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The Miami Design District is a neighborhood dedicated to innovative fashion, design, architecture and dining experiences. The vision for a rejuvenated Design District was codified in an urban master plan developed by the award-winning master...more
All reviews window shopping high end stores louis vuitton rodeo drive designer stores luxury brands bal harbour expensive shops art galleries valet parking walk around great shopping few hours hermes shoppers midtown neighborhood
The Design District is full of restaurants and high end shops. You have to try "Estefan's Kitchen". Excellent cuban food. It is owned by Gloria and Emilio Estefan, famous Cuban signer. They have music and people get up to dance. Best Mojito!!! You can walk...More
If you love art, design, fashion and/or architecture, this is the place for you! Surrounding the beautifully built luxury shops are incredible art installations and a number or restaurants to choose from!
For the first time and definitely not the last time, we went this Friday to the Design District for their free outdoor concert. Oh Boy! What a beautiful experience we had.
This place is filled with the most fashionable sophisticated stores and amazing restaurants.
A feast for the eyes if you like looking at unique clothing, jewelry, furniture design etc and one of a kind items with prices that will drop your jaw. Do you like $3,500 tennis shoes? $7,500 bags,
$600 shirts? jewelry pieces that are heavy into...More
Response from AdriannaNY | Reviewed this property |
Absolutely. I think shopping is the best solo:) no one is nagging you to hurry up. Also the bars and restaurants around are perfect to stop by get a glass of wine and check the balance on your credit card. Enjoy
Response from jmY3041GL | Reviewed this property |
I don’t think there is much to do at night here. It’s basically a street with high end retail. But you can go close to there. Midtown has a lot of cool solo spots as does Brickell. Both are very close to the design district.