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SHOP­PING CEN­TERS 1111 LIN­COLN ROAD Don’t mis­take this ar­chi­tec­tural gem de­signed by Pritzker Prize-win­ning ar­chi­tects Herzog & de Meu­ron as just an­other park­ing garage. This shop­ping des­ti­na­tion en­com­passes up­scale bou­tiques with floor-to- ceil­ing win­dows next to wa­ter gar­dens and a Dan Gra­ham- de­signed re­flec­tive glass pav­il­ion. 1111 Lin­coln Road, Mi­ami Beach, 305.538.9320. AVEN­TURA MALL Mi­ami’s premier fash­ion des­ti­na­tion and one of Amer­ica’s most vis­ited shop­ping cen­ters, Aven­tura Mall fea­tures a col­lec­tion of up­scale bou­tiques and more than 300 of the world’s most rec­og­nized re­tail­ers. An­chored by Bloom­ing­dale’s, Nord­strom and Macy’s, the cen­ter in­cludes lux­ury re­tail­ers Givenchy, Gucci, Louis Vuit­ton and more. There’s also a dozen restau­rants, an in­ter­ac­tive play­ground and a 24-screen movie the­atre with IMAX. M-Sa 10 am-9:30 pm, Su noon- 8 pm. 19501 Biscayne Blvd., Aven­tura, 305.935.1110. BAL HAR­BOUR SHOPS Known world­wide for its am­bi­ence and lux­ury, this two-story, open-air lux­ury cen­ter of­fers shop­pers a trop­i­cal set­ting with gar­dens and out­door cafes. Bal Har­bour Shops are home to some of the world’s finest stores in­clud­ing Neiman Mar­cus, Saks Fifth Av­enue, Bri­oni, Chanel, Diane von Fursten­berg, David Yur­man, Prada, Gucci, Jimmy Choo, Tourneau and Ver­sace. Af­ter a day of shop­ping, en­joy an al-fresco meal at one of six restau­rants. M-Sa 10 am-9 pm and Su noon- 6 pm. 9700 Collins Ave., Bal Har­bour, 305.866.0311. BAY­SIDE MAR­KET­PLACE A unique waterfront re­tail and en­ter­tain­ment com­plex of­fer­ing more than 130 shops and restau­rants, from Brook­stone, the Dis­ney Store and Vic­to­ria’s Se­cret to Bubba Gump Shrimp, The Knife and the Hard Rock Café. Bay­side also hosts daily mu­sic con­certs and sight­see­ing cruises de­part from its ma­rina. M-Th 10 am-10 pm, Fr-Sa 10 am-11 pm, Su 11 am-9 pm. 401 Biscayne Blvd., Down­town Mi­ami, 305.577.3344. BRICK­ELL CITY CEN­TRE This bil­lion- dol­lar project is Mi­ami’s premier re­tail des­ti­na­tion, of­fer­ing the largest col­lec­tion of de­sign bou­tiques and lux­ury brands. With half a mil­lion square-feet of fash­ion, din­ing and en­ter­tain­ment an­chored by a 107,000-square­foot Saks Fifth Av­enue, Ital­ian Food Hall and lux­ury dine-in cin­ema from Cine­mex, you can shop and play all day. M-Sa 10 am-9:30 pm and Su noon-7 pm. 701 S. Mi­ami Ave., Mi­ami, 305.371.6888. CI­TYPLACE This mixed-use shop­ping mecca has be­come the heart of West Palm Beach. With movie the­aters, restau­rants and bars such as Blue Mar­tini and B. B. King’s Blues Club, it’s a per­fect place to hang out. There’s plenty of shop­ping, too— Macy’s, Ba­nana Repub­lic, Chico’s, White House/Black Mar­ket, Gym­boree, An­thro­polo­gie, Lucky Brand Jeans and Ar­mani Ex­change are among the re­tail­ers with lo­ca­tions here. 700 S. Rose­mary Ave., West Palm Beach, 561.366.1000. COCOWALK Lo­cated in the heart of Co­conut Grove, CocoWalk is a charm­ing mall care­fully de­signed to blend seam­lessly into the lush sur­round­ings of the Grove, a bay side boat­ing vil­lage. Here the streets are lined with fash­ion re­tail­ers (Gap, Maui Nix and Vic­to­ria’s Se­cret) and indie bou­tiques, fine din­ing and cafés, live mu­sic rang­ing from jazz to Latin fu­sion and a 14 screen lux­ury Paragon movie theater. Open seven days a week from

10 am-10 pm. 3015 Grand Ave., Co­conut Grove, 305.444.0777. DADE­LAND MALL This mall has set the South Florida shop­ping stan­dard for more than 30 years, an­chored by the largest Macy’s in Florida, as well as Macy*s Home Gallery & Kids. It also of­fers an­chor stores Saks Fifth Av­enue and Nord­strom, as well as spe­cialty stores and nu­mer­ous restau­rants at the new Ter­race Din­ing devel­op­ment. A chic new wing houses an en­vi­able group of stores in­clud­ing BOSS Hugo Boss, Mi­crosoft and Tesla. M-Sa 10 am-9:30 pm, Su noon-7 pm. 7535 N. Ken­dall Drive, Ken­dall, 305.665.6227. DOL­PHIN MALL Dol­phin Mall brings to­gether more than 240 fash­ion­able, fam­ily-friendly value- ori­ented re­tail­ers, ca­sual and fine din­ing restau­rants, a movie theater and bowl­ing al­ley. Find the lat­est trends in men’s and women’s ap­parel, sport­ing goods, shoes and accessories, from well-known brands in­clud­ing Ar­mani Ex­change, Calvin Klein, Bloom­ing­dale’sThe Out­let Store, Neiman Mar­cus Last Call, Saks Fifth Av­enue OFF 5TH and more. M-Sa 10 am-9:30 pm, Su 11 am- 8 pm. 11401 NW 12th St., Mi­ami, 305.365.7446. THE FALLS SHOP­PING CEN­TER One of the most pic­turesque open-air shop­ping cen­ters, The Falls is a beau­ti­ful and unique prop­erty fea­tur­ing Bloom­ing­dale’s, Macy’s, Amer­i­can Girl, Michael Kors, BCBGMAXAZRIA and more than 100 stores and restau­rants as well as a Re­gal Cin­ema and The Fresh Mar­ket. Stroll the first level’s cov­ered walk­ways sur­rounded by a mil­lion- gal­lon wa­ter­scape and lush trop­i­cal fo­liage, and en­joy a mix of shop­ping, din­ing and en­ter­tain­ment choices in an un­par­al­leled set­ting. Open M-Sa 10 am-9 pm, Su noon-7 pm. 8888 SW 136th St., Mi­ami, 305.255.4571. FLORIDA KEYS OUT­LET CEN­TER Con­ve­niently lo­cated off the Florida Turn­pike and U. S. 1 on the only route to the Florida Keys, this open-air mallof­fers brand-name out­let stores and a food court. Pop­u­lar re­tail­ers in­clude Nike, Adi­das, Con­verse, coach, Carter, Gym­boree, Levi’s and more. 250 E. Palm Drive, Florida City, 305.248.4727. THE GAL­LE­RIA AT FORT LAUD­ERDALE An­chored by Dil­lard’s, Macy’s and Neiman Mar­cus, The Gal­le­ria is the largest and most up­scale mall in Broward County. It is home to fash­ion re­tail­ers Neiman Mar­cus, Macy’s and Dil­lard’s as well as pop­u­lar shops Ap­ple, Cole Haan and J. Crew, and an El­iz­a­beth Ar­den Spa. The din­ing choices are tough to beat, too— choose from The Cap­i­tal Grille, P. F. Chang’s, Sea­sons 52, Tru­luck’s or Blue Mar­tini. M-Sa 10 am-9 pm, Su noon- 6 pm. 2414 E. Sun­rise Blvd., 954.564.1015. THE GAR­DENS MALL From “A” (the Ap­ple Store) to “Z” (for Zales), The Gar­dens Mall is home to just about any re­tailer you’d care to visit. Saks Fifth Av­enue, Bloom­ing­dale’s, Sears, Nord­strom and Macy’s are the ma­jor de­part­ment stores, while Brooks Broth­ers, Wil­liams-Sonoma, Tourneau, and Sony Style are among the oth­ers you’ll find. 3101 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gar­dens, 561.622.2115. MI­AMI IN­TER­NA­TIONAL MALL Got kids in tow? Take them to the Si­mon Kidg­its Korner play area be­fore you shop among spe­cialty stores in­clud­ing Hol­lis­ter, Guess, Nine West, Ann Tay­lor Loft, Bebe, For­ever 21 and Vic­to­ria’s Se­cret Beauty. Five de­part­ment stores serve as an­chors: Macy’s The Women’s and Kid’s Store, Macy’s Men’s and Home, Dil­lard’s, JCPen­ney and Sears. Later, dine at one of 22 eater­ies. M-Sa 10 am-9 pm, Su 11 am-7 pm. 1455 NW 107th Ave., Mi­ami, 305.593.1775. PALM BEACH OUT­LETS Palm Beach Out­lets is your per­fect shop­ping des­ti­na­tion with sav­ings of up to 70% at over 100 out­lets in­clud­ing Saks Fifth Av­enue OFF 5TH, Nike Fac­tory Store, Vera Bradley, Tommy Hil­figer Kids, Cole Haan, Gap Fac­tory Out­let and more. Mar­ket­place at the Out­lets fea­tures 20 ad­di­tional stores in­clud­ing Nord­strom Rack. 1751 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd., West Palm Beach, 561.515.4400. SAW­GRASS MILLS This huge out­let mall is said to be the No. 2 tourist at­trac­tion in Florida, af­ter only Walt Dis­ney World. Leg­end has it that air­lines have been forced to send ex­tra planes back to Latin Amer­ica to ac­com­mo­date all the pur­chases made at Saw­grass Mills. From Burberry, Brooks Broth­ers and Calvin Klein to Nord­strom, Neiman Mar­cus and Saks, all of the big names are rep­re­sented here. Eat at the mega-mall’s restau­rants or see a movie at the 23-screen cin­ema. M-Sa 10 am-9:30 pm, Su 11 am- 8 pm. 12801 W. Sun­rise Blvd., Sun­rise, 954.846.2300. THE SHOPS AT MARY BRICK­ELL VIL­LAGE The first mall to open in the Brick­ell Mi­ami neigh­bor­hood, Mary Brick­ell Vil­lage, is sep­a­rated into two plazas set amid tow­er­ing oak and ma­hogany trees. Find ev­ery­thing you need, from gro­ceries and cigars to cloth­ing, accessories and jew­elry. The Shops at Mary Brick­ell Vil­lage aren’t just for shop­ping; don’t for­get to take a break and check out their ex­ten­sive se­lec­tion of restau­rants. 901 S. Mi­ami Ave., Mi­ami, 305.381.6130. SHOPS AT MER­RICK PARK World-renowned lux­ury re­tail­ers and award-win­ning restau­rants clus­tered around a breath­tak­ing ur­ban gar­den cre­ate an un­prece­dented shop­ping ex­pe­ri­ence here. Re­tail­ers in­clude Neiman Mar­cus, Nord­strom, Gucci, Canali, Jimmy Choo, Diane von Fursten­berg, Tif­fany & Co. and Elemis Day Spa. Take in a movie at Land­mark Theater or dine at Mari­posa at Neiman Mar­cus, Sawa, Vil­la­gio or Yard House. Open M-Sa 10 am-9 pm, Su noon- 6 pm. 358 San Lorenzo Ave., Co­ral Gables, 305.529.0200. THE SHOPS AT MID­TOWN MI­AMI Shop till you drop at the Nord­strom Rack, West Elm, Tar­get, Guess Fac­tory Store and HomeGoods at this shop­ping cen­ter lo­cated near Wyn­wood’s Art Dis­trict, just min­utes from down­town, Mi­ami Beach and Mi­ami In­ter­na­tional Air­port. Shops at Mid­town Mi­ami fea­tures a blend of value re­tail, life­style stores as well a num­ber of beauty sa­lons, ca­sual restau­rants and bars. Open M-Sa 10 am-9 pm, Su noon- 6 pm. 3401 N. Mi­ami Ave., Mi­ami 305.573.3371. THE SHOPS AT SUN­SET PLACE This pop­u­lar mall in South Mi­ami, across from the Uni­ver­sity of Mi­ami cam­pus boasts three lev­els of stores, restau­rants, Ga­me­Time, L. A. Fit­ness and an AMC movie theater with an IMAX Theater. En­joy ex­clu­sive re­tail­ers such as Pot­tery Barn, Ar­mani Ex­change, Ba­nana Repub­lic and more. Restau­rants in­clude Johnny Rockets, Buf­falo Wild Wings and Splitsville Lux­ury Lanes & Din­ner Lounge. M-Th 10 am-9 pm, Fr-Sa 10 am-10 pm, Su 11 am- 8 pm. 5701 Sun­set Drive, South Mi­ami, 305.663.0482.

