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Where To Eat, Drink And Be Merry In Miami


One of Florida’s glittering jewels is the bustling and vibrant city of Miami, which features sugar-sand beaches and a subtropical marine climate. Florida is a tourist destination that is very popular with Malaysians, who need to access visas before they can legally enter America. Of course, it’s also popular with tourists from all over the world. Most tourists who visit Florida make at least a pit stop in beautiful Miami, where it’s just so easy to eat, drink and be merry. Here are some great places to live it up while you’re this unique and appealing city.

Eat at La Camaronera Seafood Joint & Fish Market
People who love fresh fish flock to La Camaronera Seafood Joint & Fish Market, which is situated in Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood. This cash-only seafood joint and fish market is renowned for offering the best shrimp in Miami, as well as a famous snapper sandwich known as the Original Pan Con Minuta. Fish tacos are also fun choices and an order of fish tacos is just $12.45. This seafood restaurant is casual and affordable, with hearty portions and a relaxed, unpretentious vibe. La Camaronera is close to various accommodations in Miami, including Lifehouse Little Havana, and it’s also close to Maximo Gomez Park, which is a cultural hub. Don’t miss this iconic Miami eatery and fish market.

Drink at Sweet Liberty Drinks & Supply Company
Lots of people think that this bar is the best in the city. Some people even think that it’s the best in the Sunshine State. Sweet Liberty earns accolades because of its enjoyable and lighthearted atmosphere. It’s the type of place where you won’t want to stare into your smart phone as you relax at your table. This vibrant bar will inspire you to enjoy frosty cocktails and try out your best dance moves. For a great deal on libations and grub, drop by at 4 p.m., when Happy Hour begins. Happy Hour runs until 7 each evening. During Happy Hour, drinks are very affordable, at just five bucks a pop. You'll also love the cheap and delicious oysters. This bar offers pink wine on tap, which is good news for rosé fans.

Be merry at South Beach
South Beach is the ultimate hangout for fun in the sun. Visit to enjoy superlative people-watching and be seen. This beach is flanked by a host of nightclubs on Ocean Drive, right across the street. Known for attracting famous people with a lot of cash, South Beach is a glam place to get in touch with nature. This beach has distinctive lifeguard stands painted in the Art Deco style. Be sure to live it up at this fashionable beach while you’re in Miami.

Miami is such an inspiring place. It’s a famous tourist destination that definitely lives up to the hype. Filled with amazing places to eat, drink and be merry, it’s also a diverse place which is a melting pot for lots of people from different backgrounds. When you visit sun-kissed Miami, you’ll love the mixture of natural beauty and urban pleasures.
Photo by Michael Discenza on Unsplash



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