featuring an assortment of antipastos, salads, paninis, pizzas and pastas; a quintessential Italian café. 401 Biscayne Blvd., 786.420.2496; 1040 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, 305.673.0047. www.sze-originale.com/ index.html

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STEAK BRASIL— Steakhouse. This classic steak house in Downtown Miami captures the authentic Brazilian experience in a pleasant and relaxed atmosphere—with service that will make you feel at home. L, D (daily). 190 S.E. First Ave., 305.415.2006. www.steakbrasil.com TACOLOGY—Mexican. Tacology draws in the taco crowd with its traditional take on tacos, ceviche, tostadas, salads and more. L, D (daily), Br (Su). Brickell City Centre, 701 S. Miami Ave., 786.347.5368. www.tacology.us TONY CHAN’S WATER CLUB—Chinese. This upscale, downtown favorite offers waterfront views of Biscayne Bay, as well as delicious Peking duck, sushi and other delicacies. L, D (daily). 1717 N. Bayshore Drive, 305.374.8888. www.tonychans.com VERSAILLES CUBAN RESTAURANT—Cuban. A meeting place for everything, this Cuban restaurant is a glorified Cuban cafe, with chandeliers and mirrors evoking its French namesake. There is also an outside walkup window, where you can order Cuban coffee. B, L, D (daily). 3555 S.W. Eighth St.,

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THE FRONT PORCH CAFE—American. This restaurant has become a local hangout, notably because of its inexpensive breakfasts. Usually quite busy and known for serving down-home American favorites. B, L, D (daily) 1458 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, 305.531.8300. www.frontporchocean drive.com

A FISH CALLED AVALON— Seafood. A Fish Called Avalon is a top epicurean destination with inspired creations of seafood caught hours earlier, along with steaks and flavorful poultry. D (daily) 700 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, 305.532.1727. www.afishcalledavalon.com

MR. CHOW—Chinese. Famed restaurateur Mr. Chow opened a location in South Beach in the W Hotel. The restaurant delivers great ambiance, a chic dining room and classic Beijing cuisine with a modern twist. D (daily) 2201 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305.695.1695. www.mrchow.com

BARTON G—American. Whimsical yet contemporary dishes are found in this stylish restaurant. The extensive menu never fails to impress with dramatic food preparations and presentations, and the food tastes as good as it looks. D (daily). 1427 West Ave., Miami Beach, 305.672.8881. www.bartong.com

NEXXT CAFÉ—American. Stop for generous portions and delicious cocktails. The menu features American Kobe beef burgers, fresh salads and a drink menu with martinis alongside beach beverages. L, D (daily), Br (Su). 700 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, 305.532.6643. www.nexxtcafe.com

ZEST—American. Zest, open for lunch and dinner, offers a modern interpretation of seasonally driven island fare. L, D (M-F). 200 S. Biscayne Blvd., 305.374.9378.

SARDINIA ENOTECA RISTORANTE—Italian. Authentic Italian cuisine. Try spit-fired meats, crisp pane carasatu, flat bread and fragile pasta paired with fine Italian and other regional world wines. L, D (daily), Br (Sa-Su). 1801 Purdy Ave., Miami Beach, 305.531.2228. www.sardinia-ristorante.com UPLAND—American. Located in the South of Fifth neighborhood of Miami Beach, find California-inspired cuisine. The second outpost of the New York City favorite has received critical acclaim. Happy hour and dinner daily; weekend brunch (Sa-Su). 49 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305.602.9998. www.uplandmiami.com YARDBIRD SOUTHERN TABLE AND BAR— Southern. This eatery is all about reinterpreting Southern comfort cuisine, hospitality with farm-fresh ingredients. The fried chicken is a must. Wash it down with one of the bar’s bourbon cocktails. L

BIRD & BONE—American. Bird & Bone is a southerninspired restaurant that transports diners to a contemporary countryside farmhouse. The ingredients are sourced from independent small farms and organic butchers. B, L, D (daily), Br (Su). 4041 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, 305.424.1234. www. hyatt.com/en-US/hotel/florida/ the-confidante-miami-beach/ miaob/dining CAFE AVANTI—Italian. Northern Italian fare with French influences, attracting a devout local following in one of Miami Beach’s most charming neighborhoods. Private room available for parties of 16, 40 and 80 guests. 732 W. 41st St., Miami Beach, 305.538.4400. www.cafeavanti.com DAVID’S CAFE CAFECITO— Latin American. Good and inexpensive, the menu runs the gamut of traditional Cuban food through breakfast, lunch and dinner. 919 Alton Road, 305.534.8736. www. davidscafecafecito.com

