Wynwood Arts District
Wynwood Arts District Travel Guide
Well-dressed gents of all net worths frequent this iconic South Florida men's clothier in business since 1945. Family run continuously for more than 50 years, Austin Burke operates on the premise that a great fit is the key to a good suit.
Giving their profits away to the homeless, this thrift store not only promises bargain prices on cool items but also allows shoppers to make a difference with their purchases.
Located in the Wynwood Arts District, this offbeat warehouse complex is home to 70 resident artists, who occupy the 60+ working studios of the well-worn 1920's bread factory.
A graffiti garden with a restaurant and bar created by Tony Goldman, an early South Beach pioneer who jumped from the bankable buzz of Art Deco to street art. It's part free outdoor gallery, part Disney World for grown-ups at this open-air art park next to Wynwood Kitchen & Bar.
One of the best dance clubs in Miami, Circa 28 lies in the heart of Wynwood and is full of hip artist types, especially on Circa Saturdays, when two DJ's spin on the top floor and one spins downstairs.
Marcel Wanders's better-living-though-edgy-design emporium is for the cultivated set, espousing such high-minded dictums as "Moooi leads the understanding of culture, human needs, and technology." In his shop just south of the Wynwood Arts District, you'll find rarefied items like Maarten Baas's