“Downtown Miami’s best Italian restaurant, Perricone’s Market Place and Cafe sits in a quiet park nestled in the shadows of the skyscrapers lining Brickell Avenue.” says the Perricone’s website, and every word is true.
Take a day trip to an idyllic, secluded and absolutely dreamy place! Little Palm Island is far away from the world, with white sandy beaches & sunsets. Like one of those old-fashioned surreal postcards.
Miami + party = Nikki Beach. It’s the quintessential beach club, with tiki bars, lounge chairs and torches, serving seafood, fresh beachy drinks and hottest DJs.
Check out Sushi Maki for Great Japanese food: they serve what great sushi should be;: delicious, with responsibly sourced ingredients, creative and tasty. You can find Sushi Maki on several locations in Miami.
Absolutely stunning: the W hotel. It’s a place of sophistication, views for miles, beachfront, and elegant opulence. Highly priced but worth every penny – comes highly recommended!
It’s one of the greatest bio food establishments in the world: the Whole Foods. It stocks all things organic in every shape, form and provenance you can possibly imagine. If you wish to do some cooking of your own, it’s THE place to do your groceries.
A great place to stay in Miami – a good value for money hotel + a true taste of the US style, the Loews Miami Beach Hotel is situated in the heart of South Beach, in all its Art Deco glory!
A place to visit when in New York! Pay attention ’cause you’ll walk past this and totally miss it! It’s a very very cool Japanese restaurant called MORIMOTO on the 10th Avenue.
And now for something completely different! A place for seafood aficionados, you absolutely must add the list of things to do when in Miami: Garcia’s Seafood Grill and Market. Tuck in!
“Kimpton EPIC is the EPICenter of a glorious rush, your extravagant base camp for everything you want to experience in a downtown Miami hotel and then some. Sounds like paradise to us.” That’s according to their website, and it’s the truth.
On the 16th floor of the Epic hotel you’ll find Area 31 – the restaurant & bar named after the local fishing area. Area 31 is all about fine dining, sustainable and local produce – all against the stunning Miami skyline and a wow-factor 16th floor terrace with a swimming pool.
The first and foremost thing to do when in Miami – go to south beach. It’s got a very special vibe – a colorful blend of history and kitsch so typical for Miami. Glitter and class in one go. Overdose of everything. A good start.