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Things to do on Lincoln road
Lincoln Road is so much more than just a pedestrian shopping and dining destination. There is always something going on at this road at all hours of the day. Try something new and check out our top 5 things to do next time you're strolling down South Beach's crown jewel.

Yoga Flow

Listen up yogies: Get your weekly yoga class in for free now down Lincoln Road now! Every Wednesday at 6 p.m. and every Sunday at 10 a.m. join Warrior Flow's founder Adrian Molina for Warrior Flow Miami Community Yoga class. 
This is not your typical yoga class. Besides DJ Cisco spinning tunes throughout the entire class, every week prior to the yoga flow, they invite a wellness and fitness influencer to showcase different movement disciplines, including strength training, mobility, pilates, boxing and more! The mobility warm-up usually lasts between 10 and 15 minutes. 
They welcome everyone of all skill levels, including children under supervision of their parents and well-behaved pets. Community Yoga encourages you bring your own mat, a towel, a bottle of water and as many friends as you can! 
700 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach 33139

Colony Theatre

One of South Florida’s most popular entertainment venues, the Colony Theatre, is one of the best Arts nights in SoBe. Its impressive art deco design makes it one of the crown jewels of Miami Beach. The theatre hosts an exciting array of events, including music, dance, opera, film festivals, comedy acts, and theatre performances, like Count Dracula, Alma dance theatre, Jazz Festival specials and the Miami Gay and Lesbian Film Festival every March.
1040 Lincoln Rd,
Miami Beach, FL 33139

The Green Market

Farmer's market in the middle of Lincoln Road. Better believe it. What a great way to support your community by purchasing from local vendors. Lincoln Road Farmer's Market is a collection of 8-12 stands with the freshest fruit and veggies in Miami! It starts a couple blocks down from Collins and is scattered along both sides of Lincoln.
Besides local produce, food and drink, there are even a few clothes and home decor to check out too. Even if you don't want to spend a lot of money, it's just nice to get outside and explore some options. Arepas are delicious, coconut water quenches your thirst and acai bowls are a perfect light snack!  Take home some honey or local fruit and veggies for later!
The green market  features fruits, vegetables, fresh cut flowers, plants and other items, such as bread, honey, jams and jellies. The market takes place every Sunday from 9 am to 6pm, year round.
Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, FL 33139

Yappy Hour

Every 3rd Thursday of every month, you and your best friend are invited to "Yappy Hour" on Lincoln Road sponsored by The Dog Bar. 
Come mingle with pets and their owners while spoiling your dog with free treats from Plato Pet Treats, dog food samples from N&D Farmina and a special obedience demo from a K-9 Specialist. 
All dogs & puppies welcome!  
1684 Jefferson Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33139

D'vine Hookah Lounge

Take a trip to the first hookah lounge in South Florida where everything is done right! D'vine Hookah Lounge is open 365 days a year, from 10am to 3am. You won't find any other spot in the area that offers more than 65 hookah tobacco unique flavors like jell-O, caramel, tutti fruiti, mint chocolate chip, cream soda, and apple blossom. You can also choose a fruit head like apple, orange, cantaloupe, pineapple or a fruit base of watermelon, pineapple or honey dew. Lastly, take your hookah to the next level by putting wine, beer, milk, juice, vodka or rum inside! Worth every dime! 
445 Lincoln Rd
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
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photo courtesy @ Lincold Road Mall

Camila Cavaglieri

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

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