Jade Signature is much more than a building. It is a deeply felt response to a clearly seen vision led by Fortune International Group, one of Miami’s most innovative and experienced residential developer.
The Ritz-Carlton Residences, Sunny Isles Beach combine elegance with an enduring tradition of excellence, to create memorable oceanfront lifestyle experiences.
Miami has come to epitomize luxury living offering its residents and visitors the finest life has to offer. The city that was once known only for its beaches and its nightlife has quickly evolved into a cultural and culinary destination.
The skyline is ever evolving showcasing unique and creative architectural design and housing some of the finest homes in the world. These “houses in the clouds” are in good company with the beautiful mansions and estates that line the palmed street and the water views in the exclusive neighborhoods that only Miami can offer.
As an International gateway and a cultural collage, Miami has quickly evolved as a both a retreat and a playground for those who have no other standard that to live in ultimate luxury.
Recognized as one of the finest Mediterranean seafood restaurants in the world, Estiatorio Milos was founded by acclaimed chef Costas Spiliadis who has made it an unparalleled culinary destination in Montreal, New York, Athens, Las Vegas, Miami and Londonhttp://milos.ca/restaurants/miami
Located in the epicenter of Miami’s booming Brickell neighborhood, Komodo is a three-story indoor/outdoor eatery and lounge that combines contemporary Southeast Asian cuisine with a South Florida vibe to elevate the dining and nightlife experience. The menu features signature favorites including the Peking Duck, Tuna & Toro Roll, and Lobster Dynamite. The 300-seat restaurant and lounge offers several unique multi-level dining options including three bars complete with a handcrafted cocktail menu as well as the signature outdoor floating “birds nests” seating, which create a playful treehouse feel perfect for any occasion day or night. Komodo is open for dinner seven days a week, lunch Monday-Friday, and features a nightly happy hour.http://www.komodomiami.com
Our decoration has been carefully selected from the most important craftsmen of Mexico. We enjoy its colors, within the geometry of Mexican Art Deco architecture; framing through its brilliant black and golden colors the splendor of its magic. With the leading role, we have our monumental bars along with one of the larges tequila and mezcal selection in town and our bar manager created delicious and sophisticate cocktails. Restaurant, Deli & Cafe, we take pride in serving authentic Mexican cuisine. relaxed setting in the heart of Brickell in Miami. Every cantina is a cultural expression of the place where it is found. Gastronomy-wise, we have an extensive menu of Mexican Cuisine dishes, offering representative dishes of each state of the country, with traditional techniques and recipes (handmade tortilla, sauces made in a molcajete ), along with avant-garde techniques such as vacuum cooking, spherification, foam, etc. We constantly update our menu and the chef’s recommendations with new and top quality ingredients.http://www.cantinala20.com
Nobu Miami is the Miami outpost of Chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s new Japanese cuisine empire. Nobu draws upon his classical training at sushi bars in Tokyo and his life abroad in Peru, Argentina, and around the world to create a whole new trend in Japanese cuisine, bringing a burst of excitement to the already famed scene of Miami Beach. Nestled in the Eden Roc Hotel, Nobu adds an extra level of class and sophistication to the iconic hotel. Nobu Miami now offers patio seating as well as an exclusive Teppan Room. Nobu’s signature dishes such as Yellowtail with Jalapeño and Black Cod Miso are served to throngs of fans, proving that in the end, it is all about the food.http://www.noburestaurants.com/miami/experience-2/
Born from a passion for the ancient art of South American live-fire cooking, Argentine grillmaster Francis Mallmann creates a contemporary asado experience with an open-fire kitchen, local ingredients and a gaucho’s touch to transform traditional rustic recipes into sophisticated, savory dishes.http://www.faena.com/miami-beach/restaurants-and-bars/los-fuegos-veranda/
