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Wynwood Arts, Crafts & Creativity

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Wynwood
A vibrant and energetic arts district brimming with craft baked goods, happy hours, rooftop yoga, secret bars and a mecca for creatives.

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Wynwood Arts District and Walls
A unique outdoor destination featuring colorful street murals by artists from around the globe. Visit during their Art Walks every 2nd Saturday of the month or with a guided tour.

Address: 2520 NW 2nd Ave.

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Wynwood Yard
A mecca for food, drinks, and culture in Miami – creative dining, craft brews & cocktails, an edible garden, and a pop-up stage with live music & entertainment.

Address: 56 NW 29th St.

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Coyo Taco
The neighborhood taqueria serving Mexican street food paired with local beers and tequila. (A secret bar stocks 50+ different tequila & mezcal varieties.)

Address: 2300 NW 2nd Ave. #3

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Zak the Baker
The mere smell of freshly baked sour doughs engulfs this small outpost and will keep you wanting for more like the yummy avocado toast, breakfast sandwiches, or pastries.

Address: 405 NW 26th St.

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Panther Coffee
The original location of this Miami-based coffee roaster, a special place to come to and savor some of the best specialty roasts Miami has to offer.

Address: 2390 NW 2nd Ave.

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Breweries
If Wynwood is known for anything apart from Street Art, then it’s for its crafts – especially breweries and distilleries. Take an organized tour & tasting with the Miami Brew Bus.

Address: 2003 N Miami Ave.

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Lagniappe
Ultra-cozy New Orleans-style wine bar with a shabby-chic décor and a large garden supplying barbecue & live music nightly.

Address: 3425 NE 2nd Ave.

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Love Life Wellness Center
A full-circle hub including two yoga studios, juice bar/cafe, library, health/lifestyle counseling offices, massage rooms and retail store for health conscious individuals.

Address: 584 NW 27th St.

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Little Havana Miami’s Cuban Heart

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Little Havana
Rich Cuban culture permeates everything in this walkable neighborhood, which is easy to explore and enjoy food, rum, cigars, and music.

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Latin Walk of Fame
Miami’s own Walk of Fame on Calle Ocho recognizing Latino stars with ties to South Florida like Celia Cruz and 30 others. Best seen in combination with a culinary tour!

Address: 801 SW 15 Ave. (bet 12th & 17th)

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Máximo Gómez Park
Iconic park where the neighborhood convenes to play dominoes and discuss current politics. A place where nostalgia hangs in the air as players swap stories of days past.

Address: 801 SW 15 Ave.

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Cubaocho Museum & Performing Arts Center
Truly a Miami gem. Part performing arts center, part art gallery, part event space, and part bar (featuring the largest selection of rums around).

Address: 1465 SW 8 St., Suite 106

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Cardón y El Tirano
If you’re craving good food but can’t decide what you want, this is the place to go. Their menu features deliciousness representing all the flavors of this international community.

Address: 3411 SW 8 St.

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Los Pinarenos Fruteria
As close as you can get to a local Cuban market – fresh juices, smoothies, veggies, tamales, and authentic Cuban coffee as well as a real pig kept out back.

Address: 1334 SW 8 St.

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Azúcar
The go-to spot for a sweet treat with a rotating board of fresh ice creams and more than 100 flavors, like Abuela María: vanilla, guava, cream cheese and crispy galletas.

Address: 1503 SW 8 St.

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Ball & Chain
Since 1935, this bar has hosted great musical legends like Ella Fitzgerald and Tito Puente, Jr. Nowadays great cocktails and live salsa will keep you dancing deep into the night.

Address: 1513 SW 8 St.

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Hoy Como Ayer
A small space pumping out huge live tunes, filled with swaying hips and tapping feet, esp. on Thursdays -- dubbed as the unofficial house of salsa by regulars.

Address: 2212 SW 8 St.

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Little Haiti/Upper East Side Budding Cultural Hub

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Little Haiti/Upper East Side
A vibrant, up-and-coming part of the City – a celebration of the patchwork of people and places – full of culture, art, history and design.

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Little Haiti Cultural Complex
From visual and performing arts to handmade goods for sale in the Caribbean Market, there’s always something special going on at this vibrant community complex.

Address: 212 NE 59th Ter.

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St Mary’s Cathedral
This beautiful cathedral goes back to the 1930s. Mass is offered in English, Spanish and Kreyól, serving the broad range of cultures in the area.

Address: 7525 NW 2nd Ave.

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Sweat Records
Local record shop and community hub selling the best vinyl, booking the best bands, pouring a great coffee, hosting concerts, screenings and events for local musicians.

Address: 5505 NE 2nd Ave.

