SOUTH BEACH POP UP SHOP LOCATIONS
Below are a few of the locations and local happenings in South Beach. Because when choosing a pop up shop location we find it is essential to have as much information as possible about the location you choose.
ART DECO WEEKEND
Explore the heart of the Art Deco Historic District in January with more than 80 planned events, including art exhibits, parades & culinary offerings.
SOUTH BEACH WINE & FOOD FESTIVAL PRESENTED BY FOOD & WINE
Recognized as America’s most prestigious gourmet gathering, this star-studded event held in February is a must on the to-do list.
ULTRA MUSIC FESTIVAL
ULTRA brings together more than 55,000 electronic music fans to party to the biggest DJs in the world.
WINTER MUSIC CONFERENCE
Held in March, WMC is a gathering that draws international talent and sets the stage for what’s to come in the Electronic Music Scene.
MIAMI FASHION WEEK
Hosted in May, it's the only fashion week that’s dedicated to resort and pre-spring collections.
MERCEDES BENZ FASHION WEEK SWIM
Held in July, Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Swim provides a world-class runway platform for designers to launch swimwear and resort collections
MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AUTO SHOW
Attend one of the world’s most prominent car shows, which is hosted every November and features the latest models from top auto manufacturers.
ART BASEL MIAMI BEACH
The art world comes together for Art Basel Miami in December, where contemporary and modern work is celebrated Miami-style.
Some Local Neighborhoods
Contemporary yet historical, tiny but diverse, South Beach—Miami Beach’s long southern stretch down to its tip at South Pointe Park—commands hyperbole. It is the Miami stereotype come alive. The action centers on Ocean Drive and Collins Avenue between 5th Street to the south and Lincoln Road to the north. Hyper-tanned rollerbladers glide along the beach down Ocean Drive past whimsical, pastel-hued art deco buildings. Eurotrash and celebs rub oiled shoulders with artists, hipsters and a sprinkling of local stock in the sidewalk cafés, designer boutiques, lounge bars and dusk-to-dawn clubs.
Then there's the turquoise ocean, the waving palm trees and the delicious blue skies. Hip scenes are at the likes of Nikki Beach Club and Mansion by world-class hotels.
South of 5th Street
The lower swathe of South Beach below 5th Street (known as South of Fifth Street or, more cutely, SoFi) is quietly hip, tucked off the tawdry main drag. You'll find one of the Beach's best restaurants here in Joe's Stone Crab, known worldwide for its succulent crab claws and creamy key lime pie. For a cheaper bill and a dress code that leans towards sandy feet and beach wraps, head to Big Pink for enormous portions of diner food, including excellent cakes and pies (it's open late too).
A wonderful respite from the urban madness is South Pointe Park, a verdant spot on the very tip of Miami Beach. Surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean and Government Cut channel, the aquatic highway for cruise ships, it provides wonderful views.
South Pointe Park
Bass Museum of Art
Miami Beach, FL
Key Biscayne, FL
Coral Gables, FL
Miami Shores, FL
West Little River, FL
Miami Springs, FL
Coral Terrace, FL
South Miami, FL
North Miami, FL
Glenvar Heights, FL