Meet The MJRGroupe


MJR Groupe | Luxury Real Estate Agency in Miami

The moment we walk through your door is the moment our relationship begins.

It starts with listening followed by understanding what is most important to you.

It’s innovation.
It’s communication because to us, words and promises do matter.
…and it’s follow-through.

We know that home is where you build your
community and where your life is happening.

We view philanthropy as an essential component of good citizenry; a way of paying it forward on behalf of those who have put their trust and faith in us, so we make a charitable donation in the name of each client after a completed transaction.

Our mission is to provide and end to end curated experience for each person or family that focuses on what happens before, during and after every negotiation.

For us, it’s all about you.
Welcome life-long partner.

Welcome to working with us at the MJRGroupe

Melissa Jane Rubin

Melissa integrates her vast network of resources, global relationships, innovative marketing and longevity in the real estate business resulting in her becoming a preferred partner for Fortune 500 executives, international financiers, elite medical professionals, entertainment celebrities, foreign diplomats, and global investors.

Melissa’s concierge approach to business makes all of her clients’ transactions as seamless as possible. She has extensive experience in the most sensitive of situations, such as high-profile divorces, estate sales and distressed asset liquidation. The service she offers extends beyond the home buying and selling process; it is highly personalized, professional, discreet, empathetic, and thoughtful, enabling her clients to feel comfortable in Miami. She embraces a communication first philosophy which she devotes to her clients by keeping them fully informed about the trends and transformations occurring in the South Florida marketplace.

Born in Montreal with an extensive international travel dossier, Melissa’s global intelligence provides international clients with world-class excellence. Her 16-year career in fashion fostered her innate sense of style and elegance, as well as her deep understanding of cultural nuances. These advantages combined with visionary thinking, impeccable negotiation skills, inspiring creativity, and thoughtful discretion sets her real estate practice apart.

A community leader who views philanthropy as an essential component of good citizenry, Melissa serves as a board of director for Mount Sinai Medical Center Foundation and The Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce. As giving back is paramount to her vision, a donation to the clients’ charity of choice is made in their name at the close of their sale, purchase, or lease.

Living in South Florida since 1997, Melissa constantly has her finger on the pulse of this vibrant community. From new restaurant openings, development projects to the best cultural events, sharing all of these exclusive lifestyle benefits South Florida offers is an added value when working with Melissa.

Notable Mentions

  • Author “An Essential Playbook: Winning Real Estate Tips During Divorce
  • 2019 Wall Street Journal Top 1000 Small Real Estate Teams
  • Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce Most Innovative Marketing Award
  • Miami Beach SunPost Power Women in Real Estate
  • Certified mediator for the Miami Association of Realtors
  • Master Broker Forum Member
  • Past Board of Governor for the Miami Association of Realtors
  • Certified Distressed Property Expert
  • Certified International Property Specialist

Our Team

Rachel Kader

Rachel thrives in a fast-paced, high energy environment and is quickly able to adapt to change. Rachel’s sharp listening skills and keen attention for details allows her to deliver an unparalleled experience to her clients. Her honed negotiation skills give…

JoAnne Jones

JoAnne Jones has always been passionate about real estate. Over the years, she’s turned that interest into a successful career. In her role as a broker advisor, she provides a distinctive service to others while she does what she’s always loved to do…

Daniel Uribe | MJR Groupe

Daniel Uribe

Having lived in Colombia, New York, and now South Florida, Daniel knows what it’s like to relocate. He also knows how the guidance of an empathetic, supportive, and knowledgeable agent can help you ease the stress and overwhelm of the process…

What Our Clients Are Saying

Our family was introduced to Melissa when we relocated to South Florida a year ago. We were looking for a community, a good school for our teenage son, and great access to the amenities South Florida has to offer. Melissa took great effort to get to know us and find us a home that fulfilled all our needs. She provided recommendations for banks, schools, contractors, termite service, cleaning services. All of which we used with success, and which made the transition as smooth as it could be. We highly recommend Melissa to anyone taking on a relocation to this area. She’s a wealth of knowledge, and a consummate professional.

— The Hitt Family

In 2016, we engaged Melissa to lease a penthouse at Ten Museum Park. For the last four years, she has been successful every year in renting the apartment at a high level. In July 2020, in the middle of the pandemic, she even succeeded in renting it on a 12 month lease at a very favorable rent and because we were unable to travel during the lockdown, she went more than the extra mile by clearing out the apartment of unwanted clothes and furniture leftover by the prior tenants. We cannot recommend Melissa highly enough.

—  Peter Maddock, Manager, Wyatt Real Estates LLC.

I had to sell my home as part of my divorce settlement and Melissa and her team were there with me every step of the way. It was a difficult time however I knew the house was something I wouldn’t have to worry about. Melissa and her team took care of everything seamlessly, marketing and showing the home through negotiating and closing. Not only are they professional, they are supportive of their clients’ objectives. I cannot recommend Melissa and her team highly enough and am so grateful to have worked with them!