TOWN CEN­TER AT BOCA RA­TON One of South Florida’s top Lux­ury shop­ping desti­na­tions, this mall fea­tures an im­pres­sive lineup of six de­part­ment stores— Neiman Mar­cus, Saks Fifth Av­enue, Nord­strom, Macy’s, Bloom­ing­dale’s and Sears— plus, spe­cialty shops that draws shop­pers through­out Palm Beach and Fort Laud­erdale. Among the 220 stores at Town Cen­ter, you’ll find The Ap­ple store, Tif­fany & Co., Louis Vuit­ton, Tory Burch, Lilly Pulitzer and many more. 6000 Glades Road, Boca Ra­ton, 561.368.6000. AP­PAREL & ACCESSORIES BIKINI BRASIL Mi­ami Beach’s one-stop­shop for trendy swimwear fea­tures charm­ing biki­nis from up-and- coom­ing de­sign­ers in Brazil. Find the much sought-af­ter thong and scrunch bot­toms here. The store also of­fers mix and match styles and sizes for end­less com­bi­na­tions. Open seven days a week. 402 14th St., Mi­ami Beach, 305.695.7979. CAPRETTO SHOES This ritzy shoe boutique in South Mi­ami, across from the Uni­ver­sity of Mi­ami cam­pus, would make Car­rie Brad­shaw melt. One of the few spe­cialty stores in the country, Capretto spe­cial­izes in high- end de­sign­ers like Saint Lau­rent, Ba­len­ci­aga, Valentino and much more. 5822 Sun­set Drive, Mi­ami, 305.661.7767. DASH Kim, Kourtney and Khloe Kar­dashian opened the first out­post of DASH, their star-stud­ded fash­ion boutique con­cept, in Cal­abasas, Cal­i­for­nia in 2006. DASH’s range of chic Amer­i­can de­sign­ers and must have prize accessories have helped se­cure the boutique’s rep­u­ta­tion as a one-stop shop­ping des­ti­na­tion. 668 Collins Ave., Mi­ami Beach, 305.531.8484. GIVENCHY Dis­cover the world of French lux­ury fash­ion at Givenchy, now at the Aven­tura Mall. De­signed with the el­e­gance and style as the high fash­ion Paris flag­ship store, the boutique pays homage to the boxes in which Hu­bert de Givenchy used to de­liver his haute cou­ture dresses. The de­signer and ready-to-wear col­lec­tions are pre­sented in half- closed black lac­quered boxes. M-Sa 10 am-9:30 pm; Su noon- 8 pm. 19501 Biscayne Blvd., Aven­tura, 305.682.9773. GRIFS WESTERN If you thought South Florida was all about beaches and Fer­raris, check out this cow­boy heaven (although Grifs caters to cow­girls and cowkids, too). Whether you’re look­ing for Wran­glers or a Stet­son, Grifs stocks it. There are more than 10,000 boots, hats, shirts, jeans, sad­dles and racks on dis­play, plus a com­plete English rid­ing de­part­ment. Grifs car­ries brands such as Luc­ch­ese, Laredo, Roper and Mon­tana. 6211 Or­ange Drive, Davie, 954.587.9000. INTERMIX Women de­pend on this ever- chang­ing boutique to find the lat­est big name and up-and- com­ing de­signer ap­parel. Its amaz­ing se­lec­tion of em­bel­lished biki­nis, tights, leg­gings, hair accessories, jew­elry and shoes add to the “mix” of Chloe, Mis­soni, Moschino and Mint la­bels, to name a few. 634 Collins Ave., Mi­ami Beach, 305.531.5950; 9700 Collins Ave., Bal Har­bour, 305.993.1232; 701 S. Mi­ami Ave., Mi­ami, 786.837.0506; 6000 Glades Road, Boca Ra­ton, 561.393.6942. KRUZIN FOOTWEAR De­vel­oped in Taipei. De­signed in Mi­ami by Cre­ative Di­rec­tor and sneaker queen Alessandra Gold. Step into style with ul­tra-hip, lux­ury and ath­letic sneak­ers that add edge and com­fort to any wardrobe. 1602 Wash­ing­ton Ave., Mi­ami Beach, 305.397.8427. MVM MI­AMI Owned by Melissa Mosheim, MVM Mi­ami is a fash­ion for­ward women’s boutique for the edgy fash­ion­ista (think NYC Soho-style). The ma­jor­ity of the lines in MVM Mi­ami come from New York and Los Angeles as well as lo­cal de­sign­ers. Per­sonal shop­ping avail­able. M-Sa 11 am-7pm; Su noon- 6 pm. 2119 NW Sec­ond Ave., Mi­ami, 954.606.0964. PEACE LOVE WORLD Peace Love World is the brain­child of founder and de­signer Alina Vil­las­ante, a Cuban-born, Mi­ami cloth­ing de­signer who signs her name with peace, love and hap­pi­ness sym­bols. The mis­sion of this Mi­ami-based de­sign house is to spread peace, love and hap­pi­ness ev­ery­where pos­si­ble and to do so in an en­vi­ron­men­tally- con­scious way that shows how much they love each other and the world in which they live. 225 Mir­a­cle Mile, Co­ral Gables, 305.444.5120 ; 7700 NW 56 St., Do­ral, 786.522.4390 ; 12801 West Sun­rise Blvd., Sun­rise. PORSCHE DE­SIGN Known for over 40 years of iconic style, Porsche De­sign is one of the lead­ing lux­ury brands in the high- end men’s accessories seg­ment. Its style is tech­ni­cally in­spired and purist, fea­tur­ing prod­ucts such as high- end time­pieces and eye­wear, which are crafted by com­bin­ing func­tional time­less de­sign with tech­ni­cal in­no­va­tion. 19501 Biscayne Blvd., Aven­tura, 305.792.0091; 6000 Glades Road, Boca Ra­ton, 561.391.0790; 7535 N. Ken­dall Drive, Mi­ami, 305.665.3777; 701 S. Mi­ami Ave., Mi­ami, 305.579.0250. RA­MONA LARUE Time­less fash­ion brand from Co­conut Grove na­tive Ari­anne Brown. With its bo­hemian roots in­tact, this whim­si­cal fash­ion line has grown to im­pres­sive heights over the years. Find at her bou­tiques world­wide, bold prints in hand-painted col­or­ful de­signs with sil­hou­ettes that beau­ti­fully com­pli­ment a woman’s body of all shapes and sizes. 3400 N. Mid­town Ave., Mi­ami, 305.456.8191; 3444 Main High­way, Mi­ami, 786.564.52863013 Yam­ato Road, Boca Ra­ton, 561.409.3562 530 E. At­lantic Ave., Del­ray Beach, 786.564.5206. SAINT LAU­RENT Founded in 1961, Saint Lau­rent is one of the world’s most prom­i­nent fash­ion houses. The iconic brand re­cently opened its sec­ond Mi­ami boutique at the chic De­sign Dis­trict neigh­bor­hood where so­phis­ti­cated shop­pers can find the full range of women’s and men’s ready-to-wear prod­ucts, leather goods, shoes and jew­elry. M-Sa 11 am- 8 pm; Su noon- 6 pm. 149 NE 40th St., Mi­ami, 305.704.4144; 9700 Collins Ave., Bal Har­bour, 305.868.4424. SUIT­SUP­PLY Find col­or­ful suits, shirts pants and accessories at Suit­sup­ply, an Am­s­ter­dam-based menswear re­tailer. Lo­cated in the pent­house level, you can re­lax in be­tween shop­ping and en­joy the view of Lin­coln Road from the rooftop ter­race, out­door seat­ing and a cof­fee and beer bar. On­site tailor on the premises. 1000 17th St., Mi­ami Beach, 305.349.3941. TED BAKER LONDON Look like a world trav­eler with threads from Ted Baker London. Known for pair­ing fash­ion with a bit of Bri­tish mis­chief, the line of­fers menswear, women’s ap­parel, accessories and ev­ery­thing in be­tween. 19575 Biscayne Blvd., Aven­tura, 305.466.9099; 1111 Lin­coln Road, Mi­ami Beach, 305.695.0590; 701 S. Mi­ami Ave., Mi­ami, 786.725.3748; 1840

