Often referred to as the "gateway to Latin America," Miami attracts a diverse population of tourists and expatriates, resulting in a rich international population and a mix of cuisine that satisfies even the most discriminating palate.
Downtown Miami and Brickell Avenue form the heart and history of the famed "Magic City," a name given to Miami in the early 20th century as it sprang up as if by magic. Brickell Avenue, once known as "millionaire row," and Downtown Miami skylines eventually merged joining forces to provide a vast array of dining and entertainment alternatives.
Coconut Grove Information
Coconut Grove is Miami's most historic neighborhood. The tropical oasis of Coconut Grove provides a warm atmosphere with gourmet restaurants, cafes and access to the bay.
Coral Gables Information
Known as "The City Beautiful" with live music, festivals and art galleries.
Coral Gables has more fine dining establishments per capita than any other city in the United States, Coral Gables is host to South Florida's cuisine scene.
South Beach Information
Miami Beach and its trendy South Beach (SoBe) outpost are sometimes referred to as the American Rivera. The Beach is a thriving community with rich history and culture, thanks to the surge of immigrants from all over the world who moved to this city and built it from the ground up.