When is the last time you visited Lincoln Road? The popular tourist area may be a tad crowded on the weekends and you may have to deal with overzealous hostesses trying to get you to eat at their restaurant, but overall Lincoln Road has its appeal. Even if you aren’t a tourist, locals will find plenty to still love about the perennially popular thoroughfare.
Let’s begin with the Colony Theatre. This Miami Beach mainstay is still one of the few places where you can check out great performances that tend to go under the radar such as a Cuban and Haitian version of the classic play “Our Town”. The theatre will kick off an all-new production called “Queen of Basel” on Saturday.
When you want to find those obscure titles that aren’t available at your local Barnes & Noble, Miami people know the best place to go is Books & Books. If you haven’t been to the one in Coral Gables, the Miami Beach location is definitely worth a visit.
Being accosted by hostesses may be a common occurrence, but that’s not the case at Spris and Rosinella. You can also look forward to happy hour from 5 to 7 pm at Balans.
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