Saw­grass Mills Cir­cle, Sun­rise, 954.838.0145. AU­TO­MO­TIVE AUTO CRAZE Lo­cated in down­town Mi­ami, Auto Craze is a place to go for your au­to­mo­tive needs. Its up­beat and high- oc­tane dé­cor will en­tice you to browse through its aisles, which dis­play mer­chan­dise from such brands as Sparco, Simp­son, Omp, Dainese, Bell, Arai, Shoei, Eibach Springs, Troy Lee De­signs, Koni and Dun­lop. Ev­ery­thing for the track bike en­thu­si­ast, mo­tocross and kart­ing is also avail­able. 121 SE First Ave., #40, Mi­ami, 305.358.9021. BOOKS BOOKS & BOOKS This indie book­store, a fa­vorite among lo­cals, of­fers an eclec­tic mix of books, café/wine bar and newsstand. Spe­cial events in­clude read­ing groups, po­etry read­ings and au­thor sign­ings. are also a part of this cul­ture. 265 Aragon Ave., Co­ral Gables, 305.442.4408; 927 Lin­coln Road, Mi­ami Beach, 305.532.3222; Bal Har­bour Shops, 9700 Collins Ave., 305.864.4241. THE BOOK­STORE IN THE GROVE Started with the vi­sion of cre­at­ing a cul­tural cen­ter for the Co­conut Grove neigh­bor­hood, this book­store has ex­panded to more than books. They host lo­cal au­thor nights, book sign­ings, book club mee­tups and of­fer all- day break­fast, bak­ery items and sand­wiches from its or­ganic kitchen café. Open M-Th 7 am- 8 pm, Fr-Sa 7 am-9 pm, Su 8 am- 8 pm. 3390 Mary St. #166, Co­conut Grove, 305.443.2855. BRIDAL CHERNAYA BRIDAL HOUSE Chernaya is a by ap­point­ment- only, lux­ury bridal sa­lon in Mi­ami’s De­sign Dis­trict, fea­tur­ing renowned de­sign­ers such as March­esa, An­gel Sanchez, Pamella Roland, Elie Saab and more. The boutique of­fers a unique and per­son­al­ized ex­pe­ri­ence, master­ful seam­stresses, mu­sic and light­ing for the best fit­tings. 4100 NE 2nd Ave., Ste. 305, Mi­ami, 305.576.6000. CHIC PARISIEN This renowned bridal boutique, owned by Cather­ine Fox Mil­ian and open since 1969, of­fers a se­lec­tion of wed­ding gowns from lead­ing de­sign­ers. The store also fea­tures mother- of-the-bride, spe­cial oc­ca­sion and flower girl dresses, mak­ing it the per­fect spot to find that spe­cial dress. Call for an ap­point­ment or stop by to browse for the dress of your dreams. 3308 Ponce De Leon Blvd., Co­ral Gables, 305.448.5756. DAISY TARSI Daisy Tarsi is in­ter­na­tion­ally known as one of the top bridal desti­na­tions in the country. With an ex­em­plary as­sort­ment of bridal- gown de­sign­ers us­ing the finest fab­rics, trims, flow­ers and hand em­broi­deries for all of their unique cre­ations. The boutique also of­fers one of the largest se­lec­tions of de­signer brides­maid dresses. Accessories such as de­signer tiaras and shoes also are avail­able. Open M and Sa, 11 am-5 pm; Tu- Fr 11 am- 6 pm. 311 Mir­a­cle Mile, Co­ral Gables, 305.441.6796. J. DEL OLMO BRIDAL GALLERY Pro­vides the finest in bridal and evening wear. This father and daugh­ter- owned busi­ness of­fers cus­tom cou­ture cloth­ing and ready-to-wear, as well as spe­cially im­ported fab­rics, gowns and bridal accessories from Europe. The shop also in­cludes an ar­ray of cloth­ing for mother- of-the­bride/groom, brides­maids, quincean­era, flower girl and prom dresses. 322 Mir­a­cle Mile, Co­ral Gables, 305.448.3599.

AVEN­TURA BOUR­BON STEAK Amer­i­can A con­tem­po­rary Amer­i­can steak­house, Bour­bon Steak gives guests the chance to sam­ple celebrity chef Michael Mina’s culi­nary style. High­lights in­clude premier cuts of prime beef fin­ished over a wood-burn­ing grill, lob­ster pot pie and beignets. Open nightly for din­ner. The Fairmont Turn­berry Isle, 19999 W. Country Club Drive, Aven­tura, 786.279.6600. COR­SAIR Mediter­ranean Celebrity chef Scott Co­nant has cre­ated a rus­tic meal of farm­house spe­cial­i­ties, in­clud­ing scal­lop crudo, roasted eg­g­plant, lo­cal snap­per, slow-roasted sir­loin and other delicious, hearty plates. 19999 W. Country Club Drive, Aven­tura, 786.279.6800. BAL HAR­BOUR LE ZOO

French Le Zoo, a French brasserie in the Bal Har­bour Shops com­bines the French spirit with Mi­ami’s trop­i­cal fla­vors. The menu fea­tures clas­sic bistro fare, in­clud­ing steak frites and trout aman­dine and the clas­sic fla­vors of French cui­sine in­clud­ing steak tartare and duck con­fit. 9700 Collins Ave. #135, Mi­ami Beach, 305.602.9663.

Amer­i­canSANTA FE Lo­cat­edNEWS & on ESPRESSOthe sec­ond floor of Bal Har­bour Shops and also at Brick­ell City Cen­tre, Santa Fe is a feel- good spot to en­joy a rich espresso with your fa­vorite in­ter­na­tional news­pa­per. En­joy a unique in­ter­na­tional menu fea­tur­ing delicious hot meals, pizza and hearts of palm salad. 9700 Collins Ave., Bal Har­bour, 305.861.0938. ; 701 S. Mi­ami Ave., Mi­ami, 786.254.5713. CO­CONUT GROVE GREENSTREET CAFE Amer­i­can A pop­u­lar cor­ner spot in the Grove, it serves break­fast, of­fers din­ing all day and has an out­door lounge. Greenstreet Cafe is a true bea­con in Co­conut Grove nightlife, with hugely pop­u­lar nights like Whiskey Wed­nes­day’s, this cafe wel­comes and en­ter­tains all va­ri­eties of Mi­ami na­tives and new­bies. 3468 Main High­way, Co­conut Grove, 305.444.0244. MONTY’S RAW BAR

Seafood Monty’s brings fresh seafood, live en­ter­tain­ment and din­ing while over­look­ing the wa­ter. Happy hour is 4- 8 pm (M- F) with live mu­sic nightly and a DJ on week­ends. Stone crabs all year. Lunch and din­ner served daily 11:30 am-11 pm and F-Sa un­til 1 am. Ma­jor credit cards ac­cepted. 2550 S. Bayshore Dr., Co­conut Grove, 305.856.3992 Map 1 C-9;

300 Al­ton Rd., Mi­ami Beach Ma­rina, 305.672.1148. CO­RAL GABLES PALME D’OR French Palme d’Or fea­tures French cui­sine in a posh at­mos­phere at the world-fa­mous and his­toric Bilt­more Ho­tel. Chef Philippe Ruiz presents dishes such as their lob­ster bisque, a house spe­cialty. Palme d’Or is rec­og­nized by Za­gat as one of the best French restau­rants in the country. 1200 Anas­ta­sia Ave., Co­ral Gables, 305.913.3201. SWINE SOUTH­ERN TA­BLE AND BAR

Amer­i­can Dubbed as the house of wor­ship for the hog, Swine is all about clas­sic South­ern cook­ing, cul­ture and hos­pi­tal­ity with a side of whiskey. Snack on the dev­iled eggs, try the crispy pork cae­sar salad or the low and slow ribs for sup­per. Open seven days a week, it of­fers brunch from 10 am - 4 pm M- Fr and happy hour from 4-7 pm M- Fr. 2415 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Co­ral Gables, 786.360.6433. DE­SIGN DIS­TRICT MICHAEL’S GEN­UINE FOOD AND DRINK Amer­i­can One of south Florida’s beloved chefs, Michael Schwartz, show­cases his trade­mark New Amer­i­can cui­sine at the epony­mous restau­rant fea­tur­ing lo-

cally-sourced prod­ucts. Michael’s is known for its small plates at af­ford­able prices as well as in­ven­tive hand- crafted cock­tails. 130 NE 40th St., 305.573.5550. FORT LAUD­ERDALE 15TH ST. FISH­ERIES Seafood Dine on the out­side deck. Or­der up the sig­na­ture siz­zling seafood plat­ter, se­lec­tions from the raw bar, or a lus­cious lob­ster roll and en­joy the ever- chang­ing view on the In­tra­coastal. 1900 SE 15th St., Fort Laud­erdale, 954.763.2777. CASA D’AN­GELO

Ital­ian Ex­cel­lent Ital­ian food in a strip mall lo­ca­tion. Tus­can en­trees with South­ern ac­cents un­der the di­rec­tion of Chef An­gelo Elia. Fresh­est and finest prod­ucts avail­able. Za­gat-rated as one of the best Ital­ian restau­rants in Florida. 1201 N. Fed­eral High­way, Fort Laud­erdale, 954.564.1234. TAP 42 Amer­i­can Tap 42 is a com­bi­na­tion of a sports bar meets gas­tropub. A lo­cal fa­vorite for burg­ers and beers, it of­fers 50-plus craft brews on tap and bot­tom­less brunch on Satur­day and Sun­day. 1411 S. An­drews Ave., Fort Laud­erdale, 954.463.4900; 5050 Town Cen­ter Cir­cle, Boca Ra­ton, 561.235.5819; 301 Gi­ralda Ave., Co­ral Gables, 786.391.1556.

