The Shops at Sunset Place (5701 Sunset Drive, South Miami) – located just south of Coral Gables and the University of Miami campus (off the highway/
boulevard “US1”), The Shops at Sunset Place offers a line-up of stores and entertainment, including AMC 24 movie theater with stadium seating, Niketown, Martinibar, Barnes & Noble Superstore, Splitsville, Gameworks, and Z-Gallerie. In addition, The Shops at Sunset Place is the home to some of South Florida’s most exclusive retailers such as Armani Exchange, Mayors Jewelers, Origins, Pottery Barn, Urban Outfitters, Banana Republic, Gap/Gap Kids, American Eagle Outfitters and Hollister.
The Falls (888 SW 136th Street, Miami) — The Falls is one of the largest open-air shopping, dining and entertainment complexes in the U.S., featuring Bloomingdale’s, Macy’s, more than 95 stores, restaurants, cafés and Regal Cinemas. Stroll our one-level, covered walkways surrounded by a million-gallon waterscape and lush tropical foliage.
In addition to the anchor tenants, The Falls features recognized retailers including Ann Taylor, The Apple Store, Banana Republic, BCBGMAXAZRIA, bebe, Brooks Brothers, Brookstone, Crate & Barrel, Cache, Coach, Express, Gap/Gap Kids/BabyGap, Janie & Jack, Mayor’s Jewelers, Lucky Brand Jeans, Origins, Swarovski, Talbots, Vera Bradley, White House/Black Market, Williams-Sonoma Grand Cuisine and many other fine specialty retailers. Dining selections include Café Med, Hops Restaurant & Bar, Johnny Rockets, Los Ranchos Restaurant, Macy’s Taste Bar, P.F. Chang’s China Bistro, and TGIF’s.
Sawgrass Mills (12801 West Sunrise Blvd., Sunrise) – this shopping center is located just south of the Coconut Grove district of Miami. Shops include: Off Saks, Neiman’s Last Call, Nordstrom Rack, Ferragamo Company Store, Just Cavalli, Valentino, Burberry, Cole Haan, Furla and many, many more. There are plenty of restaurants and parking (to accommodate the crowds that show up during the weekends).
Miracle Mile (Coral Way, b/w LeJeune Road and Douglas Road, Coral Gables) – this strip acts as the wealthy Miami community Coral Gables’ central business district, which includes a number of upscale restaurants, shopping areas, and art galleries. The Spanish architectural style of some of that area’s buildings is a nod to Florida’s colonial connection with that country.
Lincoln Road Mall (Lincoln Road at 16th Street, Miami Beach) — A pedestrian-only street mall in South Beach, with specialty shops featuring jewelry, electronics, clothing and art, plus an assortment of (mostly upscale) restaurants. At one time a haven for eclectic small shops, the mall has come to favor large national retail chains.
Fendi Casa (90 NE 39th Street, Design District, Miami) — Fendi’s head office outside of Italy, located in Miami’s design district, is worth a visit to check out their incredible collection of home furnishings. At the minimum, visitors will want to window-shop here, while deeper-pocketed travelers (especially condo owners) may actually want to order some of the furnishings here (the Fendi Casa staff can arrange shipment anywhere).
Epicure Market (1656 Alton Road, Miami Beach) — The best selection of meats, pastries, seafood and vegetables plus many more delicacies all under one roof. The Epicure Market offers very high quality products and employs a knowledgeable and helpful staff. You will find great prepared food, as well as deli food and an olive bar. There is a fabulous wine selection and common grocery items. Pricey, but well worth it.
Dolphin Mall (11401 NW 12th Street, Miami) — Dolphin Mall is an enclosed value retail/entertainment/dining destination with an 850-seat food court and more than 240 retailers. It is located just five miles west of Miami International Airport, where the Dolphin Expressway and the Florida Turnpike intersect. Shoppers can access the mall by taking Exit 27 off of the Florida Turnpike. Hours of operation are Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. and Sundays 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. with extended hours during the holidays and in the Ramblas entertainment area.
Dadeland Mall (7535 Dadeland Mall, Kendall, Miami) – known internationally as one of Miami’s premier shopping centers, Dadeland Mall is located within the South Miami suburb of Kendall. Dadeland Mall is anchored by Florida’s largest Macy’s, as well as Macy’s Home Gallery & Kids, JCPenney, Saks Fifth Avenue, the country’s largest The Limited/Express store and Nordstrom.
Shoppers can see more than 185 specialty stores, including Zara, Abercrombie & Fitch, Ann Taylor, Apple, Banana Republic, The Cheesecake Factory, Coach, The Disney Store, Guess, Marciano, L’Occitane, Sephora, Talbots, Vertigo, and Victoria’s Secret. Dadeland Mall offers shoppers an array of sophisticated styles and celebrated classics from an extraordinary collection of department stores, shops and boutiques designed to meet our customers’ diverse needs.
CocoWalk (3015 Grand Avenue, Coconut Grove) – this mall is located within the South Miami district of Coconut Grove (just minutes from downtown Miami and the Brickell Avenue financial district). The unique grounds and buildings of CocoWalk were carefully designed to blend seamlessly into the surroundings of Coconut Grove, a bayside village known for being eclectic, sometimes eccentric and always exciting. CocoWalk’s rows of shops and boutiques are a window-shoppers paradise.