Miami Beach & South Beach's Shopping Rivals That Of New
York, Beverly Hills, Paris & Rome. Every Designer Who Is
Anyone Has A Boutique In Miami!
Ocean Drive is
Miami's most famous street, located
in the southern part of Miami Beach known as SoBe to locals.
This is where the fashion and lifestyle scene of Miami are at
home: one trendy boutique hotel follows the other, and the bars,
cafes, lounges and restaurants are too numerous to name them
all. There are trendy fashion boutiques, and it's not surprising
that many model agencies have their headquarter right here on
Ocean Drive. At times, Ocean Drive seems like a giant public
catwalk for the promenading masses of beautiful people - a great
place for people watching if you're so inclined.
19501 Biscayne Blvd, Aventura, FL 33180-2342 · 305-935-1110
Description: AVENTURA. A true shopper's paradise with
more than 240 high-end shops and a 24-screen AMC theater,
Aventura Mall is one of North Dade's premier shopping
destinations. Architects eschewed the "contemporary"
mall plan when they designed this open-air gem, whose red
wrought-iron gates, plush tropical greenery, and SoBe-meets-Bourbon
Street features make it as aesthetically pleasing as it is
practical and accessible. Anchor stores include
Bloomingdale's, Burdines-Macy's, and JC Penney.
9700 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33154 · 305-866-0311
Description: BAL HARBOUR. This top shopping destination
is known around the country for its quality, variety, and most
of all, for its style. Each exclusive boutique holds numerous
treasures that will transform your wardrobe. Shops include
everything from national favorites like Banana Republic, Gap,
and Gap Kids to some of the finest designer names, including
Gianni Versace, Gucci, St. John and Prada. Beautiful gifts are
available at fine stores such as Tiffany & Co. and Bulgari.
There are plenty of upscale dining options as well as casual
401 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132 · 305-577-3344
DOWNTOWN. Overlooking the magnificent Biscayne Bay in downtown
Miami, this vast shopping complex offers a wealth of boutiques
for men, women, and children of all ages. More than 150 shops
are conveniently housed in an upscale, attractive shopping
environment. Favorites include Gap, Guess, and Wilson's
Leather. When your shopping is complete, entertainment,
nightlife, and dining choices abound, with options such as
Miami's Hard Rock Cafe and a spacious international food
court. Performers often take the stage in the numerous plazas
built into the marketplace, and you can even take a boat tour
for great views of the bay.
Miami, FL 33133 · 305-444-0777
Description: COCONUT GROVE. This city has been around a
lot longer than most places in greater Miami. A number of
early settlers made the area their home, and today it boasts a
huge multi-level complex with shops, restaurants, and sizzling
nightlife. "The Grove" is a popular destination for
tourists and locals alike, who come to enjoy the ongoing
leisure-time options, including busy CocoWalk Mall, Vizcaya
Museum and Gardens, and a multitude of festivals and
waterfront parks. Trendy, hip, and diverse.
Coral Gables, FL 33134
Description: CORAL GABLES. Lovely Coral Gables,
originally developed by George Merrick in 1925, is so
picturesque that it's been nicknamed "The City
Beautiful." Streets like De Soto Boulevard are adorned
with classy fountains, and the luxurious Biltmore Hotel, which
Merrick helped establish, is a landmark. Today, the
neighborhood shelters many different cultures, not to mention
unique sights and Mediterranean architecture. In addition, it
offers some of Miami's most exclusive retail venues; the
Miracle Mile, in particular, hosts countless high-end
specialty shops, clothing boutiques, and art galleries.
7535 N Kendall Dr, Kendall, FL 33156-7704 · 305-665-6226
Description: KENDALL. With anchor stores like Saks,
JCPenney, and Macy's, it's easy to see why this Dade County
mall attracts the wide range of shoppers it does. One of
Florida's oldest enclosed shopping centers (it's 30-plus years
old now), Dadeland has undergone extensive renovations, giving
it a more aesthetically pleasing appearance with wide,
tree-lined common areas and an abundance of natural light. In
addition to the anchors, Dadeland also offers a wide array of
specialty options like Abercrombie & Fitch, Banana
Republic, Disney Store, Guess, and the country's largest E
NE 40th St, Miami, FL 33137
Description: DESIGN DISTRICT. In the Design District,
new trends are being set every day. The neighborhood is a
conglomeration of design outlets, art galleries, home decor
stores, antique shops, restaurants and clubs. In recent years,
the city's creative contingent has migrated here, and it's
becoming a popular tourist destination. Stores devoted to
design and architecture occupy warehouse-like fronts in an
area between North Miami Avenue and North Second Street.
Although the district covers just a few blocks, it offers a
wealth of shopping and design opportunities.
11401 NW 12 St, Miami, FL 33172 · 305-365-7446
Description: WEST DADE. Convenient to both the downtown
area and Miami International Airport, this is one of the Miami
area's newest and most modern shopping centers. From Old Navy
and Bath & Body Works, the Dolphin offers a wide range of
specialty shops. Anchor stores for the mall include
Marshall's, Saks Outlet, and Linens and Things. Among the
mall's many amenities are a Dave and Busters sports bar, a
19-screen megaplex with stadium seating, and live
entertainment in the main courtyard on Fridays.
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Description: SOUTH BEACH. Where the trendy and
fashionable shop. At this upscale, open-air mall off Collins
Avenue at 17th Street, you'll find some of the most exclusive
shops of South Beach. Many of the top art galleries and
specialty stores are located here, but most browsers are here
to see and be seen. There is a mixed and diverse crowd - it's
not unusual to find people dressed "to the nines"
being passed by inline skaters. You'll also find some of the
most outstanding dining choices in the area, along with plenty
of thriving nightlife options.
136 St, Miami, FL 33176-5883 · 305-255-4570
Description: SOUTH MIAMI. This attractive mall features
wood plank walkways, lush greenery, and a series of
flower-lined tropical lagoons and waterfalls. An open-air
complex, the Falls offers such popular retail names as Pottery
Barn, Restoration Hardware, Bloomingdale's, Macy's, and Ann
Taylor. While the Falls does not have a food court, appetites
may still be satiated by the likes of Johnny Rockets, Häagen
Dazs, and T.G.I. Friday's.