Shopping & Recreation

Miami Beach, Florida Shopping

Lincoln Road Mall
15 minute walk from the Blue Moon Hotel
Lincoln Road at 16th Street

This gorgeous open-air pedestrian mall is home to designer shops, boutiques, art galleries, movie theaters, retail outlets, pubs and restaurants, such as: The Art Center of Florida, Anthropologie, American Apparel, Apple, Bebe, Bella Cuba, Chroma, French Connection, Lucky Jeans, Regal Cinema, Sushi Samba, The Colony Theater, and The Van Dyke Cafe. The Galleria is a South Beach treasure with hot fashions and trendy couture by Roberto Cavalli, D&G, Gianfranco Ferre and Hugo Boss.

Ocean Drive
3 minute walk from the Blue Moon Hotel
Runs parallel to the Atlantic Ocean from 1st through 15th Street

Running along the Atlantic, this can’t miss spot features hip, high-style shops, boutiques, souvenir shops, restaurants, clubs, bars, hotels and handsome Art Deco buildings.  Spots such as the News Cafe and the Clevelander offer unparalleled people watching.  (Children avert your eyes!)  Don’t miss Versace’s former estate, or the dance party that commonly spills out into the street in front of Mango’s Cafe. A fab spot for the amateur and professional photographer alike.

Collins Avenue Fashion District
3 minute walk from the Blue Moon Hotel
Collins Avenue from 5th through 9th Street

Since the early part of this decade, Collins Avenue, from the Blue Moon Hotel south to 5th Street, has evolved into a one of a kind shopping destination.  The uniqueness of the area is apparent almost immediately, with a majority of the shops, restaurants, cafes, boutiques, galleries, and stores occupying entire historic buildings or former apartment complexes.  The area is home to Armani Exchange, Barney’s NY, Diesel, Guess, MAC, Nicole Miller, Ralph Lauren, Sephora, Urban Outfitters, Zara, and many more world renown brands.

Washington Avenue
3 minute walk from the Blue Moon Hotel
Washington Avenue from 5th through Lincoln Road

One block from Collins Avenue, Washington Avenue is a fabulous shopping strip lined with boutiques, nightclubs, restaurants, and cafes.  Washington Avenue is also known notoriously for some of the world’s largest and most popular nightclubs, such as Cameo, Mansion, and B.E.D.

Espanola Way
12 minute walk from the Blue Moon Hotel
North of 14th Street between Washington and Pennsylvania Avenues

A quaint and picturesque side-street, Miami Beach’s Espanola Way is a slice of history with a touch of culture.  The area’s kitschy European-inspired buildings are home to a funky collection of shops, boutiques, art galleries, eateries, a yoga studio, and an art house movie theater.  This fun, picturesque marketplace – seen in Hollywood films – offers cozy restaurants and outdoor cafes, highlighted by A La Folie Café and Tapas y Tintos.  Art galleries like Espanola Way Art Center and Marcel Gallery expand on the subject of culture by bringing art to the street.

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