If you can’t spend a week without going to the theater, symphony or ballet, the Media and Entertainment District is right up your alley. Centered around the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts, this neighborhood caters to your artistic whims with an endless variety of events. In addition to restaurants and shops, you can spend a lazy Sunday afternoon strolling in Margaret Pace Park or browsing the many art galleries that line the streets of the M and E. Move about downtown easily with MetroBus, MetroMover and MetroRail.
A-1 Scoot Skate & Bike, Downtown Divas,
Galleria Borghese Clothiers, Milano Kitchens,
OXXO, Pet Place, Sharon Lewis Home Furnishings,
Staples, and Stoai Outdoor Concept.
18th Street Café, Bin No. 18 Bistro & Lounge,
Blu Moon Resto Bar, Brisa Bistro, Burger King,
Checkers, The Daily Creative Food Company, Karu &
Y, Los Gauchitos Argentinean Steak House, Manhattan
Café & Market, Miami Arts Café, Primo’s Restaurant &
Lounge, Sake Room, Salad Creations, and Tony Chan’s
Bin No. 18 Bistro and Lounge, Karu & Y, PS 14,
The Pawn Shop Lounge, and Y Ultralounge.
Adrienne Arsht Center for The Performing Arts.
Margaret Pace Park and Sea Isle Marina &