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Established in the 1800s by a worldly group of pioneers, sailors, artists, naturalists, millionaires, and intellectuals, Coconut Grove is Miami's oldest neighborhood and still maintains its historic charm. The Grove offers visitors an enticing mix...more
All reviewsbeautiful areamain highwaysonesta hotelcovered streetsboutique storesfat tuesdayscoral gablesnice place to walksouth beachmovie theaterswindow shoppingwalked aroundgreat shoppingcouple of hoursmiami areaart galleriesbiscayne bay
We took the trolley to Miami City Hall and checked out the nearby marina. Coconut Gove is nearby, we walked around and eventually had lunch at the ever-popular Greenstreet restaurant. Coconut Grove has lots of clothing shops and places to dally. It was once a...More
Was delighted to have visited this immaculate community with fantastic canopy covered streets and a very authentic, boutique experience. A great place to relax with ample choices of terraces, restaurants and great shopping. There are a few nice parks. Slow pace, beautiful homes niched in...More
We waled around Coconut groce--some neat stores and a lot of restaurants. Then we got in out car and drove all around--great scenery, cool houses to look at. We just drove around for about 30 minutes and was a lot of fun.
Coconut Grove is the oldest neighborhood in Miami. Located along exquisitly beautiful Biscayne bay the village offers great restaurants, loads of shops and hotels. This is were I first called home when I moved to Miami from the north back in 1977.
It's difficult to describe Coconut Grove (simply known as "the Grove") adequately. A former hippie hangout/haven, to call it the "Greenwich Village of Miami", just doesn't do it justice. The Grove is located in South Miami, overlooking Biscayne Bay,and Key Biscayne, It's quaintness and beauty...More