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  • Eat
    Pubbelly - Asian-Inspired Gastropub
    Red The Steakhouse
    Cecconi's -; Italian Cuisine
    Dolce - Italian Cuisine
    My Ceviche - Seafood
    Yardbird - Southern Cuisine
    Huahua's Taqueria - Mexican Cuisine
    Toni's Sushi - Asian Cuisine
    Burger & Beer Joint - American Cuisine
    Bardot - Live Music & DJs
    Barton G. - American Cuisine
    Drunken Dragon - Korean BBQ
    Joe's Stone Crab - Seafood
    Jugofresh - Cold-Pressed Juice
    Juvia - French Japanese
    Matador Room - Pan-Latin Cuisine
    OTC - American Food
    Panther Coffee
    Tongue & Cheek - New American
  • Shop
    The Webster - Men's and Women's Clothing
    Curve - Women's Apparel
    Atrium - Men's and Women's Apparel
    F1RST Surf Shop - Beach Accessories
  • Culture
    New World Symphony - Orchestra
    PAMM (Perez Art Museum Miami)
    The Wolfsonian - Modern Art & Design Museum
    Miami Beach Cinematheque - Art House Cinema
    Ballet Flamenco La Rosa - Performing Arts Center
    Broken Shaker - Cocktail Bar & Lounge
    Cabaret South Beach - Live Music
    LIV - Nightclub & Lounge
    Olympia Theater at Gusman Center
    The Regent Cocktail Club and Rec Room
    Temple Emanu-El Synagogue
  • Landmarks
    Lincoln Road Mall
    Sunset Harbor Shops - Luxury Mall
    Jewish Museum of Florida
    Miami Botanical Garden

Miami Beach Museums & Art Galleries

The Miami Beach Art Deco District is the cultural and historical hub that sets the city apart from the rest of South Florida. With 1,000 historic buildings within one square mile, the neighborhood is an extraordinary attraction in its own right. To take it all in, visitors should explore by foot, checking out the funky, colorful buildings that have played a major role in shaping Miami Beach history. While simple observation is the best way to enjoy the architecture, there's a whole lot more to enjoy throughout the neighborhood.
 
Miami Beach Art Deco District Attractions:
 

Lummus Park

Lummus Park connects the area's fascinating architecture with the majestic Atlantic Ocean via finely paved sidewalks, volleyball courts and palm trees. Acting as a relaxing haven in the heart of the uptempo city, Lummus Park complements the Miami Beach Art Deco District with some natural splendor.
 

Front Porch Cafe

Serving breakfast all day, the Front Porch Cafe provides visitors the extraordinary opportunity to sit in the sun, savor the world-class architecture and enjoy delicious food all at the same time. Not ready for a full meal? That's fine: Front Porch Cafe has a great bar with daily happy hours!
 

Art Deco Museum

To learn a bit more about the Miami Beach Art Deco District and its historic buildings, swing by the Art Deco Museum for education and fun. Guests can delve into the neighborhood's overall history and the various design styles that helped bring architectural fame to Miami Beach.
 

World Erotic Art Museum

Holding the world's largest collection of erotic art for public view, the World Erotic Art Museum brings an unusual - yet fascinatingly fitting element - to the neighborhood. Staying in line with the Miami Beach Art Deco District's progressive and off-kilter style of thinking, it seems righteous that this radical attraction is located right here in Miami Beach.
 

Miami Beach Cinematheque

The Miami Beach Cinematheque offers locals and visitors an opportunity to enjoy arthouse cinema in an environment that perfectly suits the city's artistic vibe. Located in the historic City Hall on South Beach, the cinematheque is comprised of a screening room, gallery, cafe and bookstore.

Arts & Culture Around Town

 
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