Thursday, February 9, 2017

Cool Kids of Miami and Where to Find Them

Miami, Miami, Miami... Located in the sunshine state, where hitting the beach is not all we do, For us the one's that live here, hotels are not just for tourist. Here are the latest places where the city scenesters do, anything but sleep.


Pb Station, The Langford hotel (121 SE 1st STREET): A Pan - American eatery in a converted 1925 beaux arts bank. After dinner, head up to the rooftop for a nightcap at the Pawn Broker. 

Dôa (2000 Collins Ave): Imagine if Peruvian food and Asian Food have a baby, that’s DÔA. A unique experience not only the food, but the ambiance of the place. The trendy decor makes it one of a kind to enjoy with anybody that loves a lively meal. Located in the heart of Miami Beach, Dôa is now open for brunch and dinner 7 days a week. 

Coya (999 Brickell Ave): In the heart of Miami this Chic restaurant, filled with antiques and a twist of Incan Culture decor. The food is always good here and so is their Pisco Sour. After a couple of those you will tele-transport to Peru and totally forget you’re in Miami. 


Sugar, East Miami  (788 Brickell Plaza): This Outdoor rooftop bar, Located in the 40th floor of the East Hotel has one of the best drinks with a view! Lounge in one of their sofa pits or sit on one of the hand - carved teak bar stools.

The 1 Rooftop, 1 Hotel South Beach (2341 Collins Ave): This eco - friendly sky high scene is one of the best rooftop bars in Miami. From their organic wines to their nibbling sushi, this rooftop it’s the place to be and be seen.

Juvia (1111 Lincoln Rd): This ultramodern space high atop the chicest garage ever, is design for you to have one of best views of South Beach. 

Broken Shaker, Freehand (2727 Indian Creek Dr): This trendy hangout spot with their large backyard, it’s the place to be and have a drink while enjoying the weather in Miami.

The Anderson (709 NE 79th St): 80’s inspired lounge with tropical cocktails, do I need to say more?


Bagatelle (220 21st St): The go - to when it comes to boujee brunch! From Sao Paulo to NYC, their Euro chic decor and colorful artwork puts the F to FUN!! 

Bachour (600 Brickell Ave): Miami Pastry King- Antonio Bachour opened this amazing bake shop and bistro. Their food is so savory and their beautifully made pastry are OUT of this world.

Sea Spice (422 NW North River Dr):  Lavish vibes with waterfront dinning. A must go on a sunny day. 


Faena Hotel (3201 Collins Ave): As part of the new hotel complex, The Faena hosts performances and exhibitions, but the hotel itself is a must see when it comes to interior design lovers.

PAMM (1103 Biscayne Blvd): The Pérez Art Museum is a modern  contemporary museum exhibiting international art. Personally, my favorite museum in Miami. They do all type of events during the week, PLUS they have their own cafe with happy hour specials. You can enjoy Free entrance on the First Thursday of the month. 


ORA (2000 Collins Ave): Imagine 1977 Mick Jagger sipping champagne at Studio 54. This club its a true VIP experience, from the moment you get walk in or making your way into the restroom, their staff and service is impeccable. The unique design of the club will WOW you before anything else, from their art all over the club to their speakeasy on the 2nd floor. ORA its the latest hotspot everyone is talking about from jet-setters to locals.

-For guest list or table reservation, please contact Izaak 561-270-9318 

Basement, Edition Hotel (2901 Collins Ave): Located in the Basement of the Edition hotel, Basement has everything you wouldn't expect in a nightclub, from an ice skating rink to a bowling alley. Disco vibes all night without those flared pants and sequined one - piece jumpsuits that were the CRAZE back in the 70’s.  Basements gives a twist to nightlife discotheque. 

Bodega (1220 16th St): This trick - out taqueria with a nightclub in the back is open until 5am. Making it more than a dining experience, its a food truck, speakeasy, nightclub and dance party ALL IN ONE. 

Bâoli (1906 Collins Ave - Lounge):  No matter what you prefer, a garden patio or an indoor scene, Bâoli has both. Come for dinner and stay for the party. The one place that will feed you something instead of just champagne. 

Miami it's one of those cities that has it all, from one of the best climate, to unique food, poolside happy hours all year round and people from all over the world teaching you new words in different languages. Just like in life no matter where you go here, as long as you go with your friends, it's always a PARTY!