Sample the city at one of our many food halls
Three years ago, the closest thing we had to a “food hall” in Miami was the bounty that is the Dadeland food court. Now you can’t park your car without finding a food hall full of some of the city’s best restaurants, headlined by the TimeOut Market and Lincoln Eatery in South Beach, St. Roch Market in the Design District, The Citadel in Little Haiti and 1-800 Lucky in Wynwood.
It’s not a REAL night out in Miami unless someone, at some point, at least suggests going to E11even. And why not? Where else can you stroll in at 3:30am, stand next to an indiscernible pro athlete at the tip rail, tuck dollars in a dancer’s g-string, probably see Rick Ross do a couple songs, then confusingly walk out $450 poorer as the sun rises over what’s left of your dignity?
You’ll either feel a lot better, or, like, exponentially worse after a long night out, if you head to South Pointe Park and watch the sunrise. Enjoy the light purples and oranges creeping up from the horizon from the waist-deep ocean water, or sit on a hilltop with views of the flickering skyline and try and forget there are people getting up to exercise.