Art Walk, Second Saturdays
Occurring every Second Saturday of every month between the hours of 6PM to 10PM and extending throughout the night, this monthly happening features openings at Art Galleries, Art Institutions, and Retail Businesses. Thousands of people crowd the streets to have a great night out and enjoy the Miami Art Scene. Join us each month for this festive and lively evening!
Art Miami 2016
Art Miami is the leading international contemporary and modern art fair that takes place each December during art week at the midtown Miami complex in the renowned Wynwood Arts District. It is one of the most important annual contemporary art events in the United States, attracting more than 82,000 collectors, curators, museum professionals and art enthusiasts from around the globe annually. Entering its 26th edition, Art Miami remains committed to showcasing the most important artworks from the 20th and 21st centuries in collaboration with a selection of the world’s most respected galleries. Nov 29 - Dec 4, 2016.
O Cinema is a cutting-edge non-profit, independent cinema located in Miami’s Wynwood Arts District that specializes in showing first-run independent, foreign & art films.
90 NW 29th St Miami, FL 33127
The Wynwood Walls was conceived by the renowned community revitalizor and placemaker Tony Goldman in 2009. He was looking for something big to transform the warehouse district of Wynwood, and he arrived at a simple idea: "Wynwood's large stock of warehouse buildings, all with no windows, would be my giant canvases to bring to them the greatest street art ever seen in one place." Starting with the 25th–26th Street complex of six separate buildings, his goal was to create a center where people could gravitate to and explore, and to develop the area's pedestrian potential.
90 NW 29th St Miami, FL 33127
Cafeina Wynwood Lounge
Price range: $10 - $20
Good for: Bar scene
Description: Nestled in the heart of Wynwood, Cafeina merges the worlds of art and nightlife. Full bar with signature cocktails that pay homage to "cafe" in Cafeina and use coffee as the main ingredient. The menu features tapas-style food like Mini-Kobe Burgers, Tuna Tacos and Crab Cakes that Martha Stewart heralded as "The best she's ever had." Great vibe, good art and delicious food and drinks.
297 NW 23rd St Miami, FL 33127
Price range: $$$
Cuisines: Latin American Asian Fusion
Good for: Lounge, Live Music, Clandestine, Performance
Description: Sticking to the traditions of its swingin' contemporaries, Bardot is about as clandestine as it gets. Address? Nope. Instead it's hunkered down under an unmarked awning in trendy Wynwood. On the DL for about five minutes, Bardot may be known throughout the hipster land but it's by no means corrupted like that favorite song played incessantly on the radio, not that the Bardot crowd would ever listen to the radio, of course. Performance art, live tunes and burlesque. Backgammon, pool and chess. Yup, plenty of entertainment to go around.
3456 N Miami Ave Miami, FL 33127
This is Miami’s first official craft brewery. You don’t come here for big screen TVs, or fru fru décor. You don’t ask for a wine list. The atmosphere is as chilled as the beer. If you don’t come with friends, no worries, you can make some there because the tables are long and communal.
(305) 640-5043 // 565 NW 24 Street, Miami FL 33127 // firstname.lastname@example.org
Bakehouse Art Complex
The Bakehouse is not only a creative center, but also a vibrant community hub serving artists, patrons, art collectors and the South Florida community. BAC offers a variety of educational programs for all ages as well as a platform for juried artists and an expanding community of children, adults, and families to connect, exchange, and further their creative development.
561 NW 32nd Street Miami Florida 33127
The Ultimate Guide to Miami Spice 2017
The best deals for brunch, lunch and dinner
Contributors: Olee Fowler and Carlos Olaechea
With more than 200 restaurant options available during Miami Spice 2017 (Available August 1 to September 30), it’s hard to narrow down which restaurants are worth the visit — until now. Here is the ultimate resource for the best brunch, lunch and dinner options around town.
Miami Spice Brunch 2017: 5 Solid Choices
by Olee Fowler @oleefowler
The best meal of the week for just $23
13 Must-Try Miami Spice 2017 Lunch Deals
by Carlos Olaechea
Top 10 Best Bets for Miami Spice 2017
by Olee Fowler @oleefowler
Where to eat during Miami’s restaurant month(s)
Bunnie Cakes is the only vegan/ gluten free/ nut free bakery in Miami Florida. No animal product is used at Bunnie Cakes, their desserts are also completely nut free. They specialize in cupcakes, cakes, brownies, cookies, cake pops. This bakery and products have been featured in the Food Network getting rave reviews. Bunnie Cakes is also certified kosher/ parve by Kosher Miami.
2322 NE 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33137 // t: (786) 268-9790
Jimmy'z Kitchen is a privately owned South Florida “chef” fast casual chain of American-Latin fusion contemporary restaurants. Chef Jimmy Carey pioneered in Miami the Chef-inspired fast casual concept renowned for its healthy and delicious fare. Jimmy'z Kitchen has been recognized by Zagat; chosen by Yelp as one of the best reviewed restaurants in Miami, and named as one of the 38 Must-Visit Restaurants by Eater Miami.
2700 N Miami Ave. Miami, FL 33127 // t: (305)573-1505
A combination of Japanese and Peruvian cuisines like you’ve never seen before. With three locations in Miami: Brickell Avenue, South Beach, the colorful Wynwood Arts District and now in Las Olas Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale.
Where freshness with flavor is the focus, Suviche offers a variety beautifully crafted and explosively flavorful sushi rolls, ceviches and sautéed Peruvian specialties. It is also home to the first Pisco Bar in the city, featuring home-made Pisco infusions with fresh herbs, fruits and spices.
2751 N Miami Ave. Miami, FL 33127 // t: (305)501-5010
SUGARCANE raw bar grill
Three distinct kitchens: robata, hot and raw bar unite for a fresh take on tradition and a unique culmination of flavor. Embarking on a quest for the simple pleasures of life: eating well, kicking back and celebrating with friends – the concept focuses on a ‘shared experience’ through its tapas style menu: eclectic small plates, artisanal cocktails, and an extensive rum selection. With 4,200-square-feet of interior space, an impressive outdoor terrace, a private gallery, and indoor/outdoor bars
3252 Northeast First Avenue. Miami, Florida 33137 // t: (786) 369-0353 // f: (786) 369-0358
Introducing Gigi, the newest urban dining experience in Miami. Only Gigi offers cutting-edge, high-performance, communal comfort food for the discerning palate. Gigi is an one-of-a-kind restaurant and a culinary revolution. Nestled in Wynwood (Midtown) next to Bardot, Gigi offers affordable, Asian-inspired, unpretentious food.
3470 N Miami Ave. Miami, FL 33127 // (305) 573-1520 // http://giginow.com
La Latina is an authentic Venezuelan "Arepera", located at 3509 NE 2nd Ave. between Midtown and the Design District.The idea of opening a La Latina in Miami is the result of a journey of ideas, flavors, and senses that blended into a refreshing concept of an arepera.
3509 NE 2nd Ave. Miami, FL 33137 // tel: (305) 571-9655 // email@example.com