Romantic date in Miami: three itineraries to make it fun and unforgettable
Art, historic buildings, great food and dance floors: these tours are perfect for couples to celebrate their love while having a great time getting to know each other South Florida
In hay Miami you can find more than one way to have a memorable date. (Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau)
You are on vacation in Miamiand you want to invite your partner for a walk through the city that allows them to build memories. But you don't know the area and you are overwhelmed by the torrent of options. You don't want to ask the hotel concierge or a guide you met on the beach, because they'd probably point you to sites associated with their jobs.
If you want your destinations to be close to each other and Fun, intimate and special, these three memorable date itineraries are what you're looking for.
Allapattah to Wynwood
The Rubell Museum is ideal for an intimate walk. (Rubell Museum)
First stop will be the Rubell Museum, in the Allapattah neighborhood, an art lover's paradise contemporary. It has one of the largest private collections in the country. Don and Mera RubellThey have more than 7,200 pieces by more than 1,000 artists. The space has 40 galleries. Here, you and your partner can lose yourself in several hours of quiet intimacy.
For lunch you won't have to go far. Located in the museum is the sophisticated and luxurious Leku. Enjoy elegant cocktails and the rich flavors of the Basque coast of Spain.
In addition to being one of the fashionable neighborhoods, Wynwood is also an open-air art gallery. (EFE/Giorgio Viera)
Just eight minutes away by Uber, in the Wynwood neighborhood, is Lagniappe(pronounced lan-yap), with its more than 150 wines and beers, and a very eclectic patio where you can enjoy live music. Also, Wynwood is itself an outdoor art gallery.
The Tower Theater was declared by USA Today as “one of the 10 best places to see a movie in all its glory”.
The Tower Theatre, with its architecture Art Deco and its 40-foot steel tower, it is “one of the 10 best places to see a movie in all its glory,” as declared by USA Today in 2011. Under the Under the auspices of the Miami Film Festival, the Tower offers a fresh lineup of independent and foreign films. And it is well known that the seventh art has long been the place for romantic dates par excellence.
Just across the street, on the other side of Calle 8, is El Cristo Restaurant. Do not be surprised by its religious name, you will not find Biblical references in this establishment. What you will find is a sober place that serves excellent Cuban food. They also make very good cafecito, as the locals call espresso.
The setting of Ball & Chain is one of the best places to enjoy live music in Miami. (Ball & Chain/Sean Pozin)
To close the night you won't have to stray far either. On the same block, just a few steps away, is Ball & Chain, a bar that has been on the same premises on and off since 1935. Today it is one of the best clubs in the city to spend the night dancing. The pineapple-shaped stage, located in the courtyard, is considered the best in Miami for listening to live music.
South Beach is synonymous with Art Deco architecture.
With some 800 designated buildings of interest, the Art Deco Historic District< /b>in Miami Beach is the largest concentration of this style of architecture in all of the United States. You can explore it on a tour that mixes architecture with stories from Hollywood, mobsters and celebrities.
In South Beach itself you can enjoy Strawberry Moon, the Pharrell Williams' restaurant next to the Goodtime Hotel, also owned by the singer.
The party doesn't stop at Mango's Tropical Cafe.
Mango's Tropical Café, on Ocean Drive, is a good place to end the night. For decades it has remained one of the nightclubs preferred by tourists from all over the world. You can expect live shows, good music and strong drinks.