One of the best things about Miami is the diversity of its people and the experiences you can have. Whether you’re prone to party, enjoy creative culinary creations or would rather experience the city’s cultural gems, it’s easy to curate a first-rate trip to fit your lifestyle…
Tired of eating in the chains? Checking Yelp? Chasing down the Michelins?
Here are ten restaurants and cafés in some of the most interesting, creative and unexpected spaces and places from New York to London, D.C. to Miami. Venues range from high-end cafeteria to two Michelin star affairs, all drawing inspiration from their unique settings. Get ready to feed your body, mind and soul.
Built on the storied Warner Brothers estate on Collins Avenue in Miami Beach, it’s no surprise to find a continuation of the Eden Roc’s show biz roots in its latest iteration: Nobu Eden Roc.
Think of it as two hotel experiences at the same Miami Beach address, and this, a tale of two towers.
There are a number of enticing options for motorsports racing in the Miami area. If you want to watch the action, there’s the upcoming Race of Champions at Marlins Park and the Ford Championship Weekend at Homestead-Miami Speedway. But if you prefer doing rather than spectating, you can always take to the track yourself behind the wheel of a high-performance automobile. And how fun would that be? Continue reading Racing Miami
There are so many nooks, crannies and mysteries that lie unexplored in the streets of the neighborhoods we pass through as travellers and locals. They can be tucked away or in plain sight and somehow we don’t see them until we have cause to go looking or otherwise stumble across their path.
While under the auspices of sex and erotica, these specialty museums and temporary exhibitions aim to fulfill lofty historical, social and educational goals and reveal to ourselves more about what makes us human. Continue reading Museums of Sex and Erotica
Just a few minutes by boat from Miami Beach lies an unusual kind of national park. Beyond the seascape of turquoise water for as far as the eye can see, its ample natural and man-made treasures – the coral reefs, mangrove swamps, shipwrecks and curious remains of human habitation – aren’t immediately apparent. That’s because ninety-five percent of its 172,000 protected acres are found beneath the waves, making Biscayne National Park the largest marine park in the national system. Continue reading Daytrip Miami: Biscayne National Park
As they say, it’s all about location, location, location. To catch the latest blockbuster movie releases, duck into the darkness of your local multiplex. But if you like your movies in a scenic venue with a side of sociability, it’s time to spend your spring and summer nights under the stars catching some classic cinema. Continue reading Open Air Cinema: Movies by Moonlight