At Miami Yogashala , you’ll find a range of classes in guided ashtanga, vinyasa and power yoga, plus private sessions, a yoga boutique...
Bass Museum of Art
The best art museum in Miami Beach has a playfully futuristic facade, a crisp interplay of lines and bright, white wall space – like an...
Craft cocktails are having their moment in Miami, and if mixology is in the spotlight, you can bet Broken Shaker is sharing the glare....
There’s a lot of watered-down Asian cuisine in Miami; Indomania bucks this trend with an authentic execution of dishes from Southeast...
21st St to 46th St · interesting places nearby
What’s trendy in beachwear this season? Seventeenth-century Polish gabardine coats, apparently. There are plenty of skimpily dressed hotties on the Mid-Beach boardwalk, but there are also Orthodox Jews going about their business in the midst of gay joggers, strolling tourists and sunbathers. Nearby are numerous condo buildings occupied by middle-class Latinos and Jews, who walk their dogs and play with their kids here, giving the entire place a laid-back, real-world vibe that contrasts with the nonstop glamour of South Beach.