A few of my friends and I escaped the NYC snow and flew to Miami last weekend! It was truly one of my favorite trips that I’ve gone on so far. Read more for where we ate, where we went and what we did in Miami!
Wynwood is mainly known for the all the colorful murals. It ended up being our favorite area to visit! So hip and happening. Great food, great markets, great art.
Miami Design District
Absolutely beautiful, great architecture and stores. There is silver confetti wrapped around all the trees, it’s a kira kira dream. We popped into the Goop shop and the new The Ordinary location!
As the name suggests, this is in the basement of The Miami Edition. It’s kind of like a nightclub but there is bowling and an ice rink!! We had the best time skating.
This is a little speakeasy type bar/club hidden away behind a taco shop. The food was good, the music was good and it wasn’t super packed with people. There was still enough room for everyone to move around. All around good vibes.
We spent one of our mornings strolling through Little Havana. So much color and culture, definitely worth stopping by for.
Miami Perez Art Museum
Super beautiful museum showcasing contemporary art. The exterior and interior are both worth checking out.
Taiyaki NYC (New Miami location!)
You might have seen the ice cream filled fish waffles around on social media. My friend Jimmy and his team just opened a new Miami location in Wynwood. Such a great sweet treat to cool off with in the Miami heat.
Lotus & Cleaver
This is in the same complex as Taiyaki in Wynwood. We came here twice because it was so good. It’s Chinese food but it was delicious, my friends and I still talk about how amazing the Peking duck was.
This was recommended to us by many people and for good reason. Best. Fried. Chicken. It was our last meal before we headed out to the airport and it was simply delicious. Highly recommend the biscuits as well, we ended up placing two orders for them.
El Rey De Las Frites
This was the restaurant we went to when we stopped by Little Havana. The most popular dish is the Frita a Caballo which is filled with these really thin crunchy fries. The mango juice was also delicious and super fresh.
Coyo was the first place we went to once we landed. It has great Mexican street food and there’s a hidden bar in the back! The tacos and quesadillas were both amazing.