I think I’ve now procrastinated to the perfect timing for recapping our 24 hours in Miami now that it’s been just long enough for me wish I was back at the beach. I always go through the whole “I’m ready to be in my own bed” phase, and then end up changing my tune after t-minus one week of being back to the regular grind at home. I guess the grass is always greener on the other side, isn’t it?
Nevertheless, we always make sure to jam pack as many cool stops in along the way, and you guys are always full of awesome recommendations! We stayed at the Thompson Miami Beach, and holy gorgeousness, I wanted to steal our entire room and stash it in my suitcase. It’s one big, photogenic ball of mid century goodness…
Case in point, the most darling little bar cart/refrigerator combo I’ve ever seen a hotel, plus it’s right on South Beach but just far enough from the main tourist drag that it’s still kind of quiet and relaxing, with lots to do nearby.
I’m also contemplating throwing a circus party and/or pool party in the studio just so I can snag some of these striped cabanas for good reason.
We had cocktails by the pool when we first arrived and then wanted to venture out for dinner, and ended up just a few blocks down Collins Avenue on the patio of The Tavern, which was close (I was getting hangry) and actually really good while still being reasonably priced. We stopped by The Broken Shaker afterwards, and I’d definitely recommend going there just before sunset. It’s got such a cute vibe, but loses some of it’s charm after dark.
The next day we explored some of the historic Art Deco architecture along Collins, but we made the mistake of trying to drive there. I’d HIGHLY recommend parking farther away or checking into your hotel and then Uber from there. We seriously must have spent 40 minutes trying to find a place to park!
We then proceeded to take an abnormal amount of pictures of ourselves in front of every wall within a 1 mile radius of Wynwood Kitchen. Of course, this was after we figured out that the walls were scattered all over and started with the Wynwood Kitchen entrace. Totally didn’t get that at first! Some of the best walls are once you exit Wynwood Walls gated area and go around behind it along Dorsey Avenue and 26th. The hidden cake wall has an entrance right near Zak The Baker (which is delicious and adorable!), which is where this photo was from.
We also got some recommendations for other stops that we didn’t get to squeeze in from other Instagram followers that you can see here. Have you all ever visited Miami? I’m sure we missed a ton of places, but the ones we did catch were definitely our style! I’d love to hear some other recs for next time, though!
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