Things To Do in South Beach

Things to do in south beach

Lets face it, between the beach and hundreds of different attractions the city has to offer it's impossible to not find something to do in Miami. We've narrowed down our top 5 picks of things to do in South Beach that you will never get sick of. 

Things to do in south beach

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South Pointe Park

#VIEWS is the first thing that comes to mind when one thinks of South Pointe Park. This local #hiddengem is debatably the best sunrise and sunset you will get in all of SoBe. On any given day, hop on your bike, jog, walk or whatever tickles your fancy, and make your way down to this isolated park. The view of the channel where boats go in and out of the harbor never gets old, not to mention the panorama of downtown's skyscrapers on the other side of the bridge. South Pointe is a great destination to just relax, walk along the pier, sunbathe and take that perfectly lit selfie your Instagram page was missing. 
 
1 Washington Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33139

Things to do in south beach
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Basement

Basement Miami, located on the ground floor of the newly reincarnated 1955 Seville Hotel, now known as the Miami Beach Edition, has a different take on typical club culture. Basement avoids velvet ropes and all VIP areas. This unique, modern space, literally in the downstairs basement of the hotel, has everything from a lounge and club area to a 3-lane bowling alley, and even an ice skating rink. Yes! Ice-skating rink. Basement gives us all the nostalgic vibes, spinning beats from the 90's all night long. Oh and for all you females, you won't want to miss out on ladies night Wednesdays - free bowling, ice skating & slushies starting at 9pm! Lastly, before leaving the club, don't forget to get all your friends together for a picture at the photobooth... Because who doesn't love a photobooth?! 
 
2901 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33139
786-257-4600
 Things to do in south beach

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Espanola Way

Tired of the overpopulated and overpriced Ocean Drive strip? A simple two block walk away, you can find yourself in one of the most enchanting cobble stone streets in Miami. Española Way is architecturally stunning, always vibrant and has some of the best restaurants this city has to offer with their always excellent service. This iconic 2 block street offers the best of Cuban, Italian, Spanish, Brazilian and Mexican cuisine. The occasional live music, samba dancers, chanting Italians and beautiful outside seating (perfect for people watching) make the street come alive every day and night. If you want to feel the Latin/European life of Miami, Española Way always delivers. 
 
Espanola Way and Washington Ave
Miami Beach, Florida
305-604-9060

Things to do in south beach

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Regent Cocktail Club @ Gale Hotel

The Regent Cocktail Club at the lovely Gale Hotel is a sophisticated looking cocktail bar and lounge, yet still an approachable atmosphere for locals and tourists alike. This dark, candlelit joint with its retro art deco design, gives off an amazing 1930's vibe that makes you feel like you went back in time. The Regent Cocktail Club made our list of go-to's in South Beach for it's outstanding nightly live music that's always on point. If you want classic drinks and crafted cocktails while listening to piano, old-school vocals, live jazz or even enjoy smoking cigars on the patio then this is your place. 
 
1690 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33139
786-975-2550
 Things to do in south beach

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Clevelander

Good food, good views, and good vibes, is the perfect equation for unforgettable memories, easily experienced in the South Beach's world famous Clevelander. This spot is more than just a sports bar, from live DJs, go-go dancers, and football watch parties, to fire dancers and pool parties, there is never a dull moment at this day to night party. 
1020 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach,FL 33139
877-552-4005

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Camila Cavaglieri - From Orange County, CA, this Miami newbie thrives off this cities energy and culture. A music, fashion and culinary enthusiasts who spends her days and nights exploring all things Miami has to offer