The Lincoln Road Antique & Collectible Market is one of the premier venues for stylish Vintage items in South Florida. Located on Lincoln Road Mall, expect to find vintage fashion and jewelry, furniture, art deco items, and paintings. It’s the perfect place to spend your Sunday, definitely a must visit and fun for the whole family. Plus, you never know what treasures you might find. The market is open every second Sunday from 9am-5pm, between the 800 and 1000 blocks of Lincoln Road and Drexel Avenue.
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.
OK – Here’s what you need to know : 1. Pizza Rustica is almost always busy, but it’s worth the wait. 2. the pizza selection is Huge 3. open really late 4. enjoy a huge square-slice-of-pizza & soda for about $7 bucks – that pretty much sums it! Enjoy.
667 Lincoln Road Mall
South Beach runs on caffeine — hence the Starbucks throughout the city. But you’re on vacation in Miami Beach & ready to satisfy your caffeine fix with a Cuban coffee. Right? Good! Stop by the counter window at Abuela’s Cuban Kitchen and order the Cafe con Leche, Colada or Cafecito. The window service is quick – so you’ll be caffeinated and back to shopping on Lincoln Road in no time. Enjoy!
Cafecito or Café Cubano: served in a small espresso cup – very similar to an Italian espresso (very strong and super sweet).
Colada – normally served from a large Styrofoam cup and comes with a stack of 4 or 5 thimble size plastic cups. Colada is basically a Large Cafe Cubano and is meant to be shared (now make some friends).
Cortadito - This is a Cafecito with milk…sorta like a cappucino.
Cafe con Leche – basically a Cafe au Lait or “Latin latte” – hot, steamed milk with a shot of Cuban coffee.
Abuela’s Cuban Kitchen
1654 Meridian Avenue @ Lincoln Road Mall
No visit to Miami Beach would be complete without a stroll along the popular and scenic Miami Beach Boardwalk. The boardwalk (wooden portion) begins at 46th Street and Collins Avenue and 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. Biking and rollerblading are allowed on the paved portions only. Enjoy!
Experience the best of South Beach with the South Beach Local Bus. Ride for only 25¢ per trip. Buses run every 12 to 20 minutes daily, stopping at popular destinations throughout SoBe. All buses are air-conditioned and wheelchair accessible for your convenience.
So climb aboard and leave the walking for a leisurely stroll down Lincoln Road Mall or Española Way. Or take the South Beach Local down to South Pointe Park for a view of Fisher Island and cruise ships sailing out of the Port of Miami. Hop on again and ride in comfort to any of your favorite places on Washington Avenue. The South Beach Local makes getting around SoBe a breeze. Here’s the Bus Route!
As nightfall sets on Halloween (October 31), Lincoln Road Mall becomes ground-zero for Miami’s biggest -craziest – spookiest and best Halloween celebration. Thousands of local and out-of-town zombies, vampires, and super-heroes take over the mall and turn this normally peaceful promenade into the zaniest place in the city. Get your costume ready and enjoy – it’s gonna be a blast! See More Halloween Photos Here