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Enjoy and Enjoy in March, the month of Shopping in Miami


Miami is known throughout the world as a shopper’s paradise.

Shopping Month in Miami in March celebrates the best stores in Miami and its Beaches.

A mix of shopping and sunshine in one of Miami’s most fantastic outdoor markets, where visitors can appreciate the view while filling their shopping carts, relax and recharge batteries in local cafes, restaurants and bars … keep buying.

Outdoor Shopping
Sunbathe while shopping, eating, walking and shopping around in beautiful and varied shopping malls, outdoor style and recreation.

Mall Bayside Marketplace
With beautiful panoramic Vizcaya Bay and surrounded by the dramatic city scape of downtown, including the Port of Miami and American Airlines Stadium, the Bayside Marketplace Mall unites style, recreation and shopping with its national clothing chains and its items characteristic of different cultures and entertainment without limits.

The Mall has more than 150 stores, including big names such as Gap, Wet Seal and Victoria’s Secret, as well as small carts and kiosks selling local crafts and souvenirs, exotic jewelry, leather goods and gifts from around the world. Its outdoor plaza invites us to stroll and relax between buying and buying, while we enjoy street performances and concerts with a beautiful view of the sea.

The Bayside experience continues even as shopping completes. In addition to the giant Hard Rock Cafe, the Bayside Mall offers excellent Latino restaurants, seafood and barbecues, as well as signature places to try a quick latte or gelato, or enjoy fruit drinks by the bay. You can also enjoy a walk in the light of the moon, aboard one of the party and tourism boats departing from the port of Miamarina.

Mall Mary Brickell Village
In downtown Miami is the Mary Brickell Village Mall, whose shady courtyards line the boutiques, restaurants and bars. The serenity that this place emanates can make you forget that Brickell Avenue, Latin American Financial Capital, is only one block away.

CocoWalk Mall
Coconut Grove, Miami’s premier neighborhood, remains one of the most picturesque in the city, as it is an area of endless festivals, unlimited nightlife, eccentric artists and sophisticated art. In the heart of the Grove is the multicultural Cocowalk market, a perfect destination for shopping, food and outdoor entertainment, evoking the atmosphere of European town squares in the midst of tropical South Florida.

The Coconut Grove offers entertainment for all tastes. Unique boutiques nestle among favorite clothing chains such as Gap, Chessecake Factory, Fat Tuesday, Maui Nix Surf Shop, Edward Beiner Eyewear, and the exclusive First Flight Out, an exhibit and retailer of the Pan Am airline.

When the sun sets Cocowalk gets warmed up with live music and art walks, bars and restaurants offering different drinks, dinners and desserts. Celluloid lovers can watch a movie at the ultramodern Paragon 13 Grove.

Shops At Sunset Place
In Miami’s South City, south of Coconut Grove near the University of Miami, colorful urban spaces mark the way of specialty shops at the Shops at Sunset Place. Spacious plazas and recreational spaces create a comforting atmosphere for shopping, dining, cinema and martinis tastings.

As readers browse in Barnes & Noble. fashionistas can take a look at the Armani Exchange, Banana Republic, Urban Outfitters and other chic stores. If you just want to skip shopping in the name of fun, you can turn to the Game Time entertainment zone, the AMC Sunset Place 24 with IMAX theater and the Splits Ville Luxury Lanes & Dinner Lounge.

Mall Village of Merrick Park
Coral Gables, the Village of Merrick Park Center houses approximately 115 shops and restaurants that surround a beautiful courtyard with gardens and tropical fountains. Elegant stores like Juicy Couture, Burberry, CH Carolina Herrera, and Tiffany are within the options to visit.