Recently awarded 4 stars from Miami Herald, Plant Food + Wine features cutting edge, plant-based cuisine set in The Sacred Space Miami, in the city’s Wynnwood neighborhood. The restaurant’s vibrant menu blends innovative technique with seasonal, local produce, and includes many of Matthew’s classic raw food dishes. Miami’s tropical climate and its broad cultural influences are ideally suited for the restaurant’s clean, modernist approach. Plant Food + Wine is located adjacent to Matthew Kenney Culinary Miami, a state-of-the-art raw food culinary school, attended by students from around the world. Plant Food + Wine’s dining room features an airy, contemporary environment with full view of the bright exhibition kitchen, as well as an extensive bar serving juices and detox beverages, cocktails based on seasonal ingredients, and a broad list of organic wine and sake. The stunning patio is shaded by palm trees and surrounds a reflecting pool, embracing the natural serenity. Experience the finest vegan restaurant Miami has to offer with Plant Food + Wine.https://matthewkenneycuisine.com/hospitality/plantfoodandwinemiami/
Now, you can enjoy Joe’s wherever you are. They’re perfect for any occasion.. for a celebration.. for a romantic dinner for two.. or just because. You don’t need an excuse to enjoy our stone crab claws. We’ll ship them overnight wherever you are in the United States & Puerto Rico and they’ll arrive fresh, ice cold and ready for cracking. All of our complete package meals come with mustard sauce, a mallet, a cracking board, cocktail forks, bibs and instructions. *A La Carte contains mustard sauce, bibs and instructions only.https://www.joesstonecrab.com
UDSA Prime dry-aged steaks, premium seafood and award-winning wine lists at our coveted waterfront location in Miami Beach. The Miami skyline and crystal waters of the Government Cut Channel set the backdrop for the ultimate South Beach fine dining experience.http://www.smithandwollensky.com/our-restaurants/miami-beach/
The first modern steakhouse in the United States, Prime 112 revolutionized the industry from the moment restaurateur Myles Chefetz opened its doors on January 2, 2004. Located in the historic Browns Hotel, the home of Miami Beach’s first hotel built in 1915, Prime 112 is a chef-driven boutique steakhouse that offers an innovative menu in a high-energy, female-friendly environment. A departure from the conventional chain steakhouse, Prime 112 features classic menu items made better. From the finest quality dry-aged beef to accessories like the Truffled Lobster Mac and Cheese and Kobe Beef Sliders, Prime 112 stays true to its philosophy of buying the best product and delivering traditional fare with a twist. The menu, which has evolved over the years based on the clientele, is matched in originality by a sexy décor that parts ways with the customary dark leathers and instead opts for a lively, upscale atmosphere where the lights accentuate the meal and the hustle and bustle of the room creates a collective dining atmosphere that is second to none. From the smell of the fresh ingredients to the sounds of up-tempo music intertwined with the sight of the country’s most eclectic mix of upscale clientele, Prime 112 is an invasion of the senses and the most sought after reservation in town.http://mylesrestaurantgroup.com/?page_id=51
Refined Northern Italian cooking is delivered in a posh space with waterfront terrace.http://www.ilgabbianomia.com
Club where DJs spin current dancehall sounds & classic reggae in separate rooms with bottle service.http://www.purdylounge.com
Melding the allure of the historical Fontainebleau and contemporary entertainment, LIV has redefined nightlife on Miami Beach. The quintessential nightspot, fashioned by MMG Nightlife, fuses the appeal of an ultra exclusive lounge and a high-energy nightclub. With over 18,000 square feet of striking architectural design and lavish decor, LIV sets the stage for the ultimate nightlife experience. A voyeuristic design throughout the nightclub gives guests a bird’s eye view of the celebrities, VIPs and Miami’s most beautiful crowd. LIV features a variety of music formats during its five weekly nights, Wednesday-Sunday, and offers VIP tables, private skyboxes, three full-service bars and a lavish main dance floor.www.livnightclub.com
A luxe indoor/outdoor hotel lounge with crudo by José Andrés, poolside brunch & festive cocktails.www.sbe.com/nightlife/locations/hyde-beach
Rec Room revives and reminisces the unforgettable 1970’s by recreating the basement house party. The eclectic display of vinyl records lines the walls of raw, unclaimed wood and funky plush banquettes. The environment fosters an ambiance that is equal parts high energy dive bar and glamorous lounge, making for a truly unique nightlife experience. Envisioned by nightlife pioneer, Amy Sacco, Rec Room launched as the V.I.P room above No. 8 in 2012 and opened its second outpost at the Gale Hotel in Miami Beach in 2013. Most recently, Rec Room expanded out west to Aspen, Colorado in December 2015.http://www.recroomies.com/location-maimi/
High-end Mediterranean fare plus sushi & lots of wine served in a clubby setting with garden patio.http://www.baolimiami.com
Hearty partiers line up for bright lights, booming sounds & aerialists in boisterous bi-level space.
