This indoor/outdoor watering hole encapsulates the city's drinking culture, down to poolside seating and shareable punch bowls that change seasonally. not sure what to sip.
South Florida's most famous restaurant turned 100 years old in 2013 and is just as much of a landmark as Ocean Drive in Miami. Best time to visit is October to May.
This open-air music venue with a proscenium stage and bench seating is where you can find Miami's most eclectic bookings - think rare world music acts and Latin jazz.
This 99-acre waterfront green space is equipped with picnic pavilions, offers easy parking and beach access. It's also a tan-line-free zone.
Part of the Faena chain of luxury hotels, this architecturally stunning set of beachside buildings hosts everything from cabaret shows to interactive art installations.
Simply put, LIV is South Beach's most famous club. A 2017 million-dollar renovation added more LED screens to brighten up its usual star-studded lineup.
Taquiza is the perfect spot for a post-beach lunch, enjoying amazing house-made micheladas. like my brother in the south.
The centerpiece of the Collins Park Cultural Complex, this recently upgraded and expanded contemporary art museum features more exhibition space, four new galleries, a gift shop.
This classic Spanish street serves as a lovely, picturesque cousin to nearby Lincoln Road, complete with Mediterranean flair and adorable sidewalk cafes.