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Churchill’s Pub
A Miami icon and one of the oldest, most venerated, punk bars in the country. A home for live music, all sorts of sports ball drinking, and guaranteed weirdness.

Address: 5501 NE 2nd Ave.

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Chef Creole
The most famous of Little Haiti eateries specializing in seafood, with many “best seafood restaurant” awards in recent years. Also serves oxtail, ribs, and other staples.

Address: 200 NW 54th St.

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Phuc Yeah
A quaint Asian gem serving Viet-Cajun cuisine with an emphasis on seafood. This quirky locale includes a lobby lounge, raw bar, dining room and a "garden lantern" lounge.

Address: 7100 Biscayne Blvd.

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The Anderson Bar
“Two bars in one”. Inside: darkly lit, 80s retro lounge with new wave cocktails & originals. Outside: tropically themed "shack" with a variety of rum-based drinks & boozy slushies.

Address: 709 NE 79th St.

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Ironside
A vibrant, multidisciplinary urban center with studios, boutique retailers, creative services and art galleries, great coffee, authentic pizza, and a boutique boxing & fitness facility.

Address: 7610 NE 4th Ct.

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North Beach Local & Low-Key

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North Beach
Miami's best kept secret with a low-key long stretch of beautiful sand, a vibrant history, quirky MiMo (Miami Modern) architecture, and fiercely loyal, diverse residents.

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North Beach Bandshell
Historic open-air stage showcasing local favorites, indie & international bands as well as yoga festivals, dance band nights, and other free activities to connect the community.

Address: 7275 Collins Ave.

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Normandy Isles Historic District
Buildings representing a variety of styles, esp. “Miami Modern (MiMo)”. Enjoy the 1st Friday of every month with free music at the Normandy Fountain

Address: 1096 Normandy Dr.

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O Cinema Miami Beach
An independent art house cinema with a warm, quaint ambiance, which is hardly ever crowded and film selections and wine “doubles” are always on point.

Address: 500 71st St.

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Shuckers Waterfront Grill
All Miamians have a special place in their hearts for this 25-year-old waterfront sport bar with their special grilled chicken wings and popular happy hour.

Address: 1819 79th St. Causeway

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Katana Japanese Sushi
There will be a line at this small sushi bar where the incredibly fresh and well-priced sushi is plated and set adrift on little rotating boats. But the best things in life are worth the wait.

Address: 920 71st St.

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Las Vacas Gordas Parrillada
A much-loved Argentinean steakhouse since ’96. Order the Enrollada: Rolled up Churrasco with the best chimichurri sauce around.

Address: 933 Normandy Dr.

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Buenos Aires Bakery
As genuine as it gets. This is where you go for your empanada fix. They also serve media lunas, pastelitos, tortas and miga sandwiches.

Address: 7134 Collins Ave.

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Lou’s Beer Garden
A hidden gem – literally. If in a hurry you might miss it. But that’s charming. The beer & whiskey selection is impressive, the cocktails are tasty and the poolside vibe is ultra-chill.

Address: 7337 Harding Ave.

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South Beach Entertainment Mecca

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South Beach
A little piece of paradise with sandy beaches, historic Art Deco buildings, public parks, museums, movie theaters, and some of the best food around.

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The New World Symphony and Soundscape Park
A cultural treasure: a Frank Gehry-designed venue, amazing acoustics, and bold programming – indoors or out. Wednesdays in Season catch a movie at 8pm.

Address: 500 17th St.

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South Pointe
Park and Pier

One of the most beautiful spots at the tip of the island with a pier, a big, shady park with bike paths, a field and an observatory deck. Find your spot and watch the cruise ships come in.

Address: 1 Washington Avenue

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Sunset Harbour
Get your community vibes and sweat on in this bustling area with funky fitness & yoga studios, kayaking & paddling options, boutique shopping and much low-key dining.

Address: 1875 Purdy Ave.

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Paradigm Kitchen
Plant forward casual restaurant that serves innovative health conscious cuisine, from the creators of jugofresh, THE spot for cold-pressed juices.

Address: 1834 Bay Rd.

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La Sandwicherie
The best sandwiches on South Beach, period. Fluffy bread, fresh veggies, top notch service and great prices. Enjoy at almost any time of the day.

Address: 229 14th St.

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Dirt
An amazing take on healthy and clean eating. The DIRTY SANDWICH is our personal favorite.

Address: 232 5th St.

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Sweet Liberty
Voted one of the top cocktail bars in the country, this watering hole is the right mix of upscale and causal, with a classic cocktail list and a strong happy hour.

Address: 237-b 20th St.

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Broken Shaker
The bar that upped Miami Beach’s cocktail game. Cocktails are creative while the poolside Bohemian ambiance is why you come and stay for a few.

Address: 2727 Indian Creek Dr.

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