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Miami -- City Guide
One of my least favorite parts about moving is feeling overwhelmed by the daunting task of finding new favorite restaurants, music venues, and activities. So we decided to try and help out by putting together some recommendations specific to Miami, Florida that will help you start to feel right at home as you prepare for move day. Check out our Miami City Guide:
Possibly one of the greatest tourist attractions of Miami is the fine dining and wide variety of amazing cuisine. If you don’t mind the wait, the best place to eat is at Joe’s Stone Crab on Washington Avenue. This place is a Miami hotspot and you can find the greatest seafood here. They have a full menu including steaks, chicken, and other seafood, but the main attraction is the stone crab claws paired with Joe’s world famous sauce and a side of hash browns. Get here early because the wait is usually at least an hour and Joe’s does not take reservations!
For something a little more romantic head over to Azul on Brickell Key Drive. Azul is in the Mandarin Oriental Hotel and serves a unique menu with Mediterranean and Asian cuisine. They have a fabulous wine selection with over 700 different types from around the world and around 200 different kinds of martinis. With a waterfront setting and beautiful view of the Miami sky, Azul’s will certainly be a dining experience you will never forget. However, if you aren’t looking to pay much for your meal, you may be shocked when you get the bill at the end of the night. Just remember to tell yourself it was worth it!
Those looking for adventure should head over to Barton G. on West Avenue. They have a very fun and unique menu that features global cuisine with an American twist. The food portions are massive and the drinks are exotic and delicious. Everything at this restaurant is top notch but I recommend trying the lobster pop tart and lobster mac and cheese. They have unique desserts that you won’t find anywhere else in America. The atmosphere and presentation really make this place stand out. Barton G. makes for an amazing late night experience with friends and a great way to meet people. When it’s all said and done they will give you the bill in a hilarious envelope marked “The Damage.” This place should be at the top of your list of places to see if you are moving to Miami.
South Beach is a REQUIRED visit for all tourists and newcomers to Miami. It is filled with the nation's greatest hotels, restaurants, shops, art galleries, and more that basically make South Beach a mall extending over 10 blocks.
Insider tip: do not visit during spring break, peak season for college age visitors, here for their huge parties and you might get trampled!
Anytime other than spring break, South Beach is a shopper’s paradise. There are hundreds of unique stores offering anything and everything you could possibly dream of. Delicious restaurants such as De Luca on Lincoln road - has the best italian you will ever eat with great service and atmosphere.The signature dishes are exquisite and you will find yourself wanting to return the next day. On your first visit I would recommend the truffle ravioli, the flavors are incredible and addicting!
South Beach has infinite possibilities and attractions for you to see and no two days are the same. You could spend an entire day at street side restaurants just people watching to see some of the many stars strolling through. Then head down to the beach and spend the day relaxing with some fishing or SCUBA diving!
For amazing free entertainment head over to one of Miami’s famous beaches. South Beach is a major tourist attraction and hotspot but there are many beaches in Miami that are not as crowded. Virginia Key Beach is located near the Seaquarium and has some nice private spots if you go for a small walk. There are many first class beaches in Miami and if you do a little exploring you can find one that you love.
Miami Museum of Science
The Miami Science Museum is an extremely entertaining and educational experience. The planetarium is a must-see. You can watch shows on a massive projector screen with lasers and surround sound. The museum has high powered telescopes that you can check out at night to get a breathtaking view of the stars. They also have a wildlife center that houses injured animals and rehabilitates them until they are ready to be released back into the wild. Inside you can find an awesome array of birds of prey.
Miami Zoo and Seaquarium
After you get settled in from your move to Miami, definitely check out the Miami MetroZoo to see all of the exotic animals. They have a wide variety of exhibits that are entirely cageless allowing the animals to feel as if they are home. The zoo separates the exhibits into climates so you won’t see two animals near each other that do not belong. They have white tigers, crocodiles, lions, elephants, and even a baby black rhino. For an up-close and personal look, you can feed a giraffe during the day for a small fee. They will take the food right from your hand like a horse grabs a carrot. As far as pricing goes, you can get a full day’s entertainment (and exercise) for about $15, which is fairly cheap as far as museums go!
If you pair your Zoo experience with a short trip down to the Seaquarium you could have a full day of animal watching! Similar to Sea World, the Seaquarium houses many marine animals such as killer whales, dolphins, seals, turtles, and even the manatee. They have awesome events you can attend to see trained dolphins and killer whales performing unbelievable stunts. Make sure ot visit the sessions where they allow you to feed the animals.
Making the Move to Miami
Moving to Miami might seem overwhelming, but there are lots of great restaurants to try, amazing beaches to checkout, and fun things to do that will take your mind off the transition to a new place, and help you start to feel at home in your new city. We hope you’ll enjoy it here and that you’ll let us help you make the move even easier when you book help moving in Miami through our movers marketplace. Enjoy your move (yes it’s possible) and enjoy Miami!
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