North Miami is a suburban city located in northeast Miami-Dade County, Florida, United States, about 10 miles (16 km) north of Miami. The city lies on Biscayne Bay and hosts the Biscayne Bay Campus of Florida International University, and the North Miami campus of Johnson & Wales University. Originally the town of "Arch Creek", the area was incorporated as the "Town of Miami Shores", which was renamed the "Town of North Miami" in 1931. It was reincorporated as a city in 1953.
Restaurants in North Miami
4.5 based on 234 reviews
Visit the most exciting attraction in Miami. America's largest eclectic automobile collection- featuring original James Bond Vehicles, Hollywood Cars of the Stars, and American/European Classics. Marvel as you weave through the “Hollywood Cars of the Stars” exhibition featuring lavish vehicles from some of Hollywood’s most celebrated films and television shows of all times like the “Time Machine” from Back to the Future, Mach 5, Batmobiles and many more. Next, visit The James Bond Exhibition which is brimming with glamour and elegance surrounded by a fascinating array of automobiles, motorcycles, submarines, airplanes, and boats utilized on-screen by the beloved agent. Take a road trip down memory lane. Visit the American/European Classics and turn back the hands of time to a simpler era when cars were considered works of art. View some of the rarest of cars including a 1927 Duesenberg Model X and vintage automobiles from over a dozen countries including Italy, Germany, England. Tour the Bicycle/Motorcycle/Scooter Collection which is the largest collection in the world from Schwinn to Harley. Cruise through the Military Vehicle Exhibition and see military vehicles of the 1930s to modern Marine Corps weapons carriers. Stop by the Dezer Collection for a truly unforgettable day.
It’s the perfect place for the rare & classic cars lovers! Fits the Families, teenagers and children can enjoy various activities there! Our mistake was going 1 hour before the closing.. you must go early so you can enjoy everything with plenty of time.
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4.5 based on 537 reviews
These trails, built on flat land, are full of technical challenges.
Quiet beach with washrooms , picnic benches and bbq , ready for large or small groups this quite beach is sheltered from winds so when the seaside is too windy ( especially for children ) this is a great beach !
They also have kilometres of wilderness bike trails that are quite fun with bridges and twist and turns very exiting .
You can also rent kayaks and paddle the many little rivers within the park ,
A very interesting place for the whole family , 1 car fee 6$ , a bargain ....
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Nestled between the Intercoastal Waterway and Atlantic Ocean, this scenic park boasts white sandy beaches, open ocean surf and sweeping dunes.
Parking was $7. This was my first time at a nude beach and even though I knew what to expect, it was still shocking to see a LOT of naked people. The beach is gorgeous. There is a bathroom/rinse off place right before you get to the beach. I didn't see anyone selling anything so it's best to be prepared and bring your food/drink.
5 based on 51 reviews
Experience the adventure of a lifetime on our Speed Boat Adventure Tour. A guided and narrated Biscayne Bay Tour with a twist. You are able to captain your own speedboat for the entirety of the tour while following our trained and knowledgeable guides to experience the best of both worlds – the THRILL of driving your own speedboat, and the safety of having a skilled guide introduce you to Miami.
It was really exciting! The boat was super clean, fast enough and very easy and funny to drive; the guide was amazing..a good english (I mean no slang, no fast talk - great for european tourists) and he has a great knowledge of the area. We appreciated a lot the trip, and we spotted a dolphin too! Thanks again for the fantastic experience, take care guys!
4.5 based on 14 reviews
A challenge and in better condition than some of its neighbours e.g. Country Club of Miami. Very welcoming pro shop and starter, the latter went to great trouble to introduce us to the couple we were to play with. Lots of iguanas around the water on a few holes added to the entertainment.
The lounge and bar were great and the service friendly.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
Defined by Culture, Style and Taste, Aventura Mall’s three-level expansion wing is highlighted by experiential additions to the Arts Aventura Mall program, including the landmark, 93-foot-tall Aventura Slide Tower by Carsten Höller and Gorillas in the Mist by The Haas Brothers, the much-anticipated return of Zara, the first Topshop Topman in Florida, Treats Food Hall, and an array of dining destinations offering indoor-outdoor seating. Anchored by five department stores, including Nordstrom, Bloomingdale’s and Macy’s, Aventura Mall features over 300 stores, including upscale boutiques such as Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Givenchy, Cartier, Tiffany & Co., Fendi, Burberry and many more, as well as shopper favorites: Apple, Anthropologie, H&M and Urban Outfitters. Centrally located between Miami and Fort Lauderdale, Aventura Mall also includes a 24-screen AMC movie theater and Arts Aventura Mall, a collection of installations by internationally renowned artists.
The bigger the mall becomes the colder it gets. I remember when it was smaller, but with such variety to offer! Bookstore, toy store, Dappy, Hallmark, Sharper image...And Christmas? It was a Christmas wonderland...the train for the kids, the huge tree. Little by little the took everything away, to the point that last year there wasn't a single Christmas tree in the Mall. The only Christmas touch was Santa, but the rest of the mall? Nothing.
Now they don't even have a food court. With the closing of Sbarros, people have no choilce but to go to a sit down restaurant. I have no ideas what kind of clientele you are trying to attract with these changes, but it seems you are trying to drive the average costumer and families away/ I miss the mall the way it was just a few years ago.
4 based on 10 reviews
Large waterfront shopping, entertainment and dining area.
Lively open air marketplace with lots of bars and restaurants. There's shopping as well. But from what I saw it does not appear as though people go there for the shopping. Loved the live Latin music and the food. Ate at Latin American Cuban Cuisine and it was wonderful. My husband got a Cuban sandwich and I got grilled fish with moros and cassava (both sides are a must!). We then took an evening Millionaire's Row sightseeing cruise. The homes and yachts were ridiculously beautiful. We only had one evening to spend in Miami before leaving for our cruise the next morning and I'm very happy with our choice. The only reason I gave it 4 stars was due to our experience with taxis. Beware of being overcharged because you are a tourist! Negotiate a fare upfront.
4.5 based on 17 reviews
People watching is a great pastime in Miami's South Beach, which draws celebrities and beautiful people in skimpy swim attire to see and be seen. The wide and fine, white sand-covered beaches are popular spots for fashion photo shoots, so you're sure to see models. The area is known for its hip clubs and wild nightlife as well as numerous excellent restaurants.
Nice boulevard on Lincoln drive, however missing some really cosey places on the beach. Too much of the same. Looking and to be seen!
4.5 based on 316 reviews
Beautiful beach, not crowded at all. Lovely walking paths and a separate bike lane that goes for miles. Truly lovely. Heavy surf though and many many Portuguese Man of Wars and sone jellyfish. The PMOW are blue puffy things that look like baggies with long tentacles but they have a ferocious sting so beware!
4.5 based on 196 reviews
Brought from Spain and reassembled by William Randolph Hearst in 1925, this is a popular wedding spot.
Avery body needs visit this Monastery, the history around this place is really amazing, admission and parking are free.
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