For the local and tourist alike: A South Beach Travel Guide
|This is at local fav in South Beach called Pura Vida|
|Zak The Baker|
|The Real Zak|
|The Diner in Lynwood|
|Quinoa Salad please?|
I’d take an over to 17th st aka Lincoln Rd where I would rent a couple of city bikes and cruise South Beach. The city bikes go as low as $10 the hour. If you’re looking to do something more relaxing, definitely walk to the beach on 17th and lay low.
Usually, after a nice beach day, I go straight to Spris right on Lincoln to enjoy a Margarita Pizza.
It’s too early to call it a day. I either uber or drive to Biscayne Bridge to catch the sunset. It sets so nicely here it’s quite the view.
|My actual favorite spot in all of Miami|
At this point, a good nap in your hotel room goes a long way, but if you’re a local I’d still suggest the same. The night is far from over. If you’re feeling fancy for dinner, and you want to stick to South Beach, I love to have Prime Italian, but if you want to stay within your budget then right across, you can indulge a large portion for two at Big Pink. Same view, different price.
Try not to eat too much, because right when you’re done, you’ll be heading right back to Wynwood to enjoy a few drinks and giggles at El Patio (currently my fav spot) or at this rate, any other bar that you can find at Wynwood. If South Beach is your area, Ocean Drive has a strip of bars and clubs that you can enjoy, but as a local, I’d go with Wynwood instead, because nothing says hipster like the art district.
I’ve done this itinerary so many times, I’ve lost count, but not once has the experience been the same. That’s what so special about Miami, we have just touched the tip of the iceberg or better yet one spoonful of flan, because there’s still so much left to do.