HOL­LY­WOOD BILLY’S STONE CRABS Seafood Now in its fourth decade, Billy’s Stone Crab Restau­rant and Mar­ket is a South Florida in­sti­tu­tion. Spe­cial­ties in­clude stone crab claws, Florida lob­ster, fresh Florida fish, steaks and chicken. 400 N Ocean Drive, Hol­ly­wood, 954.923.2300. MAR­GAR­I­TAVILLE RE­SORT RESTAU­RANTS

Amer­i­can Find a va­ri­ety of unique bars and restau­rants at this all-new beach re­sort lo­cated on the Hol­ly­wood Beach Broad­walk. Raise a glass and toast to the re­sort’s spec­tac­u­lar col­lec­tion of venues, in­clud­ing JWB Prime Steak & Seafood, Jimmy Buf­fett’s Mar­gar­i­taville, LandShark Bar & Grill, 5 o’ Clock Some­where Bar & Grill, Lone Palm Beach Bar and Flori­days Airstream Cafe. 1111 North Ocean Drive, Hol­ly­wood, 954.874.4444. MI­AMI AL­TER New Amer­i­can Since its open­ing, Al­ter in the artsy Wyn­wood neigh­bor­hood has been rak­ing in the ac­co­lades, in­clud­ing nom­i­na­tions from the pres­ti­gious James Beard Foun­da­tion. Choose from a five- course or seven- course din­ner menu. D ( Tu-Su), 7 pm-11 pm. 223 NW 23rd St., Mi­ami, 305.573.5996. GAR­CIA’S SEAFOOD GRILLE & FISH MAR­KET Seafood This spot is one of Mi­ami’s best-kept se­crets. Fresh seafood is made to per­fec­tion by many dif­fer­ent meth­ods, in­clud­ing black­ened, fried or sautéed. The Cuban- Caribbean cui­sine also fea­tures Gar­cia old-fam­ily recipes such as grouper chow­der and conch frit­ters. M-Th 11 am-10 pm; Fr-Sa 11 am-11 pm; Su 11 am-9 pm. 398 NW N. River Drive, Mi­ami, 305.375.0765. KYU Asian The Wyn­wood fa­vorite with a pen­chant for Asian

wood-fire spe­cial­ties of­fers delicious, share­able dishes of pork belly and soft shell crab, korean fried chicken and wagyu beef brisket. L, D and happy hour too. 251 Nw 25th St. Mi­ami, 786.577.0150. LA MAR

Peru­vian Lux­u­ri­ous fine din­ing can be found at La Mar by Gas­ton Acu­rio. Din­ers will get the chance to ex­plore the au­then­tic and di­verse fla­vors of Peru­vian gas­trono from ac­claimed res­tau­ra­teur Gas­ton Acu­rio and Peru­vian-born ex­ec­u­tive chef Diego Oka. Try one of the 15 ce­viche dishes avail­able from the Ce­biche bar or Peru­vian street food from the An­tic­u­chos bar. D daily. 500 Brick­ell Key Drive, Mi­ami, 305.913.8358. OLD LIS­BON Por­tuguese An old-world am­biance adds to this restau­rant’s se­lec­tion of fine cui­sine. Also fea­tures an ex­ten­sive wine list; par­take in a glass of port wine from one of the largest se­lec­tions in the country. L and D served daily. 1698 SW 22nd St., 305.854.0039; 5837 SW 72nd St., South Mi­ami, 305.662.7435. VER­SAILLES CUBAN RESTAU­RANT Cuban A meet­ing place for ev­ery­thing from power bro­kers to po­lit­i­cal dis­cus­sions, this Cuban restau­rant is a glo­ri­fied Cuban Cafe, with chan­de­liers and mir­rors evok­ing its French name­sake. Has an out­side walk-up win­dow, where you can or­der Cuban cof­fee. 3555 SW 8 St., 305.444.0240. WYN­WOOD KITCHEN & BAR Amer­i­can Since open­ing in 2010, Wyn­wood Kitchen & Bar’s in­flu­ence on the culi­nary and arts scene has been sec­ond to none. Part of the Gold­man Prop­er­ties em­pire, it of­fers a Latinthemed menu of small plates per­fect for shar­ing. Steps from the Wyn­wood Walls. 2550 NW Sec­ond Ave., Mi­ami, 305.722.8959.


Ja­panese En­joy au­then­tic, non-tra­di­tional, mod­ern Ja­panese cui­sine, plus a lounge bar, a sushi counter, bar-side seat­ing and a Ro­bata grill (an open-fire bar­be­cue in the style of north­ern Ja­panese fish­er­men). Both the out­side seat­ing and lounge area over­look the Mi­ami River; there also are bay views and boat ac­ces­si­bil­ity at the bayfront en­trance at the Epic Ma­rina. 270 Biscayne Blvd. Way, Mi­ami, 305.577.0277. MI­AMI BEACH HAKKASAN Asian Alan Yau, the owner of Bri­tain’s only Miche­lin-rated Chi­nese restau­rant, Hakkasan, de­buted his first U. S. restau­rant at the Fon­tainebleau Mi­ami Beach. It of­fers din­ers a di­verse menu of New World wines and sake to com­ple­ment Yau’s in­ven­tive Chi­nese fare. 4441 Collins Ave., Mi­ami Beach, 877.326.7412. IZZY’S FISH & OYS­TER Seafood The sec­ond out­post from famed res­tau­ra­teur Jamie DeRosa on South Beach fea­tures New Eng­land fare in­clud­ing Maine lob­ster roll, golden potato gnoc­chi with oys­ters, sugar snap salad, fried clam bel­lies, crab salad BLTs and Bos­ton cream pie. 423 Wash­ing­ton Ave., Mi­ami Beach, 305.397.8843. JOE’S STONE CRAB Seafood For nearly a cen­tury, no visit to South Beach has been com­plete with­out din­ing at Joe’s Stone Crab. Feast on Joe’s stone crab claws served in their sig­na­ture mus­tard sauce, creamed spinach, clam chow­der and Key Lime pie. Or­der their delicious spe­cial­ties on­line, too. Closes in May, reopens in Oct. 11 Wash­ing­ton Ave., 305.673.0365. JU­VIA French A park­ing garage near Mi­ami Beach’s fa­mous Lin­coln Road is home to Ju­via, a chic restau­rant where chefs pre­pare an eclec­tic mix

of Peru­vian, Ja­panese and French-in­spired dishes. 1111 Lin­coln Road, Mi­ami Beach, 305.763.8272. OLA RESTAU­RANT Latin Amer­i­can Pas­sion and plea­sure guide the Latin Amer­i­can cui­sine of this restau­rant. The “Nuevo Latino” menu in­cludes ap­pe­tiz­ers like smoked marlin ta­cos and black lob­ster em­panadas (try the ast­ing trios or ce­viche op­tions). Din­ner served Su-Th 6:30 pm-10 pm; F-Sa 6

pm- 11 pm. Sanc­tu­ary Ho­tel, 1745 James Ave., Mi­ami Beach, 305.695.9125. RED, THE STEAK­HOUSE Steak­houses Red’s in­ter­pre­ta­tion of “clas­sic steak­house” cui­sine fea­tures cer­ti­fied An­gus Beef Prime on-and­off the bone, daily spe­cials of fresh Alaskan King Crab, pasta and sal­ads made with sea­sonal in­gre­di­ents. Su-Th 6 pm-mid­night; Fr-Sa 6pm-1 am; bar opens ev­ery­day at 4:30 pm. 119 Wash­ing­ton Ave., Mi­ami Beach, 305.534.3688. SUSHI GARAGE

Ja­panese Set in a for­mer bodyshop in Sun­set Har­bour, this Ja­panese con­cept from the own­ers of Ju­via rolls out a menu of up­dated clas­sics, with cock­tails to match. With its nat­u­ral wood fin­ished decor and tran­quil green tones, Sushi Garage is about keep­ing it sim­ple and Ja­panese to its core. 1784 West Ave., Mi­ami Beach, 305.763.8355. YARD­BIRD SOUTH­ERN TA­BLE AND BAR South­ern This eatery is all about rein­ter­pret­ing South­ern com­fort cui­sine, hos­pi­tal­ity with farm-fresh in­gre­di­ents. The fried chicken (which takes 27 hours to make from start to fin­ish) is a must. Wash it down with one of the bar’s bour­bon cock­tails. L and D seven days a week; brunch Sa-Su. 1600 Lenox Ave., Mi­ami Beach, 305.538.5220.

