Crunch , a branch of the New York fave, has great workout equipment, a cool attitude and a slew of classes, from ‘Cardio Striptease’ to...
World Erotic Art Museum
In a neighborhood where no behavior is too shocking, the World Erotic Art Museum screams, ‘Hey! We have a giant golden penis!’ Back in...
While the downstairs caters to folks seeking a mellow, candlelit spot to hear live jazz, soul and funk bands, the upstairs lounge has...
There’s a lot of mediocre Italian in Miami, and you won’t find it here. The rustic, organic menu gets points for raw, vegan dishes such...
Post Office information
Lonely Planet review
Make it a point to mail a postcard from this 1937 deco gem of a post office, the very first South Beach renovation project tackled by preservationists in the '70s. This Depression moderne building in the ‘stripped classic’ style was constructed under President Roosevelt’s reign and funded by the Works Progress Administration (WPA) initiative, which supported artists who were out of work during the Great Depression. On the exterior, note the bald eagle and the turret with iron railings, and inside, a large wall mural of Florida’s Seminole Wars.