Dining In Miami
Miami’s diverse cultural influences are perhaps reflected best in the incredible array of fine dining options throughout the city. Experience an international tour of cuisines ranging from Cuban, Peruvian, Colombian, Mexican, Italian, French, Haitian, Greek, Pan Asian, and American. Enjoy world-famous dining experiences at locations like Joe’s Stone Crab, Milos, Prime 112, Cavalli Miami, Bagatelle, Barton G, Il Muliano, and Yardbird.
Lincoln Road is also lined with many international restaurants including Meat Market, Balans, and Havana 1957, as well as many casual choices on Ocean Drive. Many of the finest dining in the city can be found in hotel restaurants such as Zuma in the Epic Hotel in Brickell, Cecconi’s at the Soho House, the Matador at the Edition, and Hakkasan and Scarpetta at the Fountainbleau. The Setai Restaurants and Nobu can also be found at the Shore Club.
When the sun goes down, Miami truly heats up. The city really comes alive at night, where partygoers are known to drink and dance well into the next morning. With so many opulent nightclubs and lounges to choose from, it’s no wonder if city is famed for its nightlife. From underground clubs for the serious partygoers, to relaxed rooftop lounges featuring extravagant pool parties, there’s something to suit everyone in Miami. Some notable favorites are the Fountainbleau, E11even, FDR at Delano, the famous Nikki Beach, Set, Bamboo, Mansion, the Clevelander South Beach, and Club Space.
Hotels & Spas
Miami Beach is a vacation and resort destination that attracts an international crowd, seeking tropical weather and ocean views. Boasting some of best hotels in the Southern Hemisphere, there’s almost as many options as there are travelers. From trendy Art Deco boutique properties on South Beach, to high-end options like the Ritz-Carlton, the Delano, the Standard, or the Fountainbleau, whatever your choice is guaranteed to provide a memorable stay in the area. Most hotels feature full service spas with lush signature treatments for a serious pampering experience.
PortMiami is a major hub of business and commerce, as well as the “Cruise Capital of the World.” Towering cruise ships line the port daily, ready to take travelers everything from the Bahamas to Mexico. Watching these stunning floating palaces glide away from the shore is truly a stunning and quintessentially Miami event.