BARS/LOUNGES BAR­DOT This off-the-beaten path in­ti­mate live mu­sic venue lo­cated in Wyn­wood Mi­ami’s hip and trendy art dis­trict, of­fers an up­scale nightlife scene and is a pop­u­lar hang­out for the hip­sters and trend­set­ters. A small liv­ing room set­ting mixed with state- of-the-art sound make it ideal for artists to per­form and en­thu­si­asts to let loose. 3456 N. Mi­ami Ave., Mi­ami, 305.576.5570. BASE­MENT MI­AMI De­vel­oped by the leg­endary Ian Schrager of Studio 54, Base­ment MI­AMI has an im­pres­sive mu­sic lineup. Here, you can dance, bowl and skate on their mini ice rink. 2901 Collins Ave., Mi­ami Beach, 786.641.7119. BEAKER & GRAY Named af­ter key culi­nary tools—the Beaker, used to con­coct li­ba­tions, and a Gray Kunz spoon, used to ex­e­cute dishes— Beaker & Gray is Wyn­wood Mi­ami’s new hotspot. With glob­ally-in­spired cui­sine and a vi­brant bar scene, the restau­rant has been pack­ing them in since it opened. 2637 N. Mi­ami Ave., Mi­ami, 305.699.2637. BIG CITY TAV­ERN Lo­cated right at the start of the fa­mous Las Olas Boule­vard, this restau­rant/ bar is the place to see and be seen. Dress to im­press and sit out­side or at the bar and en­joy the ex­ten­sive wine list. 609 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Laud­erdale, 954.727.0307. THE BRO­KEN SHAKER Unique and bold, this James Beard Award-nom­i­nated bar set in an al­cove that opens up to a lush pa­tio adorned with Christ­mas lights, is sure to throw you into a cock­tail dream­land. Herbs are used from the bar’s very own out­side gar­den, the en­tire area looks like a grown- up fairy’s fa­vorite place to have a drink. Mixol­o­gists pair elixirs, syrups and in­fu­sions for cre­ative cock­tails. The Free­hand, 2727 In­dian Creek Drive, Mi­ami Beach, 786.325.8974. CLEVELANDER SOUTH BEACH This leg­endary out­door so­cial spot can be found in the heart of South Beach’s Art Deco Dis­trict. One of South Florida’s longest-run­ning pool par­ties, with a pop­u­lar af­ter-beach party scene. Inside sports bar, live en­ter­tain­ment and DJ nightly. 1020 Ocean Drive, Mi­ami Beach, 305.531.3485. DADA The scene here is a leafy two-story house built in 1924. There’s out­door eat­ing and drink­ing, and live en­ter­tain­ment most nights. Karaoke, open-mic po­etry, magic shows and rock bands keep things mov­ing. 52 N. Swin­ton Ave., Del­ray Beach, 561.330.3232. ELBO ROOM Fort Laud­erdale boost­ers have worked fever­ishly to run off rowdy spring break­ers. They’ve suc­ceeded, and yet the Elbo Room sur­vives. This 70-year- old bar made its de­but in the spring break flick “Where The Boys Are.” 241 S. Fort Laud­erdale Beach Blvd., 954.923.5505. HYDE AMER­I­CAN AIR­LINES ARENA This cel­e­brated courtside hotspot at the Amer­i­canAir­lines Arena of­fers gourmet fare, spe­cialty cock­tails cre­ated by renowned mixol­o­gists and plenty of celebrity sight­ings. On any given night rub el­bows with Lenny Kravitz, David Beck­ham and a slew of celebri­ties at this ex­clu­sive club. 601 Biscayne Blvd., Mi­ami, 786.231.1218. JAZID Longest-run­ning night­club on Mi­ami Beach, this in­ti­mate lounge of­fers live mu­sic ev­ery night of the week. Mu­sic se­lec­tion in­cludes ev­ery­thing from Latin and Amer­i­can jazz to cumbia, reg­gae, rock and more. Bar and per­for­mance area on the first level and a lounge area up­stairs with a com­pletely dif­fer­ent vibe, with DJs spin­ning deep house and soul­ful sounds. 1342 Wash­ing­ton Ave, Mi­ami Beach, 305.673.9372. LEOP­ARD LOUNGE The swank fac­tor is high at this throw­back spot, in the Ch­ester­field Palm Beach ho­tel. Leop­ard spots cover ev­ery­thing, in­clud­ing the staff’s coats. There’s live mu­sic — clas­si­cal gui­tarists, show­tune singers — ev­ery night. There’s also a cigar lounge. 363 Co­coanut Row, Palm Beach, 561.659.5800. MAI- KAI RESTAU­RANT AND LOUNGE Much cheaper than a trip to the South Seas and pos­si­bly more fun, this long-stand­ing Fort Laud­erdale fa­vorite treats din­ers to Poly­ne­sian food, drinks and en­ter­tain­ment. A must for any first-time South Florida vis­i­tor. Molokai full-ser­vice bar fea­tures more than 50 spe­cialty drinks and and ex­ten­sive wine list. 3599 N. Fed­eral High­way, Fort Laud­erdale, 954.563.3272. PURDY LOUNGE A neigh­bor­hood bar where the de­sign is as laid back and the crowd friendly. Comfy bar serves the finest mar­gar­i­tas in Mi­ami and the classi­est cos­mos this side of the Mis­sis­sippi. A sul­try

bo­hemian vibe for­bids pre­tense but while the mu­sic is retro the con­ver­sa­tion is not. 1811 Purdy Ave., Mi­ami Beach, 305.531.4622. REC ROOM A long-time fa­vorite for lo­cals, the quaint retro bar is down­stairs from the re­cently ren­o­vated Gale Ho­tel, built in 1941 dur­ing Mi­ami Beach’s Art Deco hey­day. Make like the Rat Pack and sit back with a litany of clas­sic cock­tails as you lis­ten to mu­sic from a live band or a DJ, or smoke a sto­gie out on the pa­tio. 1690 Collins Ave., Mi­ami Beach, 786.975.2555. WATR AT THE 1 ROOFTOP Steps away from the beach on the At­lantic in the eco- chic 1 Ho­tel South Beach, you’ll find Watr, an un­for­get­table venue that floats above the sea and a menu in­spired by the is­lands of Poly­ne­sia and Ja­pan. Try the poke, sushi or the as­sorted shu­mai and dumplings. The 1 Rooftop is an adults- only area for those 21 and over. 2341 Collins Ave., Mi­ami Beach, 305.604.6580. CASI­NOS THE CASINO AT DA­NIA BEACH The Casino at Da­nia Beach is home to both jai-alai, known as “the world’s fastest game” for the pelota that trav­els at 170 mph and poker. It fea­tures 900 Ve­gas-style slot ma­chines, black­jack, roulette and craps. You can also bet on thor­ough­breds through simul­cast. No ad­mis­sion charge. 301 E. Da­nia Beach Blvd., Da­nia Beach, 954.920.1511. GULF­STREAM PARK Since 1939, Gulf­stream Park has been one of the most im­por­tant venues for horse rac­ing in the country. Some of the world’s top thor­ough­bred con­tenders pass through this premier track with their eye on the Triple Crown glory. Fans flock to this land­mark an­nu­ally to watch the country’s top jock­eys and horses com­pete, for year-round casino ac­tion or the bustling nightlife. 501 S. Fed­eral High­way, Hal­lan­dale Beach, 954.378.0900. ISLE CASINO & RAC­ING AT POM­PANO PARK Try your luck at any of the 1,460 gam­ing ma­chines or a hand at 38 live-ac­tion poker ta­bles. Plus, live har­ness rac­ing, en­ter­tain­ment or en­joy a meal at your choice of six sen­sa­tional restau­rants: Bragozzo Os­te­ria Wine Bar, Far­rad­days’ Steak­house, the Farm­ers Pick Buf­fet, My­ron’s Del­i­catessen, an au­then­tic New York style deli, Bex­press for Ital­ian com­fort food and quick bites at The Lone Wolf. . 777 Isle of Capri Cir­cle , Pom­pano Beach 800.843.4753. MAGIC CITY CASINO Mi­ami’s Magic City Casino of­fers 800 Las Ve­gas-style slot ma­chines, poker tour­na­ments, live grey­hound rac­ing, mu­sic en­ter­tain­ment and an ex­ten­sive se­lec­tion of foods at the Big Mouth Cafe buf­fet as well as drinks at the Casino Bar or Sky 7-37. Open ev­ery­day, Su-Th 10 am- 4 am, F-Sa 10 am-5 am. 450 NW 37th Ave., Mi­ami, 305.649.3000. MARDI GRAS CASINO Play the odds with more than 900 of the hottest Ve­gas-style slot ma­chines, in­clud­ing Pro­gres­sive slots, vir­tual roulette and black­jack, as well as

The Dog Pound, Mardi Gras’ smoker- friendly slot area; 30 ac­tion-packed poker ta­bles; simul­cast and grey­hound rac­ing; en­ter­tain­ment; and var­i­ous din­ing op­tions in­clud­ing the sig­na­ture restau­rant The French Quar­ter. M-Th, 9 am-3 am, week­ends 24-hours. 831 N. Fed­eral High­way, Hal­lan­dale Beach, 954.924.3200. MIC­CO­SU­KEE RE­SORT AND GAM­ING Whether poker, high-stakes bingo or pull-tabs are your thing, Mic­co­su­kee has it all. Take ad­van­tage of a full sched­ule of con­certs, a de- luxe ho­tel and a va­ri­ety of restau­rants rang­ing from up­scale to ca­sual din­ing. Open 24 hours; pa­trons must be 18 or older. Ad­mis­sion to gen­eral casino is free. 500 SW 177th Ave., Mi­ami, 305.222.4600 or 877.242.6464. COM­EDY PALM BEACH IM­PROV AT CI­TYPLACE Lo­cated at the West Palm Beach City Place, the Im­prov is the premier com­edy club in West Palm Beach and fea­tures the big­gest and bright­est names in com­edy 52 weeks a year. 550 S. Rose­mary Ave., Suite 250, West Palm Beach, 561.833.1812. DANCE CLUBS E11EVEN MI­AMI Lo­cated in Down­town Mi­ami, two blocks from the Amer­i­canAir­lines Arena, this multi-mil­lion dol­lar en­ter­tain­ment cen­ter, open 24 hours daily, fea­tures sexy go- go dancers, con­tor­tion­ists, big name DJs play­ing a mix of hip-hop, EDM and top 40 mu­sic and more. There’s also an in­ti­mate restau­rant and lounge on­site for a multi- course meal. 29 NE 11th St, Mi­ami, 305.570.4803. ELEC­TRIC PICKLE CO. For a late-night li­ba­tion or a night of en­ter­tain­ment, head to the Elec­tric Pickle in Mi­ami’s swanky De­sign Dis­trict. This mu­sic haven is the spot to groove to un­der­ground dance mu­sic from DJs spin­ning un­til the wee hours. There are two floors: a cozy lounge/bar/dance floor and out­door pa­tio and the larger dance floor up­stairs. 2826 N. Mi­ami Ave., Mi­ami, 305.456.5613. LIV MI­AMI Mi­ami’s hot night­club, LIV at Fon­tainebleau Mi­ami Beach, of­fers a high energy, DJ­driven at­mos­phere, with the Mi­ami night­club scene’s sex­i­est dancers. The leg­endary club of­fers three full-ser­vice bars, a main room play­ing a va­ri­ety of hip-hop, house and rock mu­sic, plus state- of-theart au­dio and light­ing sys­tems. 4441 Collins Ave., Mi­ami Beach, 305.674.4680. STORY NIGHT­CLUB This premier en­ter­tain­ment des­ti­na­tion is known for its un­par­al­leled, high- energy nightlife ex­pe­ri­ence that has come to de­fine the South Beach life­style. STORY’s ameni­ties in­clude over 60 VIP ta­bles and five full bars to keep the party go­ing all night. Open Fri­day and Satur­day, 11 pm-5 am. 136 Collins Ave., Mi­ami Beach, 305.538.2424. WALL MI­AMI Since its open­ing in July 2009, WALL is South Beach‘s cur­rent longest run­ning night­club. WALL Mi­ami’s im­mer­sive en­vi­ron­ment has at­tracted some of the world’s most pop­u­lar celebri­ties and fea­tured per­for­mances by top DJs, in­clud­ing Afro­jack, Nervo and Alesso, to name a few. Weekly events in­clude Favela Beach on Tues­days, Throw­back Thurs­days and SKAM Fri­days. Tu-Sa from 11 pm to 4:30 am. 2201 Collins Ave, Mi­ami Beach, 305.938.3130. EN­TER­TAIN­MENT CEN­TERS BOOMERS Spend the day rid­ing go-karts and bumper boats, play­ing laser tag, minia­ture golf or at the ar­cades and ev­ery­thing else that Boomers Park has to of­fer. There’s also a snack bar and an area for birth­day par­ties. Open daily but hours vary, please check the on­line cal­en­dar for de­tails. 3100 Air­port Road, Boca Ra­ton, 561.347.1888. DAVE & BUSTER’S If you’re into video games, bil­liards, sim­u­lated golf and vir­tual re­al­ity games, this is the spot for you. Dave & Buster’s serves food, but the real at­trac­tion is the ware­house-sized ar­cade. 3000 Oak­wood Blvd., Hol­ly­wood, 954.923.5505.

