Varied and enjoyable shopping opportunities await in breezy open-air venues or closed air-conditioned megamalls and department stores alike.
Interior design, art and furniture flourish in the Design District, and shopping on Miami Beach’s Collins Avenue can be paired with celebrity-spotting. Or visit designer boutiques at Bal Harbour or mainstream chains at Bayside Marketplace. For more exotic tastes, check out Little Havana or Española Way on Sunday afternoons.
Bal Harbour Shops
Here you will find exclusive shopping, offering many well-known American and European designer shops. Refreshments can be enjoyed in a tropical garden setting, artwork can be admired in the Bal Harbour Gallery or you can get pampered in one of the beauty salons.
|Address:||9700 Collins Ave Bal Harbour, Miami|
|Phone:||+1 305 866 0311|
Bayside Market Place
This open-air shopping center offers more than 100 high-end shops as well as cafes, bars and restaurants. Street performers, live music and even boat tours add to the shopping experience.
|Address:||401 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami|
|Phone:||+1 305 577 3344|
|Opening Hours:||Monday-Thursday 10am-10pm, Friday-Saturday 10am-11pm, Sunday 11am-9pm|
Downtown Miami offers many shops easily reached by the free underground Metromover. The area also houses the Miami Jewelry District on Flagler Street (Metromover to Miami Avenue station). The website can help you find specific shops or items.
Lively CocoWalk combines 40-something shops with restaurants, outdoor cafes, and a movie theater in a European style open-air site. It is open late every day while restaurants and nightclubs remain open even later– until 3am.
|Address:||3015 Grand Avenue, Coconut Grove, Miami|
|Phone:||+1 305 444 0777|
|Opening Hours:||Daily 10am-10pm. Nightclubs and bars close at 3am.|
|Subway:||Metrobus for Coconut Grove|
Near the airport, the Dolphin Mall is full of top-brand outlets, making it heaven on earth for shopaholics. A shuttle bus takes visitors to the mall from the airport or from downtown from Monday to Saturday.
|Address:||11401 Northwest 12th Street, Miami|
|Phone:||+1 305 365 7446|
|Opening Hours:||Monday-Saturday 10am-9:30pm, Sunday 11am-8pm|
|Subway:||Dolphin Mall Shuttle|
Once known as the Fifth Avenue of the South, Lincoln Road pedestrian mall in South Beach is a haven for shoppers. A mix of international, local, and one-of-a-kind shops are blended among cafés, restaurants, and several art galleries. Nearby Collins Avenue offers a more upscale cosmopolitan shopping experience – the must-shop spot after spending the day on the beach. Other one-of-a-kind shops can be found on Washington Avenue and Española Way.
Miami Design District
If you’re interested in buying art or in the art of interior design, you should head to the Miami Design District. Here you will find over 130 galleries, shops, antique boutiques alongside restaurants and bars.
|Address:||3841 Northeast 2nd Avenue, Suite 400, Miami|
|Phone:||+1 305 722 7100|
|More Info:||Between NE 36th and 41st Streets|
Take a break from the American shopping and go straight into old Cuba on Calle Ocho (SW 8th Street). There is a variety of shops and gift shops full of goods imported from Latin America.
|Address:||Southwest 8th Street, Little Havana, Miami|
Aventura Mall is centrally-located between Miami and Fort Lauderdale in the beautiful city of Aventura, just minutes away from the beaches. This shopping centre offers over 300 fine retailers and is home to some of the most desirable names in fashion and a variety of culinary delights.
|Address:||19501 Biscayne Boulevard, Aventura|
|Phone:||+1 305 935 1110|
|Opening Hours:||Monday-Saturday 10am-9:30pm, Sunday 12pm-8pm|
Sawgrass Mills Mall has 2.1 million square feet of space, is shaped like an alligator and draws nearly as many annual visitors as Disney World! It has over 350 stores and outlet shops, which opened in 2006, and offers everything from Crate & Barrel to Burberry and Barneys.
|Address:||12801 West Sunrise Boulevard, Sunrise|
|Phone:||+1 954 846 2300|
|Opening Hours:||Monday-Saturday 10am-9:30pm, Sunday 11am-8pm|
The Falls is one of the largest open air malls in the country with over 100 stores and restaurants. This mall even has a Fresh Market and a movie theater. If you are looking for a shopping experience outside of the center of Miami with a relaxed atmosphere, The Falls meets those expectations. Designed with outdoor fountains and a waterfall, the sights and sounds have a calming effect.
|Address:||8888 Southwest 136 Street, Miami|
|Phone:||+1 305 255 4571|
|Opening Hours:||Monday-Saturday 10am-9pm, Sunday 12pm-7pm|
Located between Alton Road and Washington Avenue, Lincoln Road is a pedestrian-only thoroughfare in Miami Beach. Filled with a variety of shops and restaurants as well as a gallery and businesses, Lincoln Road is an architectural gem of Miami. Street and garage parking are available.
|Address:||Lincoln Road Mall, Miami Beach|
Dylan’s Candy Bar
If you like candy, you have come to the right place. Dylan’s Candy Bar offers 7,000 types of candy in every shape, style and texture and there is even a café where you can have ice cream sundaes, chocolate pizzas and candy inspired cocktails for the grownups.
|Address:||801 Lincoln Road, Miami|
|Phone:||+1 866 939 5267|
|Opening Hours:||Monday-Friday 9am-5pm|
This world famous brand soon has a store in every mid-size town and in Miami you find three outlets. Here you find the latest fashion for men, women and children, everything from street wear to the more up-dressed look.
|Address:||590 Collins Avenue, Miami|
|Phone:||+1 305 5 328 002|
Miami Fair Trade Marketplace
Miami Fair Trade Marketplace is a great place to shop for jewelry, women’s fashion, scarves, toys, hand towels, craftwork and much more. When buying a product here you will be sure that the item is made under safe working conditions.
|Address:||3010 De Soto Boulevard, Miami|
|Phone:||+1 305 448 7421|
At Mango, the urban young woman finds everything from sleek work-wear to a fabulous cocktail dress at reasonable prices. Match your new outfit with the perfect shoes and accessories that you also find here.
|Address:||550/560 Collins Avenue,Miami Beach|
|Phone:||+1 305 534 5433|
This Swedish chain, that you nowadays find almost everywhere in the world, provides high street fashion for both men and women at prices suiting everyone. Here in Miami you can find two boutiques.
|Address:||551 Lincoln Road, Miami|
|Phone:||+1 855 466 7467|
Books & Books
Books & Books is a great independent bookshop, packed with everything from bestsellers to works from small publishers. There are also cafes in all three locations, which also host over 60 author events every month.
|Address:||265 Aragon Avenue, Coral Gables|
|Phone:||+1 305 442 4408|
|Opening Hours:||Sunday-Thursday 9am-11pm, Friday-Saturday 9am-12am|
This sleek, stylish furniture boutique has tons of classic modern furniture on display, and it just oozes class at each model room. Big names in design, both old and new, have pieces in the store, from Le Corbusier to Zaha Hadid.
|Address:||2331 Ponce de León Boulevard, Coral Gables|
|Phone:||+1 305 448 7367|
|Opening Hours:||Monday-Saturday 10am-6pm|
TASCHEN is a publisher well known for its high-quality and visually stunning books on art, photography, design, fashion and cinema, and has on display some very unique, very pricey collections. There is no better place to find one-of-a-kind coffee-table books for people to shamelessly admire.
|Address:||1111 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach|
|Phone:||+1 305 538 6185|
|Opening Hours:||Monday-Thursday 11am-9pm, Friday-Saturday 11am-10pm, Sunday 12pm-9pm|