Miami malls - Miami shopping - Shops guide Miami Beach
Shopping is not unknown in Miami. You can find the most fine stores and malls in the city. If you are looking for the ultimate fashion look or simple beach wear we are sure you will find your needs in Miami.As a gateway to the Caribbean and the Americas, Greater Miami brims with cosmopolitan malls, shopping districts, and outdoor markets. Dadeland -- Miami-Dade's oldest mall with Florida’s largest Macy’s as well as Macy’s Home Gallery & Kids -- also has Saks Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom, JCPenney, and the largest The Limited / Express Store in the nation, plus nearly 200 other specialty shops. Where World War II army barracks once stood, the ultra-luxurious, comparatively intimate Bal Harbour Shops has its own concierge plus shops and department stores from Cartier and Gucci to Saks Fifth Avenue and the first Neiman-Marcus outside Texas. With interior waterfalls and lagoons, The Falls anchors the city’s south side with upscale specialty stores, restaurants and a theater complex. In Coconut Grove, Coco Walk’s three floors of specialty shops are interspersed with popular eateries and clubs. The Streets of Mayfair, also in Coconut Grove, is an open-air shopping promenade including a Borders Books Music Cafe. The Dolphin Mall, in west Dade with a Marshall’s megastore, has some 200 outlet venues, including dining and entertainment.
Along Biscayne Bay downtown near the seaport, Bayside Marketplace boasts specialty shops, live entertainment, and a food court. Aventura Mall, anchored by Macy's, Lord & Taylor, JCPenney, Sears, and Bloomingdale's, has a 24-screen theater and trendy eateries including Cheesecake Factory and a seductive Paul Bakery. Loehmann's Fashion Island straddling Aventura and North Miami Beach is a hot spot for off-price designer wear. With a welcoming banyan tree, the three-story Shops at Sunset Place draws families with a 24-screen theater and IMAX. Village of Merrick Park, in Coral Gables, is anchored by Nordstrom and Neiman-Marcus and more than 100 specialty shops. Worthy shopping districts include the Lincoln Road Mall, portions of Collins Avenue, and Coral Gables’ Miracle Mile. Outdoor markets abound, among them the Coconut Grove Farmers Market, Coral Gables Farmers Market, Espanola Way Market, and Lincoln Road Farmers Market, plus the Lincoln Road Antique and Collectibles Market.