GA­ME­TIME Let the games be­gin at Ga­me­Time in South Mi­ami. With over 70 HDTVs, ar­cade games and a re­mod­eled out­door pa­tio, there isn’t a bad seat in the house to watch any sport. And for the kids, there­are ar­cade games to en­ter­tain. 5701 Sun­set Drive, Mi­ami Beach, 305.66.4263. XTREME AC­TION PARK Lo­cated in Fort Laud­erdale, Xtreme Ac­tion Park fea­tures a unique mix of in­door at­trac­tions in­clud­ing a gas-pow­ered go kart race track, arena-style roller skat­ing rink and per­for­mance venue, rockin’ jump tram­po­line park, sky high in­door ropes course ad­ven­ture, Laud­erdale Auto Mu­seum, mini café, glow in the dark arena for Ba­zooka Blast, All Amer­i­can Café, Her­shey’s Ice Cream Shake Shoppe and a sports bar. 5300 Powerline Road, Ft. Laud­erdale, 954.491.6265. PER­FORM­ING ARTS MI­AMI SYM­PHONY ORCHES­TRA With 80 pro­fes­sional mu­si­cians se­lected from around the world, Mi­ami’s home­town pro­fes­sional sym­phony is a thriv­ing as­set in the clas­si­cal mu­sic scene. Un­der the di­rec­tion of Master Ed­uardo Mar­turet, MISO’s 2016-2017 sea­son wraps up May 6, at the Adri­enne Ar­sht Cen­ter with “Beethoven­ma­nia.” 10689 North Ken­dall Drive, Suite 307 Mi­ami, 305.275.5666. NEW WORLD SYM­PHONY Un­der the artis­tic di­rec­tion of Michael Til­son Thomas, who is a con­duc­tor, com­poser and ed­u­ca­tor, the New World Sym­phony pre­pares gifted grad­u­ates for lead­er­ship po­si­tions in or­ches­tras and en­sem­bles around the world. Per­for­mances in­clude full- orches­tra con­certs, a cham­ber-mu­sic se­ries, a new-mu­sic se­ries, small- en­sem­ble con­certs, a fam­ily se­ries and spe­cial fes­ti­vals. 500 17th St., Mi­ami Beach, 305.673.3331. SERAPHIC FIRE From Gre­go­rian chants and Baroque mas­ter­pieces, to Mahler and newly com­mis­sioned works, Seraphic Fire is Mi­ami’s premier vo­cal en­sem­ble. Hear the country’s finest vo­cal artists per­form Al­le­gri’s “Mis­erere” in churches through­out Mi­ami and Fort Laud­erdale from May 10-14. 2153 Co­ral Way, Suite 401, Mi­ami, 305. 285.9060. SPORTS DUFFY’S SPORTS GRILL Be the MVP all- day, ev­ery­day at Duffy’s Sports Grill’s ca­sual din­ing, sports-themed ex­pe­ri­ence. Watch your fa­vorite teams play on HD TV’s through­out the restau­rant and at the bar. Var­i­ous lo­ca­tions through

out South Florida. 3015 Grand Ave., Co­conut Grove, 305.648.2200; 1804 Cor­dova Road, Fort Laud­erdale, 954.713.6363. FLORIDA PANTHERS South Florida’s NHL hockey team was ini­ti­ated in 1993. The Panthers take to the ice in a tough sched­ule against peren­nial play­off con­tenders the Philadel­phia Fly­ers, Pitts­burgh Pen­guins and Chicago Black­hawks. Ven­ture out to the BB&T Cen­ter to cheer on these kings of the rink. One Pan­ther Park­way, Sun­rise, 954.835.7000. HOMESTEAD- MI­AMI SPEED­WAY Do you feel the need for speed? Well, then visit this 600-acre fa­cil­ity with a 1.5mile oval and 2.21-mile road course that hosts ma­jor car-rac­ing events, in­clud­ing NASCAR dur­ing Ford Cham­pi­onship weeked in Novem­ber and the Toyota Indy 300 in March. One Speed­way Blvd., Homestead, 305.230.5000. MI­AMI MAR­LINS Watch a great base­ball game with the whole fam­ily at the Mar­lins Park. The new 37,000seat Ma­jor League Base­ball fa­cil­ity in­cludes a re­tractable roof to shield spec­ta­tors from the sun and rain, mak­ing sure that sum­mer­time base­ball in Mi­ami is a per­fect game no mat­ter the weather. Su­per Satur­days fea­ture a post- game con­cert with in­ter­na­tion­ally ac­claimed record­ing artists and a fire­works spec­tac­u­lar. 501 Mar­lins Way, Mi­ami, 305.480.1300. MILLS POND PARK R/C SPEED­WAY Come race RC cars and go on-an- off-road tracks at this rac­ing fa­cil­ity inside Mills Pond Park in Fort Laud­erdale. Race classes are also avail­able. 2201 NW Ninth Ave., Fort Laud­erdale, 954.828.8943. THEATER AC­TORS’ PLAY­HOUSE AT THE MIR­A­CLE THE­ATRE One of Florida’s ma­jor crit­i­cally ac­claimed non-profit cul­tural in­sti­tu­tions, The Mir­a­cle The­atre com­plex con­sists of three sep­a­rate per­for­mance spa­ces: mains­tage, bal­cony the­atre and a black box studio. Up­com­ing per­for­mances: Broad­way mu­si­cal com­edy “It Should Have Been You” (May 17-June 11) and “Find­ing Mona Lisa” (July 12-Aug. 13) a play about the world’s most fa­mous paint­ing. 280 Mir­a­cle Mile, Co­ral Gables, 305.444.9293. COLONY THE­ATRE What was once a 1920s movie theater has be­come a 415seat venue for film fes­ti­vals, live theater and dance per­for­mances. The city­owned art- deco per­form­ing arts cen­ter is home to res­i­dent theater com­pany Mi­ami New Drama and an ar­ray of mu­sic, dance, com­edy and plays. 1040 Lin­coln Road, Mi­ami Beach, 305.674.1040. FILL­MORE MI­AMI BEACH AT THE JACKIE GLEA­SON THEATER Mi­ami Beach’s premier theater for con­certs, dance, Broad­way shows and other ma­jor pro­duc­tions from around the world. The Fill­more is an iconic venue with an in­cred­i­ble range of sched­uled events and shows, from main­stream and well-known names in the in­dus­try to lo­cal per­for­mances only found in Mi­ami, can be ex­pier­enced through­out the year. 1700 Wash­ing­ton Ave., Mi­ami Beach, 305.673.7300 or Tick­et­mas­ter, 305.358.5885. GABLESTAGE AT THE BILT­MORE This in­ti­mate theater lo­cated next to the his­toric Bilt­more Ho­tel in Co­ral Gables, is one of Mi­ami’s longest run­ning and most highly ac­claimed theater com­pa­nies. An­nu­ally they present six plays of the most vital works of con­tem­po­rary play­wrights world­wide. Up­com­ing shows in­clude mu­si­cal com­edy “The Leg­end of Ge­or­gia McBride” (May 27June 25) and a play ex­plor­ing sci­ence and be­lief “In­formed Con­sent” (July 29-Aug. 27). The Bilt­more Ho­tel, 1200 Anas­ta­sia Ave., Co­ral Gables, 305.445.1119. MI­AMI THEATER CEN­TER For­merly known as The Play­Ground The­atre, this com­mu­nity theater pro­duces na­tion­ally rec­og­nized theater pro­gram for all ages in­clud­ing theater, dance and mu­si­cal per­for­mances as well as film screen­ings. Up­com­ing per­for­mances in­clude ‘ Vol­cano” (May 26-June 10) with show­ings Fri­days and Satur­days at 8 pm. 9806 NE Sec­ond Ave., Mi­ami Shores, 305.751.9550. VENUES ADRI­ENNE AR­SHT CEN­TER FOR THE PER­FORM­ING ARTS The crown jewel of the Mi­ami per­form­ing arts scene, the Ar­sht Cen­ter is home to the Florida Grand Opera and the Mi­ami City Bal­let, and the New World Sym­pho­nyas well as presents plays, Broad­way mu­si­cals and con­certs. 1300 Biscayne Blvd., Mi­ami, 305.949.6722.

