You can’t miss these South Beach hot spots!

Ocean Drive - Photo Courtesy of Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau

Bodega Taqueria y Tequila

Bodega is a speakeasy and lounge located on Alton and 16th Street. As soon as you walk in, you’ll see the Taco Food Truck that serves quick and authentic Mexican street food. While you’re enjoying your food, you may notice people waking into a restroom but not coming back out. Explore behind the scenes of Bodega by walking through the restroom and into their secret lounge. Happy Hour is every day from 4PM-6PM.


Right next to Bodega is Ricky’s Bar and Lounge, open until 5AM. Check out their antique arcade games, unique drinks and delicious Artichoke Pizza.

Miami Beach Botanical Garden

The Miami Beach Botanical Garden is a 2.6-acre urban greenspace in Miami Beach, Florida founded in 1962. It was transformed in 2011 with a $1.2 million landscape renovation designed by South Florida landscape architect Raymond Jungles. The new landscape showcases native Florida plants and trees including bromeliads, palms, cycad, orchids and many others. There is a Japanese garden, native garden and bio-swale, and water gardens including ponds, fountains, and a wetland with mangrove and pond apple trees. The renovation also expanded the Great Lawn area for corporate and social events, established a plant nursery and event plaza, and enhanced the night-time lights, entrance gate, and pathways.

Drink House Fire and Ice

Frost yourself with the “Ice Bar Experience”. Enter their breathtaking, 23-degree winter wonderland constructed from 100,000 pounds of pure glacial ice. The Ice Bar Experience lasts 30-45 minutes so they provide faux fur coats and a pair of gloves to keep you warm before you begin your one-of-a-kind, exhilarating social experience. Enjoy your favorite specialty cocktail, served in a hand-crafted glass made entirely from ice surrounded by professionally carved, custom ice sculptures.

Miami Beach Boardwalk

The Miami Beach Boardwalk begins at Indian Beach Park at 46th Street and Collins Ave. It continues south to 23rd Street, where it becomes a paved surface. The paved portion of the boardwalk continues through the Ocean Drive Promenade to 5th Street. South of 5th street there is also South Pointe Park, which provides nice views of the port of Miami.

South Pointe Park - Photo Courtesy of Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau

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