Naked Wardrobe Travel Guide: Miami


A city filled with diversity and culture, Miami has become a popular tourist destination for people around the globe. Known for its Cuban-flare (+Cuban sandwiches), laid-back lifestyle, beaches, and of course JLo, this eclectic city has so much to offer, from great food to bustling night-life. Here is our guide to food, fashion, and fun in this lively city.
Wynwood Art District: Home to the famous Wynwood Walls, this art district captures the Miami street art culture, showcasing work from some of the best artists from around the city and is filled with galleries, museums, bars and street art. Known for its edgy flair and colorful, art-covered streets, the Wynwood Art District is one of the most unique parts of Miami.
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Food nearby: [Kush] [The Salty Doughnut] [Caja Caliente]

The Versace Mansion: Once the home of world famous designer Gianni Versace, this extraordinary mansion sits on Miami’s busy Ocean Drive. Now one of the many tourist attractions on South Beach, the mansion doubles as a restaurant and hotel. You can stay in one of the many eclectic suites, grab a drink at the bar, or take a dip in the mosaic-covered pool.
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Food nearby: [Yardbird Southern Table & Bar] [Pane & Vino] [La Sandwicherie]

Brickell: Brickell is known for being Miami’s financial district and is part of the city’s urban center. Filled with ocean-side skyscrapers, Brickell is becoming one the city’s new up and coming neighborhoods. With a great location and many options for art, culture, and food, Miami locals are suggesting Brickell is the new place to be when avoiding crazy tourists.
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Food nearby: [Pilo’s Street Tacos] [1111 Peruvian Bistro] [Zuuk Mediterranean Kitchen]

Coconut Grove: A more relaxed part of Miami, Coconut Grove is a change of pace from the bustling city and the crowded tourist centers. Right off Biscayne Bay, this neighborhood has many great restaurants and cafes. And while you are there, you can also visit the Vizcaya Museum and Garden, an extravagant villa with incredible architecture and beautiful scenery.
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Food nearby: [Toa Café] [Cardon y El Tirano] [The Spillover]

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