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“Still has eclectic collection of shops and restaurants”
Review of Lincoln Road

Lincoln Road
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Miami Beach Food and Art Deco Walking Tour
Ranked #4 of 119 things to do in Miami Beach
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Recommended length of visit: 2-3 hours
Owner description: Lincoln Road is Miami Beach's premier shopping, dining, and people-watching destination. Just blocks from the beach, you'll discover a bustling mile-long stretch of excellent restaurants, fantastic shopping, and brimming sidewalk cafés.
Useful Information: Activities for older children, Bathroom facilities
Miami Beach, Florida
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130 reviews
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“Still has eclectic collection of shops and restaurants”
Reviewed July 29, 2013

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.

Visited July 2013
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Cape Coral, Florida
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Reviewed July 22, 2013

Every store imaginable & lots of restaurants. Its a great place to shop or just to sit around & people watch.

Visited July 2013
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Bal Harbour, Florida
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“This is where you have to be ...”
Reviewed July 18, 2013

South beach is the point !
Lincoln road, bars restaurants movie theater you name it ...
Collins with Lincoln you have souvenir stores if your looking forward shopping for prods that say
miami , or south beach etc.

but while your there make sure u go down collinsfrom 21 till niki beach (usually they have the club at the sand on mondays if im not wrong ...
and washington av paralel to collins is great, the miami ink tv program is there if u want to run by and get a tatts lol

Visited July 2013
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“A lot of stores to visit and people to see!”
Reviewed July 15, 2013

I loved that there were so many stores all together. A lot of them I have never heard of before. I like that there is plenty places to sit and just people watch. While there there was a man sitting on the wall making grasshoppers out of the palm leaves. I thought this was a fascinating thing. There is so many stores and things to see on Lincoln Road that this is definitely a place to visit.

Visited July 2013
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Toronto, Canada
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“A great place for a nice dinner and walk in the evening”
Reviewed July 9, 2013

While there is a mix of crowds, this is the place that I would recommend for a family visiting Miami. I am not a huge fan of the Ocean Drive ambiance so I found this area to be a good medium. There are lots of delicious restaurants, just bare in mind that service may be slow as there is a lot of demand. Great variety of restaurants and a great place to shop.

Visited June 2013
Thank J M
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