South Beach may be considered the apex of South Florida hotspots, but there is much more to explore this summer than just the famously popular area on the barrier island of Miami Beach. Check out the Brickell and Overtown areas just beyond the MacArthur Causeway and you’ll notice lots of notable sights on the Miami River.
East, Miami is one of the newest buildings to open in the Miami River District and is notable for its uniquely bright architecture. You’ll find 352 rooms plus a great restaurant on the ground floor called Quinto La Huella serving up Uruguayan-inspired beef.
For some more great dining, check out Seaspice on North River Drive. The nautically themed eatery is found within a renovated warehouse along the river and it’s not unusual to see guests arriving by boat. If you can’t make it for dinner, there is also a fantastic brunch.
El Tucán on First Avenue is a throwback to the classic days of Havana and has a strong Cuban classicism vibe. The nine-course Latin flavored tasting menu is perfect for large groups and there is a Cuban cabaret from the 1940s performed live.
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