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ENTERTAINMENT Bars/Lounges BLUE MARTINI—Blue Martini’s menu counts more than 20 martinis, delicious appetizers, an extensive wine list and fine cigars, all wrapped up in a friendly, upscale ambience. Mary Brickell Village, 900 S. Miami Ave., 305.981.2583; The Palms at Town & Country, 8405 Mills Drive, 305.630.2583; 2432 E. Sunrise Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, 954.653.2583. www.bluemartinilounge.com

Breweries

N.W. 25th St., 786.362.6300. www.vezasur.com

brewery offers creative brews representing the spirit of Miami. 8000 N.W. 25th St., 305.381.5718. www.biscaynebaybrewing.com

WYNWOOD BREWING COMPANY Wynwood Brewing Co.’s signature beers can be found in restaurants, bars and cafes throughout the city. Seasonals, specialty beers and limited editions are also on tap. 565 N.W. 24th St., 305.982.8732. www.wynwoodbrewing.com

CONCRETE BEACH BREWERY Concrete Beach is located in the center of Miami’s Art District. Countless revolving beers on tap offer an incredible variety for every taste. Free tours M-F at 7 pm; Sa and Su every hour from 1-4 pm. 325 N.W. 24th St., Miami, 305.796.2727. www.con cretebeachbrewery.com

THE ABBEY BREWING CO. This cozy brewery serves an incredible assortment of micro-distilled spirits and a variety of handcrafted brews that go deliciously well with the pub grub. Open daily from 1 pm to 5 am. 1115 16th St., Miami Beach, 305.538.8110. www.abbeybrewinginc.com

THE TANK BREWING Artisanal craft beer is what’s on tap. The brewery features a tasting room with year-round and half-year Miami-centric stouts, pale ale, amber ale and IPAs. 5100 N.W. 72nd Ave., Bay A1, 786.801.1554. www.thetankbrewing.com

BISCAYNE BAY BREWING COMPANY Biscayne Bay Brewing Company’s product is served at more than 250 establishments across South Florida. The

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Casinos MAGIC CITY CASINO Offering 800 Las Vegas-style slot machines, poker tournaments and an extensive selection of foods at the 1952 Cafe buffet and drinks at the Casino Bar or Sky 7-37. Open daily. 450 N.W. 37th Ave., 305.649.3000. www.magiccitycasino.com

Nightclubs BLUME NIGHTCLUB—High energy and chill atmosphere describe this indoor and outdoor nightclub found in Brickell.

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THE CAPE—This South Beach hot spot is conveniently located at the hip Townhouse Hotel. Expect a beach-bungalow vibe, panoramic views, an eclectic playlist, craft cocktails, rare beers and tasty bites from K Ramen. Burger. Beer. 150 20th St., Miami Beach, 305.534.3800. www.townhousehotel.com

CLEVELANDER SOUTH BEACH—This legendary outdoor social spot can be found in the heart of South Beach’s Art Deco District. One of South Florida’s longest-running pool parties, with a popular after-beach party scene. Inside sports bar, live entertainment and DJ nightly. 1020 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, 305.532.4006. www.clevelander.com.

Entertainment

(M-F), D (daily), Br (Sa-Su), 1600 Lenox Ave., Miami Beach, 305.538.5220. www.runchickenrun.com


The venue attracts with its live and DJ-spun music and special event bashes. 1421 S. Miami Ave., 305.577.9811. www.blumenightclub.com. MANGO’S TROPICAL CAFE—Mango’s Tropical Café is Ocean Drive’s high-energy spot that offers entertainment like nothing else. This Latin music venue features the famous Mango dancers and music of all genres. 900 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, 305.673.4422. www.mangos.com.

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NEW WORLD SYMPHONY—The New World Symphony prepares graduates of distinguished music programs for leadership positions in orchestras worldwide. Performances held at the New World Center, Sun Trust Pavilion and additional locations. 500 17th St., Miami Beach, 305.673.3330. www.nws.edu.

