While in the past 10 years Lincoln Road has been "malled" with stores you commonly find in upscale shopping malls, still there is a unique combination of one-of-a-kinds, such as a corporate Armani Jeans store, Cubavera shirts, Osklen Brazilian boutique,Taschen books and locally owned specialty stores.
At the east end is the Atlantic Ocean, followed by a block of fairly common stores such as 7-eleven, CVS, Walgreens. Then, at Washington Avenue, the pedestrian mall begins with Bank of America, Zara Miami flagship (open winter 2013-2014) and tourist trinket emporia.
Stores continue to go upscale as you move west, but always with a mixture of somewhat afforable retail outlets with interesting boutiques sprinkled throughout. For a compulsive shopper, there is something for everyone. Gap Kids is temporarily closed, but the kids still might enjoy the "art" of Britto.
Special attention should be paid to the Arts Center of South Florida, two collections of multi-tenant art studios at 800 and 924 Lincoln Rd.
At the west end of the pedestrian mall between Lenox and Alton, you will find the unique upscale boutiques of 1111 Lincoln Road as well as the Regal South Beach Stadium 18 movie theaters and New York's famous Shake Shack. Up and down Alton Road a block or two you will find some of the best eating bargains in South Beach, steps off the tourist trail.
There are several large stainless steel map/directories along the road, so you can find your way. See http://lincolnroadmall.com/shopping/ for more specific information.
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