Exclusive nightspot in the W Hotel boasts big-name DJs, a dramatically lit interior & a chic crowd.http://www.wallmiami.com
This seatless nightclub with famous DJs & live dancers boasts an ice-skating rink & bowling alley. BASEMENT is a new kind of multidimensional entertainment hub in Miami Beach. Here, guests will be able to choose among a dazzling range of environments, to be experienced one at time, or together across a night. Adding a new layer to Miami Beach nightlife, BASEMENT features a nightclub, bowling alley, and ice-skating rink—all outfitted with a state-of-the-art sound system, as well as dramatic lighting and projection effects created by world-renowned lighting designer Patrick Woodroffe, a concert lighting specialist whose work has graced the stage shows of artists from the Rolling Stones and Michael Jackson to Lady Gaga and Beyoncé.http://www.editionhotels.com/miami-beach/basement
A well-appointed gathering space, the Living Room features small plates, bespoke cocktails and a broad array of wines to enjoy over live evening entertainment.http://www.faena.com/miami-beach/restaurants-and-bars/living-room/
High-energy gay Latin nightspot with a drag wars show, cabaret nights, dancers & music by DJs.http://www.azucarmiami.com/
Located in trendy South Beach, this art deco oceanfront hotel was designed by Philippe Starck, who collaborated with rocker Lenny Kravitz. Sophisticated rooms with chandeliers and white decor feature LCD HDTVs, WiFi and MP3 connectivity. Accommodations range from city-view rooms to plush ocean-view penthouses with private terraces. Amenities include an 8,000-square-foot pool area and 2 eateries run by master chefs featuring Latin cuisine and sushi (an open kitchen/restaurant replaces the traditional lobby). There’s also 28,000 square feet of event space. A daily resort fee includes WiFi throughout, 2 beach chairs and fitness-center access.http://slshotels.com/southbeach/
Set in the financial district, this upscale hotel overlooks Biscayne Bay. It’s 1.7 miles from Vizcaya Museum & Gardens. Sophisticated rooms with city or bay views offer flat-screen TVs, iPod docks and Wi-Fi (fee), as well as minifridges, microwaves and coffeemakers. The 1-bedroom suites add separate living rooms with pull-out sofas. Room service is available. The contemporary American restaurant has a terrace with fire pits, and there’s a 2-acre outdoor pool area with cabanas, a hot tub and a poolside bar. Other amenities include a spa, a fitness center, a business center and 9 meeting rooms.http://www.fourseasons.com/miami/
On the Miami River, this modern Downtown hotel in a high-rise building is 2 miles from the Port of Miami. Chic rooms and suites include Italian bed linens, balconies, yoga mats and iPod docks, plus bathrooms with rainfall showerheads and soaking tubs; many have ocean views. Loyalty members (free to join) receive complimentary in-room WiFi. Club-level rooms have access to a private lounge with food service. A fitness center and evening wine hour are available, and an outdoor area on the 16th floor offers 2 pools, a bar and private cabanas. The full-service spa has skyline and waterway views. There are also 2 restaurants and a marina.http://www.epichotel.com
This luxury hotel is 1.2 miles from Bayfront Park and 1.7 miles from the American Airlines Arena. Sophisticated rooms and suites come with private balconies, flat-screen TVs, iPod docks and Wi-Fi (fee), and some rooms offer free-standing tubs. Upgraded suites have complimentary airport car service, bars and private chefs. The hotel has a cocktail lounge and stylish restaurants for Peruvian, modern American and Asian fare, plus a hot tub, an outdoor infinity pool and a poolside cafe. Other amenities include an upscale spa, a fitness center and a private beach, as well as meeting space. Paid parking is available.http://www.mandarinoriental.com/miami