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Theater ACTORS’ PLAYHOUSE AT THE MIRACLE THEATRE One of Florida’s critically acclaimed nonprofit cultural institutions. The Miracle Theatre complex has three separate performance spaces playing host to dramas, musical productions and children’s theater. 280 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables, 305.444.9293. www.actorsplayhouse.org CITY THEATRE The only theater dedicated to producing 10-minute plays for all ages is also the home of the Summer Shorts Festival, a popular kickoff to the Summer Season. 444 Brickell Ave., 305.755.9401. www.citytheatre. com COLONY THEATRE A 1920s movie theater has become a 415-seat venue for film festivals, live theater and dance performances. 1040 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, 305.674.1040.

ATTRACTIONS Attractions GATOR PARK Gator Park offers a complete Everglades experience. Airboat tours depart continuously throughout the day; professional guides provide narration as alligators, birds and other native wildlife are spotted in their natural habitat. Open daily from 9 am to 5 pm. 24050 S.W. Eighth St., 305.559.2255 or 800.559.2205. www.gatorpark.com MIAMI EXOTIC AUTO RACING Feel the hum of a finely tuned 600 horsepower Italian engine after choosing driving experiences including a Ferrari 488 GTB. Each package includes 15-minute expert classroom training and two demonstration laps. One Speedway Blvd., Homestead,

786.708.4183. www.miamiexoti cautoracing.com MIAMI SEAQUARIUM Spend a day of family fun in a lushly landscaped park overlooking Biscayne Bay. Visitors can interact with penguins, swim with dolphins and seals, experience being a trainer for a day and more. 4400 Rickenbacker Causeway, Key Biscayne, 305.361.5705. www.miamiseaquarium.com ZOO MIAMI Zoo Miami features more than 3,000 animals and offers interactive opportunities like giraffe and camel feeding. Take a guided tram tour or experience the “Everglades” on the Lostman’s River Ride. Open daily. 12400 S.W. 152nd St., 305.251.0400. www.zoomiami.org

Historic Sites CAULEY SQUARE HISTORIC VILLAGE Get a glimpse of Old South Florida. Discover a labyrinth

Ettore Sottsass and the Social Factory

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CORAL GABLES MERRICK HOUSE The boyhood home of George Merrick, founder and developer of Coral Gables. The house is filled with the Merrick family’s personal treasures. Tours Sa-Su from 1-3 pm on the hour. 907 Coral Way, Coral Gables, 305.774.0155. www.coralgables.com /coral-gables-merrick-house

Museums AH-TAH-THI-KI MUSEUM At the Seminole Tribe of Florida’s Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum, enjoy lifelike displays of Florida Seminole life and culture in the 1800s, featuring a living village. 34725 West Boundary Road, Clewiston, 877.902.1113. www.ahtahthiki.com ART DECO MUSEUM A visit to the Art Deco Museum will teach you about the three major historic design styles in Miami Beach; there’s also a resource center, children’s area, rotating exhibits and

more. Tu-Su 10 am-5 pm. 1001 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, 305.672.2014. www.mdpl.org /welcome-center/art-deco-mu seum CORAL CASTLE MUSEUM See a hand-carved nine-ton gate, a Polaris telescope and the world’s only sundial with seasons at Coral Castle, with 1,100 tons of coral in the large open area. Open daily at 9 am. 28655 S. Dixie Highway, 305.248.6345. coralcastle.com INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ART MIAMI The ICA Miami provides an international platform for the work of local, established and emerging artists, presenting works through frequent exhibitions. Open Tu-Su, free. 61 N.E. 41st St., 305.901.5272. www.icamiami.org JEWISH MUSEUM OF FLORIDA-FIU The museum, housed in two restored synagogues, features

80 stained-glass windows, with the core exhibit, “MOSAIC: Jewish Life in Florida,” depicting more than 250 years of Jewish life in the state. Open Tu-Su. 301 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 305.672.5044. www.jmof.fiu.edu MIAMI CENTER FOR ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN The Miami Center for Architecture & Design enhances public appreciation for architecture and design with exhibitions, walking tours and seminars that focus on those themes. 310 S.E. First St., 305.448.7488. miamicad.org MIAMI CHILDREN’S MUSEUM Play, learn, imagine and create at Miami Children’s Museum, where the family can explore 17 interactive and bilingual exhibit galleries as well as daily programming focused on arts, culture, community and communication. Open daily. Watson Island, 980 MacArthur Causeway, 305.373.5437. www .miamichildrensmuseum.org

