Grand Bay Miami

2669 S Bayshore Dr, Miami, Florida, 33133, United States
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Latin American Cafe

by wjensen

I was in Miami a couple of months ago and
couldn't find a Latin American Cafe. I used eat
at a couple in various locations. Has the name changed?

Re: Latin American Cafe

by Homanded

There are several throughout Miami and they are a local staple.
I personally prefer the one in Kendall (S.W. 88th and 117th Avenue).
There is also another one in Miami Lakes off of 154th street which is pretty good.
Personally, I prefer Sergio's cafe for the food.
Very similar but much more "home cooked" taste to it - just a personal preference as a Cuban. They are also much more affordable.

Homer

Re: Latin American Cafe

by cochinjew

When I was a student at Jackson Memorial Hospital, we used to eat at Latin American Cafe at Coral Way, and on a return visit I see it has changed a fair bit..there are many throughout Miami, the one I stop for cortadito is along Sunset..Every time I am in Miami, I have a routine of stopping at la carreta on 8th and douglas and also have at least a breakfast at latin american cafe..

Re: Latin American Cafe

by wjensen

So, where is Sergios?

W

Re: Latin American Cafe

by Homanded

I've sent you a direct reply via internal email.
For others wishing to know, here is a link to their sites/locations as well as food:

http://www.sergios.com/

My personal favorite is the "Vaca Frita" or "Bistek"

Homer

Travel Tips for Miami

Miami and Miami Beach are...

by coast2coast

Miami and Miami Beach are actually two separate entities. Both are must see's. Miami beach is a strip of land connected to the city of Miami. You have probably all seen the glamourous images on the TV show ' Miami Vice ' . Miami and the beach will not disappoint. The following are recommendations. 1. Visit downtown Miami. There are some stunning examples of modern architecture in the CBD ( Central Business District) Although Miami is sun and recreation, you'll see that it is also hub of commerce between the US and it's latin American neighbours and the Carribean. See some of the downtown neighbourhoods ( except , on NO ACCOUNT go to LIBERTY CITY ). 2.The Cuban enclave of Little Havana is facinating- whether for food, a strong cuban coffee or just some people watching. 3.CORAL GABLES in my opinion is one of the nicest and prettiest places in the entire US. It is gorgeous ( and safe ) take a stroll !4. COCONUT GROVE- is a community of artists , writers and the like. A Floridian version of Greenwich Village in NY. 5. Not to be missed is BAYSIDE . Great shops, food stalls and a fantastic view of the Miami skyline . 6. Moving on to Miami Beach, see the beach ! The beach is quite a big area. 7.Take a ride down Collins Ave, the main thoroughfare and check out the districts of SUNNY ISLES, SURFSIDE AND BAL HARBOUR ( with some of the most expensive shops in the world ! - Miami's version of Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, CA ). 8. Check out the ART DECO hotels . Many of these are now registered as Historic Landmarks. 9. Not to be missed is Miami's Beach's Fountainbleau Hilton Hotel. ( prounounced 'fountain - blow' ) Many rich and famous people have stayed here. Don't miss the huge wall painting on the side. 10. PARROT JUNGLE is worth a visit too- great displays of Parrots that can count, roller skate, and perform many other tricks. There's more than just parrots too.There are 1,100 different species of birds . The scarlet Ibis birds are stunning. Lovely landscaped gardens too. Really worth seeing. 11. You must not miss the Sunsets in Miami- a rival for any, anywhere in the world ! There are lots . Coming down Collins Avenue on the way to Hotel from the Airport was a huge buzz. Walking along the Beach. Bayside, Coral Gables and Cococnut Grove. Going on the boat tour past the star's homes . Seeing the skyscapers in Downtown.

Lincoln Road Mall

by cobrioc

"The Road" - a wide, pedestrian-only stretch of sidewalk- is the Beach's cultural epicenter, with galleries every hundred feet or so and sidewalk, cafes filled with off-duty models trying to ralax. Include the Miami City Ballet, the Colony Theatre and the Lincoln Theatre, a Deco delight tha is home to the New World Symphony.

Every Sunday from November to March, there's a farmers market on the Road between Euclid and Meridian Aves.

If you have kids, note that the Lincoln Road Partnership arranges kids' activities during the farmer's market: meet at the fountain in front of World Resources Cafe 305-534-9095 Lincoln Road.

Free golf-carts-drawn trams shuttle up and down the road between Washington Ave and Alton Rd.

The Ladies

by katmag

Gentlemen, watch out, even if they are only on vacation here, the ladies require pampering and spoiling. In this place, if you want to impress a woman, you're going to have to put out quite a bit of cash. Hey, that's just the way it goes!

Don't Overlook This National Park

by LisaAnnDow

We were driving down along when all of a sudden we saw a very small sign telling of us this National Park. So we decided to venture along in and see what interests it might hold. Thankfully we did so.
Key Biscayne is a gorgeous place to visit. The views of the ocean are incredible. At the Visitors Center there is a warm and friendly atmosphere.

Locals and Tourists Alike

by grandmaR about Bayside Market Place

Miamarina was right next to Bayside. So we ate here a couple of nights and shopped a bit. Didn't buy anything though.

The website says it is Miami's number one tourist attraction which is a bit of overhype IMHO as I think there are other places in Miami that attract the tourists more than this place.

It is adjacent to the port of Miami and is connected to American Airlines Arena, home of the Miami Heat. It is accessible by the monorail - there is a stop nearby. There is a parking garage and valet parking down by the Hard Rock.

The website also says:
"Atmosphere and Crowd: Bayside is an outdoor mall with a colorful, attractive decor. It offers a beautiful view of Miami's Biscayne Bay. Bayside mainly consists of tourists, both national and international, but maintains a considerable amount of local patrons. Bayside is a great place for family entertainment."

"The Casino Princesa is a cruise that departs from Bayfront Park, just next to Bayside. The four and a half hour cruise offers trips around Biscayne Bay, and sails twice daily and three times on Saturday."

They had live music at night and we could sit on deck and listen, or if it wasn't something we liked, we could go into the boat and watch TV. There are more than 100 shops and places to eat. on 16 acres including Pier 5 Market, a specialty retail market. There is also an extensive food court in addition to the restaurants.

Restaurants:

Hard Rock Cafe
Hooters
Lombardi's Ristoranti
Latin American Cafe
Le Cafe
Los Ranchos

Bars:

Fat Tuesday
Let's Make a Daquiri

Stores:

Bentley's Luggage
Bermuda Bay
Cache
Guess
Sam Goody
The Sharper Image
Victoria's Secret

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Address: 2669 S Bayshore Dr, Miami, Florida, 33133, United States