This upscale beachfront hotel is 2.3 miles from Crandon Golf at Key Biscayne and 8.9 miles from downtown Miami. Refined rooms and suites offer flat-screen TVs, iPod docks and free WiFi, as well as 24-hour room service. A resort fee covers in-room WiFi. Most rooms have balconies, and some feature ocean views. Club rooms provide access to a lounge with free food and drinks. There’s a fine-dining Italian restaurant, a thatched-roof Mexican eatery and a Cuban-style rum bar. The hotel has 2 heated outdoor pools, a hot tub, and 11 tennis courts. The resort fee includes access to the fitness center, as well as the sauna and steam room at the spa.http://www.ritzcarlton.com/en/hotels/miami/key-biscayne
On a Biscayne Bay island, this boutique spa hotel is an 8-minute drive from shopping on open-air Lincoln Road Mall and a 10-minute drive to Atlantic Ocean beaches. The wood-floored rooms have bathrooms with subway tiles, stone washbasins and rainfall showerheads, and some have terraces with soaking tubs. A 2nd-floor suite offers a separate sitting area and wraparound terrace with bay views. WiFi is available. The hydrotherapy spa has a hot tub with waterfall, a cold plunge and mud baths. Classes include Pilates, yoga and stand-up paddleboarding. There’s a bayside Mediterranean restaurant and infinity pool with an underwater sound system.http://www.standardhotels.com/miami/properties/miami-beach
This sleek oceanfront property by hotelier Ian Schrager is 1.4 miles from Lincoln Road Mall and 2.1 miles from the Art Deco District. Airy, oak-paneled rooms have plush beds and marble bathrooms, and come with free WiFi, flat-screen TVs, iPod docks and minibars. Some upgraded rooms have balconies and ocean/city views; suites add lounges with custom furnishings. There are also 1-bedroom bungalows with dining/living rooms and balconies, some with roof decks and plunge pools. Dining options include a modern Latin restaurant and an outdoor lounge. There’s also an entertainment hub with a nightclub, bowling and an ice rink, plus a spa and a gym.http://www.editionhotels.com/miami-beach
1 South Beach’s hotel and homes were designed with the same inspiration but separate objectives. The residences bring in the calm and timelessness of the beach, while the rooms and lobby of the hotel focus more on its energy. These directions were designed to come together in concert. In nature, texture and complexity blend into an environment. Beautiful details are everywhere, but they’re left to be discovered. This is the understated genius of Meyer Davis’ work. They integrated the nature of South Beach into every corner, whether creating a natural entry point to the hotel to sourcing local craftsmen to create elements for the rooms. You will feel their influence throughout the property, but the only time it will ask for your attention is in this paragraph.http://homes.1hotels.com/southbeach/
“This ultrachic beachfront hotel overlooking the Atlantic Ocean is opposite the Bass Museum of Art, and 11 miles from Miami International Airport. Luxe rooms with contemporary decor, dramatic wall art and glass balconies feature 37-inch flat-screen TVs and beds with crocodile-skin headboards. Upgraded rooms offer kitchenettes and 9-ft ceilings, while suites add living rooms, barbecue grills and/or plunge pools. WiFi is extra.
Amenities include Chinese and seafood restaurants, a lively poolside bar-and-grill, and an opulent lobby nightclub. There’s also a trendy beauty spa, a serene garden lounge, and rooftop basketball and tennis courts.”