AMER­I­CANAIR­LINES ARENA The Amer­i­canAir­lines Arena is lo­cated in a vi­brant waterfront set­ting and show­cases world- class events of all sizes. It draws so­phis­ti­cated in­ter­na­tional au­di­ences to con­certs, fam­ily en­ter­tain­ment and sport­ing events and plays host to the NBA’s Mi­ami HEAT. 601 Biscayne Blvd., Mi­ami, 786.777.1000. BAYFRONT PARK AM­PHITHE­ATER This re­cently ren­o­vated am­phithe­ater, an out­door venue, is lo­cated in Bayfront Park, in the heart of down­town Mi­ami on Biscayne Bay. Some of the hottest stars per­form at this open-air venue, which is man­aged and op­er­ated by Live Na­tion. 301 N. Biscayne Blvd., Mi­ami 305.358.7550. BB&T CEN­TER Home to the Florida Part­ners hockey team and serves as a venue for ma­jor pro­duc­tions, in­clud­ing con­certs, pro­fes­sional sports games, ice shows, cir­cuses and more. From Mi­ami, take I-95 N or Florida’s Turn­pike N to I-595 W; exit at 136 Ave. and go north to the arena. Call for show times and ticket prices. One Pan­ther Park­way, Sun­rise, 954.835.7000. BROWARD CEN­TER FOR THE PER­FORM­ING ARTS Sit­u­ated in the heart of Fort Laud­erdale’s Arts and En­ter­tain­ment Dis­trict, in­cludes the mag­nif­i­cent 2,688seat Au- Rene Theater and the in­ti­mate 590-seat Amaturo Theater. It hosts Broad­way mu­si­cals, se­ri­ous drama, mod­ern dance and bal­let, clas­si­cal mu­sic and Gram­my­win­ning pop con­certs. 201 SW Fifth Ave., Fort Laud­erdale, 954.462.0222 HARD ROCK LIVE A state- of-the-art arena at the Semi­nole Hard Rock Ho­tel & Casino that seats 5,500 mu­sic lovers, sports fans, or con­ven­tion­eers in com­fort and style. It’s 120,000 square feet on three lev­els, with cut­ting edge light­ing and sound. 1 Semi­nole Way, Hol­ly­wood, 866.502.7529. HARD ROCK STA­DIUM The Hard Rock Sta­dium is a place that has held five Su­per Bowls, two World Se­ries, col­lege foot­ball cham­pi­onships and spec­tac­u­lar world- class fes­ti­vals and events. Home of the Mi­ami Dol­phins, it is lo­cated 16 miles north­west of down­town Mi­ami in the city of Mi­ami Gar­dens. 347 Don Shula Drive, Mi­ami Gar­dens, 305.943.8000. PER­FECT VODKA AM­PHITHE­ATRE This open-air mu­sic venue hosts sev­eral pop­u­lar events and con­certs. Renowned artists like Pearl Jam and Cold­play have per­formed here. 601 Sans­burys Way, West Palm Beach, 561.795.8883. RAY­MOND F. RAVIS CEN­TER FOR THE PER­FORM­ING ARTS This top-notch per­form­ing arts cen­ter in­cludes a 2,193seat con­cert hall and a 300seat play­house. Many re­gional arts or­ga­ni­za­tions call the Kravis Cen­ter home, in­clud­ing Bal­let Florida, Mi­ami City Bal­let, Palm Beach Broad­way Se­ries, Palm Beach Opera and the Palm Beach Pops. 701 Okee­chobee Blvd., West Palm Beach, 561.832.7469. SUN­SET COVE AM­PHITHE­ATER The spa­cious out­door venue is the host site for trib­ute band con­certs and mu­sic fes­ti­vals like the South­ern Jam. Na­tional acts like the Zac Brown Band, Wil­lie Nel­son and Yes have all per­formed here. There are also weekly food truck events and oc­ca­sional fam­ily movie nights. 20405 Am­phithe­ater Cir­cle, Boca Ra­ton, 561.488.8069.

AL­TER­NA­TIVE SPA­CES DI­AS­PORA VIBE This cul­tural in­cu­ba­tor fea­tures com­pelling, po­lit­i­cally- charged, thought-pro­vok­ing, yet beau­ti­fully ex­e­cuted works of art by up-and- com­ing artists from Latin Amer­ica and the Caribbean. In ad­di­tion to reg­u­lar gallery hours, the space hosts mu­sic and po­etry events. 686 NE 56th St., Mi­ami, 305.573.4046. LIT­TLE HAITI CUL­TURAL CEN­TER This com­mu­nity arts cen­ter show­cases Afro- Caribbean cul­ture through art ex­hibits, dance per­for­mances, film screen­ings and other pub­lic pro­grams and spe­cial events. The cen­ter hosts the monthly Big Night in Lit­tle Haiti cel­e­bra­tion the third Fri­day of each month and houses the Caribbean Mar­ket­place. 212–260 NE 59 Ter­race, Mi­ami, 305.960.2969. WYN­WOOD ART DIS­TRICT Since 2009, the Wyn­wood Art Dis­trict has been trans­form­ing a for­mer ware­house dis­trict into a work of beau­ti­ful lo­cal art. The area is now home to more than 70 art gal­leries, re­tail stores and bars, and fea­tures one of the world’s largest open-air street-art in­stal­la­tions. 2516 NW Sec­ond Ave., Mi­ami. ART GAL­LERIES ARTCENTER/ SOUTH FLORIDA Founded by sculp­tor El­lie Sch­nei­der­man in 1984, ArtCenter/South Florida is cred­ited for help­ing re­vi­tal­ize Lin­coln Road. The non­profit or­ga­ni­za­tion fo­cuses on artist res­i­den­cies and vis­it­ing artists pro­grams, mount­ing ex­hi­bi­tions and also of­fers art classes. Open M- Fr 11 am-7 pm; Sa-Su noon- 8 pm. 924 Lin­coln Road, Mi­ami Beach, 305.674.8278. DAVID CASTILLO GALLERY Once a crum­blng ware­house, this 5,000-square-foot gallery is now a shin­ing space dis­play­ing works by in­ter­na­tional and lo­cal artists. Among its ex­hib­ited artists are Jean- Michel Basquiat, Mar­cel Duchamp, Willem de Koon­ing, Pablo Pi­casso, Andy Warhol and oth­ers. Open Tu and W, Fr-Sa 10 am- 6 pm and any­time by ap­point­ment. 420 Lin­coln Road, Suite 300, Mi­ami Beach, 305.573.8110. GARY NADER ART CEN­TRE Gary Nader Art Cen­tre is well­known for fea­tur­ing Latin Amer­i­can, mod­ern and con­tem­po­rary art, in­clud­ing Latin Amer­i­can masters’ paint­ings, sculp­tures and draw­ings. The gallery presents an ex­ten­sive num­ber of solo and group ex­hi­bi­tions as well as pro­vide ex­ten­sive pro­fes­sional ser­vic- es to pri­vate clients, cor­po­ra­tions and mu­se­ums with the ac­qui­si­tion or sale of art. Open M-Sa 10 am- 6 pm. 62 NE 27 St., Mi­ami, 305.576.0256. THE MARGULIES COL­LEC­TION AT THE WARE­HOUSE Housed in a large ware­house, the Margulies Col­lec­tion is an ex­ten­sive col­lec­tion of con­tem­po­rary and vin­tage photography, video, sculp­ture and in­stal­la­tions from the hold­ings of prom­i­nent Mi­ami col­lec­tor Martin Z. Margulies. Open April through Oc­to­ber an­nu­ally Tues­day to Satur­day, 11 am to 4 pm, with ex­tended hours dur­ing Art Basel/ Mi­ami Art Week. Ad­mis­sion: $10 adults, Florida stu­dents $5. 591 NW 27th St., Mi­ami, 305.576.1051. ROMERO BRITTO GALLERY Lo­cated along Lin­coln Road, this fine art gallery ex­hibits the work of Brazil­ian pop artist Romero Britto. Be­sides his fa­mous orig­i­nal paint­ings, ex­pect to find a se­lec­tion of his sculp­tures, prints, por­traits and com­mis­sions. 1102 Lin­coln Road, Mi­ami Beach, 305.918.8000. RUBELL FAM­ILY COL­LEC­TION Housed in a for­mer United States Drug En­force­ment Agency con­fis­cated- goods ware­house now holds works by Damien Hirst, Cindy Sher­man, Jeff Koons, Andy Warhol and oth­ers. Open W-Sa 10 am-5:30 pm. $10 adults, $5 stu­dents and se­niors, free un­der 18 and veterans. 95 NW 29th St., Wyn­wood, 305.573.6090. ART MU­SE­UMS IN­STI­TUTE OF CON­TEM­PO­RARY ART MI­AMI The In­sti­tute of Con­tem­po­rary Art Mi­ami presents the work of lo­cal artists through fre­quent ex­hi­bi­tions; its per­ma­nent col­lec­tion, mean­while, show­cases lo­cal artists who have reached “cor­ner­stone mo­ments” with their works. Tu-Su, 11 am-7 pm; free ad­mis­sion. 4040 NE Sec­ond Ave., Mi­ami, 305.901.5272. LOWE ART MU­SEUM, UNI­VER­SITY OF MI­AMI Mi­ami’s old­est and largest art mu­seum with a per­ma­nent col­lec­tion of more than 14,000 ob­jects in­clud­ing Greco- Ro­man An­tiq­ui­ties; Re­nais­sance and Baroque Art; 17th to 21st cen­tury art of the Amer­i­cas and Europe, Asian, African, An­cient and Na­tive Amer­i­can Art, ro­tated within large gallery spa­ces, plus chang­ing ex­hi­bi­tions. Open Tu-Sa 10 am- 4 pm; Su noon4 pm. Adults $10, stu­dents, se­niors $5, chil­dren un­der 12 free. 1301 Stan­ford Drive, Co­ral Gables, 305.284.3535.

