Things to do in Miami!
Checkout Miami’s greatest dinning and entertainment options
A1A recommends these locations based on positive experiences our customers have had.
The best places to eat!
- Joe’s Stone Crab – the “Joe” of Joe’s Stone Crab – came to Miami in 1913 for relief from asthma, and the rest is Miami stone crab history. During crab season (October through May), Joe’s serves the finest, with melted butter or mustard sauce, plus creamed spinach and sweet potato fries. Key lime pie stars on the dessert board. Count on long waits. 227 Biscayne Street, Miami Beach. (305) 673-0365
- Shula’s Steak House - The former Miami Dolphin head coach, guiding the NFL team to 1972’s perfect 17-0 season, also has scored as a restaurateur. Shula’s, with menus hand-painted on footballs, specializes in certified Angus Beef, including the 48-ounce porterhouse steak. Shula’s is also in Miami Lakes and Fort Lauderdale Beach. 5225 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. (305) 341-6565
Book your ride, tonight, and have your driver take you to and from dinner.
We’ve selected a few of the best nightclubs & bars!
- LIV Miami Nightclub at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach has an extra reason to party down, LIV ranks among the top five highest-grossing clubs in America. 5th-place LIV raked in as much as $45 million last year.
- Mango’s Tropical Cafe ranked No. 14
- Clevelander ranked No. 22
- Mansion Miami at No. 26.
- SET Nightclub came in at No. 32
- W Miami Beach came in at No. 54
- Space nightclub ranked No. 65
- Cameo at No. 68
- Dream Nightclub at No.92
In total, nine Miami nightclubs made the 2014 Nightclub & Bar Top 100 nightclubs in America list released by industry publication Nightclub & Bar.
Things you must see and do while visiting Miami!
- Art Deco Center The Miami Beach Art Deco area encompasses more than 800 historic buildings from the 1920s/1930s. The term was coined in 1968 by historian Bevis Hillier to describe flat roofs, smooth stucco walls and a distinctly modern look making most Art Deco buildings easy to spot. The Miami Design Preservation League’s Ocean Drive Welcome Center offers tours, and self-guided tours are aided by cassette rental. Trendy Ocean Drive makes an ideal starting point for a 10-block stretch of pastel-splashed hotels, cafes, shops, restaurants and clubs. Miami Design Preservation League, 1001 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach. (305) 672-2014
- Everglades Safari Park For some 35 years, Everglades Safari Park has provided a “river of grass” showcase, with several ways to observe the Everglades, including an Airboat Ride, Alligator Show, and a Jungle Trail. Airboat ride guides are familiar with Everglades history, vegetation, and wildlife. The Alligator Show provides interactive opportunity, and a Jungle Trail leads to an Alligator Farm with more than 400 American alligators, a crocodile exhibit, and a replica of a Chickee Village. 26700 Tamiami Trail, Miami. (305) 226-6923
- Parrot Jungle Island Replacing the circa 1936 Parrot Jungle and Gardens, the $47 million Parrot Jungle Island is a natural for pre- or post-cruise adventure. The 18.6-acre park, between downtown Miami and South Beach off MacArthur Causeway, is home to some 3,000 exotic animals and 500 plant species, with stage shows, jungle trails, a petting farm and more. Jungle Theater puts guests “face-to-beak” with parrots and macaws. Everglades Habitat recreates the “river of grass.” Reptiles , including a rare albino alligator, await in the Serpentarium. The Lakeside Café overlooks Flamingo Lake. 111 Parrot Jungle Trail, Miami. (305) 258-6453
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