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Coconut Grove is a lush neighbourhood rich in history – you will find hidden gems and beautiful scenery at Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, one of the oldest estates in South Florida. Start your day walking the boardwalk at Kennedy Park, then head towards Panther Coffee before popping into Kit and Ace for the softest Technical Cashmere™ tees. If you get hungry head to Greenstreet Cafe for a bite to eat, and complete your outfit at The Griffin for the best shoe selection. We can't wait to meet you!
-Emily Badger, Showroom Director
ARTIST ON THE WALL
Meet the Neighbours
Soya e Pomodoro
Soya e Pomodoro120 NE 1st Street
Step one foot in Soya e Pomodoro and you feel the essence of this spot. From their cozy library to the beautiful sculptured walls it is a perfect classic Italian restaurant atmosphere with an eclectic twist.
Jugo Fresh2516 Ponce De Leon Boulevard
Local Matthew Sherman nails the formula on squeezing greens. The Biggie and Tupac tracks will surely kick start your morning.
Lokal3190 Commodore Plaza
Owner Mathew Kuscher vows to provide locally sourced ingredients with a focus on quality. By processing all meats inhouse, the Lokal creates a flavour like no other.
Little Bread Cuban Sandwich Co
Little Bread Cuban Sandwich Co541 SW 12th Avenue
Take a stroll down Little Havana and onto 12th Ave to find Chef Alberto Cabrera’s delicious Cuban sandwich shop. The Pan Con Bistec will leave you craving it for days!
Seaspice422 NW North River Drive
Savour the Mediterranean-inspired seafood menu while gazing at Miami’s skyline from your riverside vantage. The views in this upand-coming neighbourhood can’t be beat.
Books & Books
Books & Books265 Aragon Avenue
This local landmark nests a beautiful array of books from tales to top design. If so many books give you an appetite sit at the cafe and order their famous tuna melt sandwich.
The Griffin3112 Commodore Plaza
Get the coolest kicks and accessories by coveted designers like Isabel Marant and Chloe. Promise you won’t leave the shop without dreaming about (or buying) a pair or two.
Violetas223 Miracle Mile
Feel like splurging? Stop by Violetas and check out their impeccable selection of home goods, from fine china to marble chess boards.
Aragon 101101 Aragon Avenue
Cooking essentials for your home. Indulge in the perfect copper mule mug or that mahogany tray to elevate your next gathering. Feeling ambitious? Check out their monthly cooking classes.
Ball and Chain
Ball and Chain1513 SW 8th Street
The authentic Cuban ambiance and live music make for a night out that will fill your cultural need. Just don’t leave without trying their incredible mojitos and Congri Fritters.
Marion1111 SW 1st Avenue
Swing by Miami’s new hot spot and sip on the ultimate Moscow mule prepared by their famous mixologist. These guys set the tone in the Brickell area.
Small Tea205 Aragon Avenue
Sniff from their scent station then sip on countless varieties of teas from different corners around the world. Pick up some leaves to go for a Zen zone in your home.
Sailboards MiamiMile Marker 6.5 on Rickenbacker Causeway
Located along the water’s edge, just as you enter Key Biscayne. Grab a kayak and paddle your way through the hidden mangroves to check out Miami’s breathtaking skyline.
Blue Starlite Mini Urban Drive In
Blue Starlite Mini Urban Drive In2476 S Bayshore Drive
This intimate cinematic experience will have you falling in love all over again with all your childhood favourite films. Snack on the retro gummies and vintage bottled soda pop to get the full drive in effect.
Old Cutler Bike Ride
Old Cutler Bike Ride1590 Campamento Avenue
If the weather permits, rent a Citi bike and head south. Along the way take a breather at Matheson Hammock Park or Pinecrest Gardens where you’ll find beaches and splash pads.
Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden
Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden10901 Old Cutler Road
A gorgeous tropical oasis, filled with exotic plants, a butterfly conservatory and the Tropical Fruit Pavilion, where you can taste rare and exotic fruits from around the world.
Perez Art Museum Miami (PAMM)
Perez Art Museum Miami (PAMM)1103 Biscayne Boulevard
This museum has some of the most thought-provoking cultural and art exhibits in Miami, as well as gorgeous views and a gift shop that’s actually worth visiting.
Vizcaya Museum and Garden
Vizcaya Museum and Garden3251 S Miami Avenue
Vizcaya is a national historic landmark built in the 1910s. The gardens immediately evoke a festive, happy atmosphere. It’s a gorgeous villa with breath-taking views and a rich history.
Lowes Art Museum
Lowes Art Museum1301 Stanford Drive
The Lowes has diverse permanent and traveling collections. Get a dose of art and culture without having to go very far.
Domino Park1508 SW 8th Street
No visit to Miami is complete without experiencing Little Havana. Watch the pros play at Domino Park then check out historic MDC’s Tower Theater and Azucar Ice Cream.