MU­SEUM OF CON­TEM­PO­RARY ART NORTH MI­AMI This sleek mu­seum has at­tracted a world- class and on­go­ing ros­ter of ex­hibits, show­cas­ing such artists as Keith Har­ing, Jean- Michel Basquiat and Diego Rivera. It also of­fers art classes for chil­dren, teens and adults. Check out Jazz at MoCA, a free out­door con­cert on the last Fri­day of each month. Open Tu- Fr and Su 11 am-5 pm and Sa 1 pm-9 pm. 770 NE 125th St., North Mi­ami, 305.893.6211. NOR­TON MU­SEUM OF ART Founded in 1941 by art pa­trons El­iz­a­beth and Ralph Nor­ton, the mu­seum boasts im­pres­sive col­lec­tions of late 19th- and 20th- cen­tury Amer­i­can work, Euro­pean art, con­tem­po­rary work and photography. Its hold­ings in­clude works by Gau­guin, Matisse, Miró, Monet, Pi­casso, O’Ke­effe, Pol­lock and Sheeler. Free ad­mis­sion. 1451 S. Olive Ave., West Palm Beach, 561.832.5196. NSU ART MU­SEUM FORT LAUD­ERDALE Host to a num­ber of high-pro­file ex­hibits over the years, this mu­seum’s per­ma­nent col­lec­tion fea­tures works by the Amer­i­can real­ist Wil­liam Glack­ens, post-World War II avant- garde Co­bra artists, and Latin Amer­i­can and Cuban art. Tu-Sa 11 am-5 pm; Su noon-5 pm; 11 am- 8 pm the first Thurs. of ev­ery month. Adults $12, se­niors and mil­i­tary $8; stu­dents and col­lege stu­dents $5. One East Las Olas Blvd., Fort Laud­erdale, 954.525.5500. THE PA­TRI­CIA & PHILLIP FROST ART MU­SEUM A Smith­so­nian af­fil­i­ate, The Frost Mu­seum fea­tures in­no­va­tive ex­hibits, lec­tures and pro­grams. Its repos­i­tory has more than 6,000 col­lec­tions of art that fea­ture the Metropoli­tan Col­lec­tion and Cin­tas Fellows. Free ad­mis­sion. Open Tu-Sa 10 am-5 pm, Su noon-5 pm. Florida In­ter­na­tional10975 SW 17th Uni­ver­sity,St., Mi­ami, 305.348.2890. PÉREZ ART MU­SEUM MI­AMI With fre­quently chang­ing ex­hibits and amaz­ing works of art, a one- of-a-kind restau­rant over­look­ing Biscayne Bay, you’ll dis­cover some­thing new ev­ery time at the Pérez Art Mu­seum Mi­ami. M-Tu and Fr-Su 10 am- 6 pm; Th 10 am-9 pm. Adults $16, Youth (ages 7-18) and Se­niors (62+) $12, chil­dren un­der 6 free. 1103 Biscayne Blvd., 305.375.3000. THE WOLFSONIAN- FIU The Wolfsonian- FIU show­cases Amer­i­can and Euro­pean dec­o­ra­tive and fine arts pro­duced be­tween 1885 and 1945. Noon- 6 pm daily, ex­cept Wed­nes­days till 9 pm. Ad­mis­sion $7 adults; $5 se­niors, stu­dents and chil­dren 6-12. Free ad­mis­sion Fri­days af­ter 6 pm. 1001 Wash­ing­ton Ave., Mi­ami Beach, 305.531.1001. WORLD EROTIC ART MU­SEUM Find the world’s great­est col­lec­tion of erotic art, in­clud­ing sculp­tures, paint­ings, ar­ti­facts, jew­elry and much more from the four cor­ners of the world. The WEAM col­lec­tion in­cludes more than 4000 works of in­ter­na­tional art, rang­ing from 300 BCE to the im­me­di­ate present. M-Th 11 am-10 pm, Fr-Su 11 am-mid­night. Ad­mis­sion $15. 1205 Wash­ing­ton Ave., Mi­ami Beach, 305.532.9336. YOUNG AT ART From the “Pop-Sur­re­al­is­tic” world of in­ter­na­tion­ally rec­og­nized artist Kenny Scharf to a psy­che­delic day- glo en­vi­ron­ment and a Global Vil­lage, this hands- on chil­dren’s art mu­seum fea­tures ex­cit­ing op­por­tu­ni­ties for chil­dren to learn and play. M-Th 10 am-5 pm; Fr-Sa 10 am- 6 pm and Su 11 am- 6 pm. Adults and chil­dren $14. 75. 1 SW 121st Ave., Davie, 954.424.0085.

AT­TRAC­TIONS AN­CIENT SPAN­ISH MONASTERY The Monastery Clois­ter is the old­est build­ing in the Western Hemi­sphere. Wil­liam Ran­dolph Hearst brought the pieces to Amer­ica, and in 1952 Mi­ami de­vel­op­ers re­assem­bled the monastery at its cur­rent site. To­day the par­ish Church of St. Bernard de Clair­vaux is an ac­tive con­gre­ga­tion in the Epis­co­pal Dio­cese of South­east Florida. Ser­vices are held on Sun­days and week­days in both English and Span­ish. 16711 W. Dixie High­way, North Mi­ami Beach, 305.945.1461. ANNE KOLB NA­TURE CEN­TER The na­ture com­plex is a 1,500acre coastal man­grove wet­land that’s home to wad­ing birds and other na­tive wildlife, along with an In­tra­coastal fish­ing pier, five-story ob­ser­va­tion tower, ca­noe and bi­cy­cle trails, and an en­vi­ron­men­tal ex­hibit hall. Ad­mis­sion is free but there’s a $2 fee for the Ex­hibit Hall. Open daily 8 am-7:30 pm. West Lake Park, 751 Sheri­dan St., Hol­ly­wood, 954.926.2480. BUT­TER­FLY WORLD Walk through trop­i­cal, flow­er­ing gar­dens in six gi­ant screened aviaries filled with twenty thou­sand live ex­otic but­ter­flies and the world’s most amaz­ing birds. Hand feed the small par­rots in the Lori­keet En­counter. En­joy the botan­i­cal gar­dens, Ma­caw Land­ing, but­ter­fly mu­seum, live bug zoo, out­door café, gift and plant shops and many more things to see and do. 3600 W. Sam­ple Road, Co­conut Creek, 954.977.4400. CAULEY SQUARE HIS­TORIC VIL­LAGE This nos­tal­gic vil­lage of­fers a glimpse of Old South Florida. Quaint cot­tages have been re­stored into a labyrinth of an­tiques, bou­tiques and spe­cialty shops, fea­tur­ing unique items. The fa­mous Tea Room Restau­rant and The Latin Cor­ner and the Vil­lage Chalet of­fer a delicious menu of lo­cal sea­sonal dishes and juices. 22400 Old Dixie High­way, Mi­ami, 305.258.3543. CO­RAL CAS­TLE See a hand- carved 9-ton gate, a Po­laris te­le­scope, the world’s only sun­dial with sea­sons and more at the Co­ral Cas­tle Ed­ward Leed­skalnin built. No one knows how he ex­ca­vated, carved and placed 1,100 tons of co­ral in the large open area. His cre­ation has been com­pared to the Egyp­tian pyra­mids and Stone­henge. Su-Th 8 am- 6 pm, F-Sa 8 am- 8 pm. Adults (13- 64) $18, chil­dren (7-12) $8, chil­dren un­der age 6 free. 28655 S. Dixie High­way Mi­ami,, 305.248.6345. DEER­ING ES­TATE AT CUT­LER From its ar­chae­o­log­i­cal fea­tures to its his­toric houses and na­ture pre­serves, the 444-acre Deer­ing Es­tate at Cut­ler is one of Mi­ami’s note­wor­thy his­toric sites and parks. This vast es­tate is home to en­tire spa­ces ded­i­cated to phi­lan­thropist Charles Deer­ing’s col­lec­tions of art and de­sign. Open daily 10 am-5 pm; ticket of­fice closes at 4 pm. Adults, $12, chil­dren (4-14) $7. 16701 SW 72nd Ave., Mi­ami, 305.235.1668. GRAPELAND WA­TER PARK Beat the heat at Mi­ami’s only wa­ter park lo­cated min­utes from the Mi­ami In­ter­na­tional Air­port. This city- owned park is per­fect for the whole fam­ily and fea­tures slides, kid-friendly splash ar­eas and pools. Open sea­son­ally from March to Oc­to­ber, week­ends only in the spring and fall from 10 am to 4:45 pm and seven days a week dur­ing the sum­mer. Ad­mis­sion: $7 for chil­dren 2-13 years old and $14 for nonMi­ami- Dade County res­i­dents over 14 years old. 1550 NW 37th Ave., Mi­ami, 305.960.2950. JUPITER IN­LET LIGHT­HOUSE AND MU­SEUM For a slice of Old Florida, visit this dis­tinc­tive or­ange-red tower on the Gold Coast’s north­ern end. A climb to the top is re­warded with views of the Lox­a­hatchee River, Jupiter In­let and the At­lantic Ocean. Don’t feel like climb­ing? Stop by the light­house mu­seum or check out the DuBois Pioneer Home. 500 Cap­tain Ar­mour’s Way, Jupiter, 561.747.8380. LOGGERHEAD MARINELIFE CEN­TER Marine na­ture cen­ter and sea tur­tle hos­pi­tal in ocean­front Loggerhead Park. Ex­hibits, sched­uled group tours, gift and book shop and evening beach walks in nest­ing sea­son. Na­ture trails, pic­nic ar­eas, and play­ground. 14200 US Hwy 1, Juno Beach, 561.627.8280. MAR­JORY STONE­MAN DOU­GLAS BISCAYNE NA­TURE CEN­TER Lo­cated in Cran­don Park, the Biscayne Na­ture Cen­ter of­fers hands- on marine ex­plo­ration, coastal ham­mock hikes, fos­sil-rock reef walks, lo­cal his­tory lec­tures, field sci­ence pro­grams and beach walks. Marine ex­plo­ration trips are sched­uled at low tide only. All trips are led by a nat­u­ral­ist guide. Reser­va­tions re­quired. Rick­en­backer Cause­way to North Beach En­trance. 6767 Cran­don Blvd., Key Biscayne, 305.361.6767. MCCARTHY’S WILDLIFE McCarthy’s Wildlife invites you out for an in­ti­mate expe-

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