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“Italian dining & a ritzy international vibe in nautical-style environs with a bayside terrace.”
  • 18 locals recommend
Hotel Pool
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“This chic nightclub atop the Viceroy Hotel has Miami views, a pool, a nightly DJ & dancing.”
  • 23 locals recommend
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“Refined Mexican fare in a glitzy space with outdoor patio, authentic curios & adjacent food market.”
  • 24 locals recommend
American Restaurant
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“Outpost of the upscale steakhouse chain offers classic American fare & a clubby, refined setting. ”
  • 13 locals recommend
Spa
  • 4 locals recommend
Lodging
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Lodging
“This luxe all-suite beachfront hotel overlooking the Atlantic Ocean is opposite the Bass Museum of Art, and 11 miles from Miami International Airport. ”
  • 2 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“Excellent part of your daily run, occasional stroll or whimsical walkabout. River and ocean views.”
  • 2 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“If you are looking to see the city by bicycle these rental stations are conveniently located throughout the Miami and South Beach. For more info please visit: www.citibikemiami.com”
  • 3 locals recommend
Premise
“The Miami Circle, also known as The Miami River Circle, Brickell Point, or The Miami Circle at Brickell Point Site, is an archaeological site in Downtown Miami, Florida. It consists of a perfect circle measuring 38 feet (11.5m) of 600 postmolds that contain 24 holes or basins cut into the limestone bedrock, on a coastal spit of land, surrounded by a large number of other 'minor' holes. It is the only known evidence of a prehistoric permanent structure cut into the bedrock in the Eastern United States, and considerably predates other known permanent settlements on the East Coast.”
  • 1 local recommends
Point of Interest
“The Miami Circle, also known as The Miami River Circle, Brickell Point, or The Miami Circle at Brickell Point Site, is an archaeological site in Downtown Miami, Florida. It consists of a perfect circle measuring 38 feet (11.5m) of 600 postmolds that contain 24 holes or basins cut into the limestone bedrock, on a coastal spit of land, surrounded by a large number of other 'minor' holes. It is the only known evidence of a prehistoric permanent structure cut into the bedrock in the Eastern United States, and considerably predates other known permanent settlements on the East Coast.”
  • 2 locals recommend
Real Estate Agency
“Great Area to Relax and get to know part of the nightlife Miami has to offer!”
  • 2 locals recommend
Street Address
“Icon Brickell Viceroy is on Brickell Avenue’s financial district, close to art galleries in the Design District and the indulgences of South Beach.”
  • 2 locals recommend
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Restaurant
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Route
“The Miami Riverwalk is a pedestrian walkway located in Downtown Miami, Florida. It extends along the north side of the Miami River and the Biscayne Bay through Bayfront Park. It begins at Bayside Marketplace and ends at the Riverwalk Metromover Station and is about one mile long.[1] The Riverwalk is a part of a broader project known as the Miami River Greenway which also includes an incomplete greenway on along the south side of the river.[2] Many shops and cafes are located along the riverwalk, and it was recently redone with public artwork.[3] The riverwalk passes under the Brickell Avenue Bridge, built in 1915, carrying Brickell Avenue. The Riverwalk itself was built in the 1980s.[4] Since 2008, the Miami Riverwalk Festival has been held in November,[5] which includes a lot of free and cultural entertainment.”
  • 1 local recommends