sbe.com/restaurants/locations/filia-at-sls-brickell 1300 S Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33130
When it opens this year, James Beard award-winning chef Michael Schwartz’s Fi’lia will be all about fresh Italian food like rustic pizzas and handmade artisanal pasta and breads. Pair them with uncomplicated, refreshing cocktails and an Italian regional wine list, and that’s amore!
Miami residents are known for having dedicated fitness regimes, which include everything from running on the beach to spinning. For the latter, RedBikes studio is your best bet to ride to Latin and hip hop music, just like a local.
Better Days describes themselves as a "Neighborhood cocktail bar masquerading as a '70s thrift store." This classy, yet kitsch pop up bar offers craft cocktails in an eclectic surrounding. And really, what's better than shopping with a cold drink in your hand?
Mary Brickell Village is not just a shopping center - it’s a mix of unique boutiques, services (like a supermarket, fitness center, florist), dining, entertainment and activities like ping pong, and even karaoke. There’s so much in one central location, it’s like a city unto itself; or as Cecilia Kawiorski, the village’s Marketing Coordinator summarizes, ”we are…the Manhattan of Miami.”
This magical oasis right at the entrance of Brickell, transports you back in time. Conceived of by industrialist James Deering, the 34-room Italian mansion is beautifully maintained from back in the 1910s when it was built. Get lost in the labyrinth-like garden and stay a while.
This cabaret show and dinner experience evokes the glitz and glamour of old world Cuba. With live music ranging from Afro-Latin to Parisian pop, plus a rotating roster of DJs from around the world, there’s never a dull moment at El Tucán. That’s not to mention the food, tapas style from the minds of the Broken Shaker team.