According to a report by the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau, Miami Beach, Florida attracts about 3.3 million international visitors per year.
But, if you haven’t been here in a few years, you’re missing out on some new and developing attractions. Let’s unpack the Top New Attractions in Miami Beach, Florida.
Top New Restaurants
- Dale Street Food – Located on NW 2nd Ave in Smorgasburg Miami this brand-new restaurant which opened in March of 2023 is serving up Contemporary Cuban-made, Asian-inspired food.
- Joliet – Located on 17th St, this exciting restaurant that opened in 2022 brings New Orleans flavor and vibes to Miami Beach. Notably, though, Joliet doesn’t overdo the New Orleans theme, just dropping an occasional gumbo and po’ boy here and there. However, many dishes have a Cajun flair, such as crab Louie salad, baked oysters, and blackened red snapper.
- Tambourine Room by Tristan Brandt – Located on Collins Ave, this recently re-imagined restaurant sits in Carillon Miami Wellness Resort and serves classic French cuisine with Asian influences. The menu rotates regularly.
- The Julia Hotel – Located on Collins Ave in Miami Beach, The Julia Hotel opened in March 2023 just under half a mile from Lummus Park Beach. The 3-star non-smoking hotel has air-conditioned rooms with a private bathroom and free WiFi. It’s also conveniently located near the Jewish Museum of Florida, the Art Deco Historic District, and Lummus Park.
- Faena Hotel – Also located on Collins Ave, Faena Hotel opened in 2015. It’s an award-winning luxury hotel in Miami Beach with gorgeous suites, superb dining, a private beach club, and more.
- The Elser Miami – Located in downtown Miami’s vibrant Biscayne Bay with a great view of the skyline. The Elser Miami is a luxury hotel destination that boasts 49 stories and excellent amenities.
- Time Out Market on Miami Beach – located on Drexel Ave Time Out Market on Miami Beach opened its doors in May 2020. At the food and cultural market, you’ll find outstanding food from the city’s best chefs and restaurateurs. you’ll also enjoy cocktails from Miami mixologists and new cultural experiences.
- Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts – Located on Biscayne Blvd, the Adrienne Arsht Center for Performing Arts is one of the largest performing arts centers in the United States. It’s home to the Zoetic Stage, the Florida Grand Opera, and the Miami City Ballet. It also boasts occasional appearances by the New World Symphony and Cleveland Orchestra.
- Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science – opened its doors in 1960 at the Coconut Grove location across from Vizcaya Museum and Gardens. However, it relocated to Museum Park in the downtown area adjacent to the Perez Art Museum Miami in 2017. The museum boasts interactive opportunities and a 500,000-gallon Gulf Stream aquarium that houses all sorts of sea creatures. It also boasts a planetarium dome with monthly laser light shows.
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