24 Hours in Miami

You only have 24 hours in Miami, you’re overwhelmed—there’s just so many things you could do! Well, for every hour of that day, if you ever find yourself without something to do, we’ve got you covered. Here’s a little something special for every hour, on the hour, plus a map to help you get there.

6am: Make it a Point

If you’ve found yourself watching the sunrise with panoramic views of Downtown and South Beach at South Pointe Park, you’re doing it right.

South Pointe Park
South Pointe Beach

7am: Cycle on SoBe

There’s no better way to see SoBe than by bike. Lucky for you, you can find Deco Bikes dotted all along the beach. Happy cycling!

8am: Yogaaaah

Balance out the Miami debauchery with a much-needed soothing hot yoga session at Brickell Hot Yoga. Trust us, you’ll be glad you got in a good sweat later.

9am: Acai You

If you start the day with a fresh and healthy acai bowl from the charming, locals-only Under the Mango Tree, you won’t feel so bad about that extra cocktail later.

Under The Mango Tree Miami
Under The Mango Tree

10am: Front row seat

Virginia Key is home to one of Miami’s hidden treasures, Marine Stadium, which housed powerboat racing shows. Grab a jet ski from Jet Ski Miami and check it out!

11am: Retail therapy

Peruse wares old and new at our favorite hidden boutiques: The Rabbit Hole, Fly Boutique and MIMO Market Clothing Boutique.

12pm: Get Me to the Greek

We want Greek food, and we want it now! And those who know Miami, will know the only place we’ll go is Mandolin. One greek sampler, stat.

1pm: La Dolce Vita

Part cafe, part sculpture garden, and also part of a cute square of shops, find Limited Edition Caffe & Vino Buono for your afternoon aperitivi.

2pm: The Grove

Your foodie tour of Coconut Grove should include the locally loved frozen lemonade at A C’s Icees, pita sandwiches at The Last Carrot, and Indian treats at Bombay Darbar.

3pm: Go JoJo

An omakase tea experience with a story in every sip is probably something you’ve never tried before. Go check it off your list at JoJo Tea.

JoJo Tea Miami
Tea Omakase photo via @SipJoJo

4pm: All About Aesthetics

Get carried away by all of the fabulous galleries and shops in the Miami Design District. Stop by En Avance, MRKT Deux, OTL, and the de la Cruz Collection.

5pm: Close to Cuba

You’re not technically in Cuba, but if you’re enjoying a Cubano and cortadito at Enriqueta’s in Midtown, you’re pretty darn close.

6pm: A little love

There’s a lot to love in Little Havana, especially the freshly squeezed juices at Los Pinarenos Fruteria and creative soft-serve flavors at Azucar Ice Cream.

7pm: Street Style

If you’re looking for a little inspiration, look no further than the Wynwood Walls to browse Miami’s up-and-coming local artists. Pick up a sandwich from Zak the Baker while you’re at it!

Wynwood Miami
Wynwood

8pm: Hey, Cabaret?

Invite a friend, or a stranger, to a fabulous evening of cabaret and art at The Faena’s theater. Tacos at Taquiza after, you know, just to balance it out.

9pm: Oh My Myumi

The deliciously fresh, and not to mention well-priced omakase at Myumi—which also happens to be a food truck, will leave you saying oh my!

10pm: Mi Casa, Cu Casa

Find time for a little romance under the lush greenery and twinkly lights at local staple Casa Tua, the perfect place for a little nightcap and dessert.

11pm: Get Lucky

Whether you go home with someone tonight or not, you’ll get lucky if you end up in the 10,000-square-foot Asian-inspired food market that is 1-800-LUCKY.

12am: If it Ain’t Broke

There’s nothing we’d fix about Broken Shaker. It’s the perfect combo of crafted cocktails, poolside ambiance, beautiful people and vibey music.

1am: Oo La La

Cheeses, charcuterie, wine, live jazz, and a moon-lit garden all make Lagniappe a swoon-worthy place for a late-night outing.

2am: Dear Anderson

A quick ode to The Anderson Bar, an unpretentious watering hole with a killer Smoked Out cocktail and 80s-inspired surroundings.

The Anderson Bar
Smoked Out cocktail photo via The Anderson

3am: Food Coma

If you still can’t sleep, the eats at Melinda’s Mezcal & Nacho Bar, Rácket, or Mama Tried will surely put you in a food coma for the remainder of the evening.

4am: Put Baby in The Corner

A Miami mainstay, The Corner has been a favorite for locals who love a well-crafted cocktail, the occasional live jazz music, and the definite sandwich through the early morning.

5am: Got Change?

You might think it’s strange we’d suggest going to a laundry spot at 5am, but Mary’s Coin Laundry in Coconut Grove also serves up authentic Cuban eats 24/7.

Mary's Coin Laundry
Mary’s Coin Laundry by @crrieandrsn

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