The Wynwood Yard
Local chefs head to The Wynwood Yard to unveil new dishes and test innovative recipes at communal picnic tables and relaxed digs. DJs, DIY days, and pop-up events (like Renegade!) are also regular occurrences at the vibrant, mural-decorated yard.
Comfortable kitsch meets a truly multicultural menu that merges fresh local ingredients with global techniques at 27. Located in a 1930s architectural gem, 27 serves award-winning dishes at their quaint, comfortable home.
Industrial chic decor backdrops a stunning array of wood-fired, Asian-influenced dishes. A wood burning grill takes center stage–and adds olfactory delight–as you enjoy wagyu beef and duck breast.
Discover artfully plated dishes and new flavors at Alter’s neon-lit reclaimed warehouse.
Korean classics from Banh Mi to Pork Buns are served alongside fusion dishes like Korean ‘Tater Tots’ and ‘KFC’ (Korean Fried Chicken).
Enjoy Mediterranean, Asian and Latin fusion bites soundtracked by live DJs in R House’s dining / gallery and exhibition space.
Comfort food is served in a sophisticated setting alongside an extensive bourbon menu that includes three variations on an Old Fashioned.
Sip on an anything-but-traditional Byblos Old Fashioned–old forester bourbon, Havana club rum, bitters & house-blended sweet Turkish coffee syrup–while enjoying the most beautiful and bright, Eastern Mediterranean-influenced space.
Pastel walls and pale wood accents frame OTL’s go-to brunch menu of egg-and-cheese sandwiches and coffee. The perfect place to recap your night with friends and sip a strong cappuccino, OTL also hosts yoga, meditations, and pop-up events to help you recover.
Serving possibly the highest quality coffee in Miami, All Day uses beans from thoughtfully selected roasters to brew the perfect cup. The coffee hub also serves a sophisticated menu of egg-centric and Cuban inspired dishes.
An ode to all things bread, and testament to the prowess of good Kosher bakeries, this Wynwood gem is as good as it is busy.
Zak the Baker
Black and white zig-zag tile floors greet you at Mister Block Cafe’s art-centric, coffee-lovin’ digs.
Mister Block Cafe
Grab a freshly-baked maple bacon or guava and cheese donut to enjoy at The Salty Donut’s bright space equipped with communal tables.
The Salty Donut
Plant the Future
A celebration of biophilia–love of plants–combined with design and architecture, Plant the Future offers living art installations for your home. Find their collaborative installations all around the city, from Soho Beach House to the Faena Hotel.
Offering curated goods inspired by Mediterranean ease, Mrs. Mandolin is the place to find locally-made ceramics and beautiful table linens.
Offering an extensive selection of handmade paper goods, and maker-crafted gifts, this lovely space is an ode to beautiful design, and the little details that make everyday occasions special.
Shop ethical and sustainable–yet affordable!–brands at this inspiring Wynwood hub.
A concept space by carbon fiber eyewear pioneer Dirocco, this tribute to vintage motor vehicles boasts rugged handcrafted items, espresso drinks, and leather couches.
Brothers and Brawlers
Wynwood Art Walk
Combine a happenin’ block party with a museum opening and you’ll get Wynwood Art Walk: a monthly event that features renowned artists, DJs, and gourmet food trucks aplenty.
Rubell Family Collection
Discover your new favorite artist at the Rubell Family Collection Museum, located in a repurposed DEA warehouse (a ‘confiscated goods facility’ to be exact). Already renowned and quickly expanding, the collection has featured artists from Jean-Michel Basquiat and Keith Haring to Yayoi Kusama and Cindy Sherman.
Historically one of the most lively and well-loved neighborhoods in town, this nightlife magnet also boasts some of the most beautiful architectural gems in Miami.
Once a private estate and now a beloved museum, Villa Vizcaya’s coiffed gardens coupled with Baroque architecture and cherubic sculptures makes for the most idyllic Sunday stroll.