The Polo Life, LLC presents the ninth annual La Martina Miami Beach Polo World Cup, the world’s largest and most prestigious Beach Polo competition.It takes place from April 24th to April 27th between 20th and 22nd Streets. All Miami Beach Polo World Cup matches are held directly on the beach.
For more information on the tournament and the events or to purchase VIP tickets, visit www.miamipolo.com or call 305-538-3809.
Come out and enjoy the movie “GRAVITY” (Wednesday, April 16,2014) at the Miami Beach SoundScape on a soaring, 7,000-square-foot projection wall. Bring a blanket, share a picnic dinner and enjoy the movie with friends and family! Admission to the Wednesday night movie is free to the public and does not require a ticket.
Miami Beach SoundScape
500 17th Street
Miami Beach, FL 33139
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If your idea of relaxing is to while the day away at a sidewalk cafe, sipping espresso and observing passersby – then Paul Maison de Qualite´ is your spot. Paul Bakery is a quaint French cafe that occupies a great people-watching corner on Lincoln Road. There’s also a nice umbrella-covered outdoor seating area. The cafe is open everyday from 7:30 a.m. -10:00 p.m. and I hear that the chocolate croissant is a must-try. Enjoy your day!
450 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach FL 33140
Our great climate and rich soil guarantee that Miami-area farms are growing some of Florida’s freshest and most delicious produce. The Lincoln Road Farmers Market showcases this local bounty every Sunday from 9 am to 6:30 pm. The market takes place on Lincoln Road between Washington Avenue and Meridian Avenue.
For more info: www.themarketcompany.org
Fried Chicken Taco – jalapeño cornbread, cabbage, ancho ranch
Huahua’s is a great addition to the Lincoln Road Mall neighborhood. They’re serving-up fresh ingredients at reasonable prices with fast and friendly service. I snapped the above photo just before my introductory bite @ Huahua’s…the fried chicken tacos were delectable.
So, for about $10 you can grub on three tasty tacos piled high with your choice of ten fillings from Chili Rubbed Shrimp to BBQ Short Ribs. The place is small with limited inside seating but the umbrella-covered outdoor space is a nice touch. Grab a margarita and enjoy!
1211 Lincoln Road (West of Alton Road)
Ride the South Beach Local Bus!
Ride for only 25¢ per trip. Buses run every 12 to 20 minutes daily. The Local route runs along Washington Avenue from 23rd Street to First Street, then back up Alton Road and back toward the Convention Center. All buses are air-conditioned and wheelchair accessible for your convenience. Here’s the Website.
The weather is great – so hop on a DecoBike!
DECOBIKE is the Official City of Miami Beach Bike Sharing & Rental program. It’s a really convenient & healthy way to get around Miami Beach. The Program features a network of 100 solar-powered bike rental & sharing stations (DECOSTATIONS) with a fleet of 1,000 custom DECOBIKES. Bikes are accessible 24 hours per day and rental rates start at $4 for a thirty minute access pass. Check out the DECOBIKE website for more info.
Get Swooped Up By SWOOP MIAMI!
Swoop Miami is a free shuttle service that cruises around South Beach and swoops you up in really cool 6-passenger electric golf carts. They’ll take you anywhere South Beach for free. Just call or send a text message with your location to 305-409-6636 and they’ll arrive within 15 minutes. SWOOP runs every day, from 12 noon until 2:00 am.
Visit Mayors to discover a masterpiece collection of rare, hand-chosen diamonds carefully crafted to radiate exceptional beauty and timeless elegance like this four-row brilliant-cut diamond necklace set in platinum.
1000 Lincoln Road Mall
Miami Beach, FL
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Embark in a fun and delicious culinary food tour adventure through the authentic flavors of the diverse cultures which elevate the soul of Miami on these exclusive culinary walking tours of South Beach, Wynwood and Little Havana. Miami Culinary Tours offers 2-3 hour food tasting and cultural walking tours to off-the-beaten-path eateries. Their guided food tours in Miami are non-touristy, and offer a local experience so you feel like a native at the end of the tour.
Stroll with Miami Culinary Tours and stop at seven locations along the way and learn about the cultural aspects of each of the dishes you will be tasting. When you have an appetite for adventure get ready to savor the diverse cultural community of Miami through hand-picked family run restaurants, kitchens of celebrated chefs, generational bakeries, best kept secret food shops and ethnic eateries. Click Here to Read More