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DEERING ESTATE The Deering Estate preserves the 1920s-era Miami estate of Charles Deering. The site, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, acts as a museum, environmental preserve and historic site. Open daily 10 am-4 pm. 16701 S.W. 72nd Ave., 305.235.1668. www.deeringestate.org

ESPANOLA WAY A historic Spanish Village in the heart of South Beach, built in the early 1920s, it still has a bohemian feel with unusual shops, art galleries and restaurants. Espanola Way, Miami Beach 305.674.1300. www.miamiand beaches.com/places-to-see /south-beach-art-deco-district /espanola-way

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of antiques, boutiques and specialty shops, featuring unique items. The famous Tea Room Restaurant and The Latin Corner offer delicious options. 22400 Old Dixie Highway, 305.258.3543. cauleysquare.com


THE PHILLIP AND PATRICIA FROST MUSEUM OF SCIENCE An aquarium, planetarium and science museum—explore it all on one dynamic campus. Discover the environment, the oceans and outer space with an interactive adventure with dazzling new exhibitions and experiences. 1101 Biscayne Blvd., 305.434.9600. www.frostscience.org

GATOR PARK AIRBOAT TOURS Located in the heart of the Everglades, Gator Park Airboat Tours depart continuously throughout the day. Their professional guides provide narration during the tours as alligators, birds and other wildlife are spotted in their natural habitat. 24050 S.W. Eighth St., 305.559.2255. www.gatorpark.com

VIZCAYA MUSEUM AND GARDENS Vizcaya is a National Historic Landmark preserving the Miami estate of agricultural industrialist James Deering. This magnificent museum’s Main House features more than 2,500 art objects and furnishings. Open W-M. 3251 S. Miami Ave., 305.250.9133. www.vizcaya.org

TOUR HELICOPTER Get an osprey’s view of the white sands and turquoise waters off Miami Beach. Or, fly like an eagle above the Everglades’ “River of Grass.” Located at North Perry Airport, TourHelicopter is one of South Florida’s more thrilling attractions. 603 S.W. 77th Way, Pembroke Pines, 954.605.8155. www.tourhelicopter.com

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RESORT WORLD BIMINI Discover Bimini, Bahamas, for a stunning island mini-vacation. Round-trip ferry rides from the Port of Miami take two hours; Silver Airways deposits you there in 30 minutes from Fort Lauderdale. North Bimini, Bahamas, 888.930.8688. www.rwbimini.com

Tours ART DECO TOURS The Miami Design Preservation League offers a wide variety of history, architecture and sightseeing tours daily. 1001 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, 305.763.8026. www.mdpl.org COOPERTOWN EVERGLADES AIRBOATS Learn the secrets of the Everglades ecosystem while professional guides take you on an educational tour of the Everglades National Park covering 7 to 8 miles. 22700 S.W. Eighth St., 305.226.6048. www. coopertownairboats.com

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Visitor Information AVENTURA MARKETING COUNCIL Five hundred area businesses provide information on shopping dining, hotels, attractions and events. 20900 N.E. 30th Ave., Aventura, 305.932.5334. www.aventuramarketingcoun cil.com COCONUT GROVE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Coconut Grove is a charming walking village with tree-lined streets leading to Biscayne Bay. Open M-F. 3390 Mary St., Coconut Grove, 305.461.5506. www.coconutgrove.com GREATER MIAMI AND THE BEACHES HOTEL ASSOCIATION Provides information on more than 180 hotels. Additional services are available through allied members. 1688 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach, 305.531.3553. www.gmbha.com LGBT VISITOR CENTER The LGBT Visitor Center assists thousands of tourists from around the globe each year. Aid includes last-minute needs such as hotel and dining recommendations. 1130 Washington Ave., Miami Beach, 305.397.8914. www. gogaymiami.com

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Discover your love of art, history and the environment at Vizcaya Museum and Gardens. Be inspired by this Gilded Age estate on the bay surrounded by ten acres of formal gardens and rockland hammock. The Main House features decorated rooms showcasing over 2,500 art objects and furnishings. A National Historic Landmark, Vizcaya offers an experience to ignite your senses.

Vizcaya is open Wednesday through Monday from 9:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Closed Tuesdays, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.

VIZCAYA MUSEUM AND GARDENS 3251 South Miami Avenue, Miami, FL 33129 305-250-9133 | vizcayainformation@vizcaya.org www.vizcaya.org

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