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The Top Ten Places to Visit in Miami’s Design District

on Jan 23, 2017 in Malls, Travel, Uncategorized

Miami Design District is among the most exciting places to visit in Florida. It is a creative neighborhood filled with art, architecture, great shops, and dining options. The area is home to showrooms, museums, fine art galleries, and other attractions and visitors to the neighborhood can be sure not to get bored. Here are some of the best places Robins likes to visit in Miami’s Design District.

1. Buena Vista Chocolate and Wine

When in the Design District, the Buena Vista Chocolate and Wine is an extraordinary place to tour. It is located next to Buena Vista Deli and Buena Vista Bistro. So, after enjoying a meal, visitors can stop by for mouth-watering sweet treats. The family that owns this eatery has been preparing chocolate using old French recipes for over seven generations. It is located at 4557 NE Second Avenue, Miami.

2. The Moore Building

Located in the heart of the Design District and built in 1921, the building has been serving as a furniture showroom for Moore and Sons. The building features four floors with a central atrium and arcaded spaces. On permanent display is the “Elastika,” created by Iraqi-born architect Zaha Hadid. It is located at 4040 NE 2nd Avenue, Miami.

3. Design District Art Walk

This event takes place on the second Saturday of every month at 40th Street. This gallery is not like any other you have visited before because its events occur outside and they feature a variety of antique shops, art spaces, retail stores, bars, and many others. It can be found on NE 38th, 39th, and 40th streets.

4. Gavanna

On a good night out in the Design District, the Gavanna is the perfect nightclub and hangout spot to be. It features great music, perfect lighting, and an air of freedom, making it the best place to unwind after a hectic week. It is located at 10 NE 40th Street, Miami.

5. De La Cruz Collection Contemporary Art Space

This area holds pieces from the personal collection of Carlos and Rosa de la Cruz. The space is an extension of their home and has been open for public viewing over the past 15 years. It centers on international contemporary arts, and it is located on 23 NE 41st Street, Miami.

6. The Haitian Heritage Museum

This is a not-for-profit organization committed to preserving and highlighting Haiti’s heritage and culture. Here one can enjoy creative Haitian art, literary works, films, music, and historic artifacts. It is located on 4141 NE 2nd Avenue, Suite 105C, Miami.

7. Swampspace

Launched in 2005 by artist Oliver Sanchez, Swampspace offers innovative performances and visual arts by various artists. The venue is recognized for its significant contribution to the arts because it provides unique experiences for art lovers. It is located on 3940 North Miami Avenue, Miami.

8. B Sweet Coffee Shop

This shop started as the owner’s dream. And with much perseverance, love, and dedication, it has flourished to what it is today. Here guests can relax and eat tasty food. The friendly staff will make one feel welcomed and the food is excellent. They serve breakfast, sandwiches, and salads. It is located on 20 NE, 41st Street, Miami.

9. Driade

Driade is a top-notch Italian home décor and furniture company. It is an aesthetic workshop that has facilitated innovative trends and research and has collaborated with designers. It is located on 4141 NE 2nd Avenue Suite 115.

10. The District Miami

The District Miami is located in the “restaurant row” that is within the Design District. The executive chef prepared the menu by combining local ingredients with Pan-American flavors. Visitors can begin dinner with freshly baked cheese bread and then proceed to signatures such as lobster malanga tacos, calamari, tuna tartar, etc. It is located on 190 NE 46th Street, Miami.

Many celebrities have been spotted in the Design District. Kate Hudson visited the area to celebrate at a party that was held at Chrome Hearts. Hollywood’s Elle Macpherson was seen in the Design District while attending a Miami Project celebration during Art Basel. Other celebrities who have visited include Leonardo Di Caprio, Tobey Maguire, and Lukas Hass. The three visited the WALL Lounge at a party hosted by Mr. Brainwash. Miami’s Design District is an exciting place with lots of places to visit and activities to enjoy.