Enjoying a Weekend in South Beach: Where to Go, What to Eat

Enjoy a Weekend in South Beach

If you’re looking for somewhere to relax and recharge without going too far from the excitement of city life, there’s no place like South Beach. While this stunning neighborhood is just minutes from the center of Miami, its white sand beaches and stunning ocean views make it seem light years away. If you

 

Grab Breakfast at The Front Porch Café | 1458 Collins Avenue

Enjoy Weekend in South Beach

Start your weekend off right with a good breakfast at the Front Porch Café on Ocean Drive. While this adorable café prides itself on its comfort food, like breakfast burritos, French toast, and even a breakfast pizza, you can also enjoy a healthy start to your day with fresh-pressed green smoothies and egg whites.

 

Check out the art at the Wolfsonian | 1001 Washington Avenue

Explore some of the world’s best art with a trip to the Wolfsonian on Washington Avenue. Through the end of the year, check out exhibits like “Thoughts on Democracy: Freedom to Vote 2016,” and “Visionary Metropolis: Tony Garnier’s Une Cite Industrielle,” as well as the museum’s permanent collection.

 

Enjoy lunch at Prime 112 | 112 Ocean Drive

After working up an appetite walking around the Wolfsonian, enjoy a great meal at Prime 112 on Ocean Drive. In addition to decadent dishes like truffle provolone cheese fondue, make sure to check out the restaurant’s world-famous raw bar offerings.

 

Go shopping at the Lincoln Road Mall | Lincoln Road Mall

Indulge your inner shopaholic with a quick trip to the Lincoln Road Mall. This popular shopping destination is home to dozens of stores, from chains boasting affordable basics, like H+M, Gap, and Zara, to designer wares from Ted Baker and Armani. Makeup enthusiasts will particularly enjoy this outdoor space, thanks to its wealth of beauty specialty stores, from boutiques like Timeless Cosmetics and TRESOR Rare to industry giants like Sephora and Ulta.

 

Grab a drink at Cibo Wine Bar South Beach | 200 South Pointe Drive

After a long day of shopping, kick back and relax with a great glass of wine at Cibo. This charming South Beach wine bar is one of the most uniquely decorated restaurants in the entire city, with a massive installation piece of red and silver spheres hanging overhead and a color-sorted arrangement of garnishes, from pickled beets to peppers serving as a display piece behind the bar. Despite its flashy décor, Cibo manages to maintain an intimate feel, and most importantly, the bartenders at this sophisticated haunt know their stuff — you’ll never have trouble finding the perfect glass of wine to complement a mood or a meal here.

 

Relax with a workout and spa services right at home at 1 Homes & Hotels South Beach | 102 24thStreet

state-of-the-art health and fitness facilities

Take some time to focus on your physical health after exploring the city by enjoying a personal training session at the state-of-the-art health and fitness facilities at 1 Homes & Hotels. The lucky residents of this amenity-packed South Beach hotel condo have the best of fitness and spa services at their fingertips, with four pools and a 14,000-square-foot fitness center and spa right on the premises. After your workout, make sure to take advantage of the on-site spa services and feel your stress melt away with a relaxing massage.

 

 

Grab Dinner at Katsuya South Beach | 1701 Collins Avenue

Enjoy a meal created by one of the all-time masters of Japanese cuisine at Katsuya South Beach. This popular Collins Avenue restaurant, named for its world-famous owner and master chef Katsuya Uechi, is one of the best destinations for sushi in the world, with creative rolls wowing guests and critics alike. If you’re a sushi lover, make sure to try the Sunset Roll, a combination of avocado, cucumber, and freshwater eel topped with sweet eel sauce, or enjoy a sushi chef’s take on the classic New England lobster roll, melding lobster, celery, pickled wasabi, and avocado together into one serious explosion of flavor. Even guests who aren’t huge fans of sushi can still enjoy an amazing meal, with dishes like blackened salmon with miso eggplant, striped bass with Szechuan sauce, and miso-marinated black cod on the menu.

 

Cap the night with a drink at Rec Room | 1690 Collins Avenue

End your evening in the epitome of South Beach style with a drink at Rec Room. This charming, retro lounge will transport you back to the 1970s with its wood-paneled walls, leather banquettes, and Sputnik wall-mounted light fixtures. Enjoy music from the Rec Room’s in-house DJ as you sip cocktails, wine, and beer served in patterned vintage glassware.

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