Los Fuegos

3201 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach

Located in the Faena Hotel, this South American grill master serves seafood, steak, and an extensive wine list in an elegant hotel eatery.

Joe's Stone Crab

11 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach

Cavernous, bustling space open October through May that draws crowds for crab, Key lime pie, and more.

Casa Tua

1700 James Avenue, Miami Beach

Casa Tua offers the perfect dining experience by blending elements of the five senses. Inside this handsome Mediterranean villa or outdoors in their inviting garden, guests indulge in sensuous sights, sounds, smells, textures and of course, tastes.


1854 Bay Road, Miami Beach

A vibrant mix of grassroots flavors with a posh twist. A unique culinary experience nestled in paradise called NaiYara. Whether you’re looking for simple but refined sushi and sashimi made with the best ingredients the ocean has to offer or the comfort, depth and complexity of Thai flavors, dinner at NaiYara is nothing short of excellence.

Smith & Wollensky

1 Washington Avenue at South Pointe Park, Miami Beach

You can't go wrong with a visit to the Miami Beach location of the iconic Smith & Wollensky Steakhouse. The steaks are hand-butchered and dry-aged on site, ensuring an incredible meal.


820 Alton Road, Miami Beach

Opened in June 2012, Macchialina, located in the heart of South Beach’s residential west side community, has quickly become a favorite Italian restaurant among critics, locals and in-the-know tourists, who flock to the casual neighborhood eatery to indulge in chef/owner Michael Pirolo’s rustic yet sophisticated Italian fare.

Sweet Liberty

237 20th Street Suite B, Miami Beach

Situated in the up-and-coming Collins Park area alongside the Bass Art Museum, Sweet Liberty offers guests world-class cocktails and creative American food. Conceived and operated by award-winning bartender John Lermayer and Dan Binkiewicz along with restaurateur David Martinez, Sweet Liberty brings an intelligent selection of food and drink from sophisticated to simple to downright delicious.

Stiltsville Fish Bar

1787 Purdy Avenue, Miami Beach

Located in the heart of the Sunset Harbor neighborhood, Stiltsville Fish Bar encapsulates a relaxed and casual neighborhood restaurant. Stiltsville draws locals in for quality seafood & Key West inspired drinks.

Time Out Market Miami

1601 Drexel Avenue, Miami Beach

Spread across 17,000 square feet, Time Out Market is a curated food hall that packs 17 kitchens, three bars, a demo cooking area and a video installation wall that together make up the best dining and culture that Miami has to offer.

STK Steakhouse

Located in the 1 Hotel South Beach

STK artfully blends two concepts into one—the modern steakhouse and a chic lounge. STK Miami is located in the heart of Miami Beach, bringing the pulse of New York to the rhythm of South Beach. Executive Chef Rafael Linares mans the kitchen of the bi-level venue. As anticipated, steak is the main attraction. STK offers small, medium and large cuts of meat, as well as naturally-raised options and market fresh fish entrees. Aside from steak, signature items include Parmesan Truffle Fries; Lil’ BRGs; Sweet Corn Pudding; and Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail.


Art Deco Historic District

1001 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach

The Miami Beach Architectural District is a U.S. historic district located in the South Beach neighborhood of Miami Beach. Bring your camera!

Lincoln Road

Lincoln Road Mall is a pedestrian road running east-west parallel between 16th Street and 17th Street in Miami Beach. There are tons of shops, restaurants and bars, plus plenty of people-watching!

Pérez Art Museum Miami

1103 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami

Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) is a modern and contemporary art museum dedicated to collecting and exhibiting international art of the 20th and 21st centuries

Vizcaya Museum & Gardens

3251 South Miami Avenue, Miami

Vizcaya Museum & Gardens has been a Miami landmark for more than 100 years. Visitors from all over the world travel to Vizcaya to admire its gorgeous architecture and lush gardens. You might recognize it as a filming location for various movies and television shows, including Bad Boys II and Iron Man 3.

Wynwood Walls Street Art

2520 NW 2nd Avenue, Miami

In the warehouse district of Wynwood, the formerly drab exterior warehouse walls have been transformed into colorful pieces of art. The murals of The Wynwood Walls have brought new life to this area. Brought about by Tony Goldman in 2009, the district has attracted big names in the world of street art from around the world. Be sure to venture beyond the official Wynwood Walls and check out the unique galleries, shops and restaurants located throughout Wynwood. Local favorites include Panther Coffee, Zak the Baker, Coyo Taco and The Salty Donut.

Everglades National Park

Everglades National Park, just a short drive from Miami, protects one of Florida's most unique natural features. These swamplands, covering about 1.5 million acres, are home to alligators, crocodiles, snakes and all kinds of birds. This whole area is essentially a shallow river flowing out to the ocean. Within the park you'll find the informative Visitors Center, as well as walking trails and boardwalks for wildlife viewing. One of the most enjoyable ways for tourists to experience the Everglades is on an airboat tour. These high-speed boat trips take visitors out into the marshes and streams to see some South Florida wildlife up close. There are several airboat tour operators in the area that are located just outside the official park.


The best way to get around Miami is by car. Uber and Lyft are both popular methods of transportation. Multiple taxi companies also operate within Miami. Rental cars are an option, but please keep in mind that parking is limited in many areas of the city.