A half-mile from the upscale Lincoln Road Mall and 3 blocks from the Miami Beach Convention Center, this high-end all-suite hotel fronts the ocean in South Beach’s lively art deco district. Teak-accented, Asian-inspired suites – from studios to a 4-bedroom penthouse – feature Italian linens, espresso coffeemakers, free WiFi, surround sound and rainfall showerheads. Some have gourmet kitchens and whirlpool baths. The hotel has 3 outdoor pools, a private beach, a full-service spa (surcharge) and several on-site eateries, from casual to fine dining. Certain bookings include access to a hotel courtesy car and free breakfast.http://www.thesetaihotel.com
The Miami Children’s Museum (MCM) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational institution, which meets the needs of all children in our multicultural community. The museum offers interactive exhibits, programs, and learning materials related to arts, culture, community and communication. MCM encourages visitors of all ages to play, learn, imagine, and create together.http://www.miamichildrensmuseum.org
The AmericanAirlines Arena is a sports and entertainment arena located in Downtown Miami, Florida along Biscayne Bay.http://www.aaarena.com
The Miami Seaquarium is a 38-acre oceanarium located on the island of Virginia Key in Biscayne Bay, Miami-Dade County, Florida, United States and is located near downtown Miami.http://www.miamiseaquarium.com
One of the largest free-standing art museums in South Florida, the Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum has welcomed more than 40,000 visitors per year since its founding in 1977. The Frost has a threefold mission: to be a campus resource for the entire FIU community, to offer interdisciplinary training in the arts for the next generation of artists and art historians and to serve as a premier cultural destination for residents of and visitors to one of America’s most vibrant cities. Its Sculpture Park is open 24 hours a day.http://thefrost.fiu.edu
Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden is an 83-acre botanic garden, with extensive collections of rare tropical plants including palms, cycads, flowering trees and vines.http://www.fairchildgarden.org
The Miami-Dade Zoological Park and Gardens, also known as Zoo Miami, and formerly known as Miami MetroZoo, is a zoological garden near Miami, and the largest and oldest zoological garden in Florida.http://www.zoomiami.org
Jungle Island, a favorite South Florida landmark, is an intimate zoological park located in the heart of Miami, between downtown Miami and South Beach. Building upon a rich tradition that began in 1936, Jungle Island is home to some of the world’s rarest and most exotic animals. Park guests enjoy engaging animal shows and informative exhibits while strolling by streams and waterfalls under a lush canopy of tropical trees. Guests can choose to participate in hands-on interactions with fascinating animals or go on guided behind-the-scenes VIP tours. Jungle Island enriches the lives of park visitors through immersive, real-life jungle experiences centered on adventure, animals, discovery and play. With its newly renovated Treetop Ballroom and picturesque outdoor spaces including a private beach, the 18-acre park also serves as Miami’s destination for extraordinary events. Discover Jungle Island today.http://www.jungleisland.com
Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, previously known as Villa Vizcaya, is the former villa and estate of businessman James Deering, of the Deering McCormick-International Harvester fortune, on Biscayne Bay in the present day Coconut Grove neighborhood of Miami, Florida. The early 20th century Vizcaya estate also includes: extensive Italian Renaissance gardens; native woodland landscape; and a historic village outbuildings compound. The landscape and architecture were influenced by Veneto and Tuscan Italian Renaissance models and designed in the Mediterranean Revival architecture style, with Baroque elements. Paul Chalfin was the design director.http://www.vizcaya.org
Arts complex hosting the Florida Grand Opera & Miami City Ballet, plus many other special events.http://www.arshtcenter.org
The Pérez Art Museum Miami is a contemporary art museum that relocated in 2013 to the Museum Park in Downtown Miami, Florida.http://www.pamm.org
Miami. Botanical bird sanctuary, wildlife habitat, and botanical garden. Educational programs, video tapes, and special events are featured.https://www.jungleisland.com/