—  Regina M

Pavel was an incredible partner in finding our new home. He was always an advocate, very responsive, and never pushy. He supported us in sticking to our budget while at the same time level setting what the likely responses might be. He and his team made everything completely seamless from negotiating, to inspection oversight and closing day logistics. The entire process was turn-key and in the end we found the home that was perfect for our family.

— Drew K

Moving is always a difficult process, and Pavel made things very easy for me. He is a hard worker whose tireless efforts show results. His negotiation skills and experience were great assets. If you need a realtor, Pavel should be your first choice.

— Greg V

We have worked with Melissa in the purchase and sale of several local properties. In every instance, Melissa has proven to be exceedingly organized and tenacious in her advocacy for us, her clients. She manages every aspect of the transactions seamlessly, with no aspect of the process left to chance. She is a most generous person, and her support goes beyond what any client can reasonably expect from a sales agent.

— Rosie and Ben

Charitable Giving Program

Social responsibility is important to the MJR Groupe and our clients. We are committed to providing personalized service while also making a mark in the community. Through MJR Groupe Cares, we make a donation to our clients’ chosen nonprofit after each sale. On behalf of our clients, we’ve been able to make a huge impact in our community. MJR Groupe Cares has donated to a variety of organizations and causes, including: Habitat for Humanity, the American Cancer Society, Humane Society, the Junior League’s Inn Transition North Program, which provides housing and resources to women and children who are survivors of domestic violence, the United Way, the Red Cross, Mount Sinai Medical Center Foundation, the Bahamas hurricane relief efforts, and Thanksgiving and Christmas drives

Our Miami – NY Relationship

Miami is full of charming neighborhoods, each with its own distinctive character, excellent restaurants, enjoyable attractions, and housing opportunities. As a former resident of New York, Melissa Rubin knows there are clear correlations between many South Florida neighborhoods and those in NYC and the suburbs. Melissa loves exploring Miami, trying new restaurants, and experiencing its latest attractions. Here are a few of her favorites. Many descriptions have been collected directly from their original source.


The Village of Pinecrest is like Great Neck

Located a short distance from Coconut Grove and 20 minutes from Brickell, Pinecrest is a beautiful neighborhood to raise a family. It’s known for stunning larger homes on considerable lots (acre +) and excellent public schools.

Red Fish by Chef Adrianne

Located in Matheson Park, this seaside restaurant will make you feel like you’re enjoying a meal on a tropical Caribbean island. The menu is seafood-centric, but the fried chicken is incredible for those who prefer food that comes from land instead of the ocean. If you happen to be there around sunset, ask for a table on their upstairs rooftop terrace. And don’t mind the large iguanas. Watching them sunbathe just adds to the ambiance.
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Anacapri Restaurant, Market & Wine Bar

This cozy, Italian eatery has been a local favorite since 1990. It serves classic Italian-American favorites in a relaxed, casual environment. And if you’re looking for imported Italian ingredients and delicacies, you’re sure to find them inside their market.
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Town Kitchen and Bar

Located in a picturesque shopping center near the ever-popular Shops at Sunset Place, this fun and lively grill is known for an always rotating menu of updated classics. Their salads are plentiful, and, if you are a burger and fries kind of person, this is your place.
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Fairchild Tropical Botanic Gardens

Walking through the garden’s 85 acres full of extensive collections of rare tropical plants is a meditative way to spend an afternoon. Besides the incredible foliage, Fairchild often hosts special events, like the Chocolate Festival, the Orchid Festival, and even Dale Chihuly glass installations.
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Pinecrest Gardens

Pinecrest Gardens is a 20-acre arts park with attractions for all age groups, including a petting zoo, water playground, and a 500-seat outdoor amphitheater showcasing a six-month season of performing arts.
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The Deering Estate

This cultural destination was once the estate of Charles Deering, a Chicago industrialist, early preservationist, art collector, philanthropist, and environmentalist. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Deering Estate is now a top destination for signature events, programs, tours, and classes.
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Knaus Berry Farm

This place is a treat for the entire family! Knaus Berry Farm was founded in 1956 as a roadside stand where the Knaus brothers sold berries. Over the years, the brothers expanded their inventory. Today, they’re best known for their giant cinnamon buns. People have been known to stand in line for hours for the delicious treat.
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Coconut Grove is like Greenwich Village

It’s a charming, upscale neighborhood and also happens to be a walkable community. This bohemian community is filled with charming boutiques, galleries, gourmet restaurants, sidewalk cafes, beautiful parks, and magnificent views of the shoreline of Biscayne Bay. This leafy green community is a combination of high-rise condos, single-family homes, and townhomes. The Grove, as it is locally known, has always been appealing on both the residential and commercial side.


Italian by definition, coastal in spirit, Navé features a sophisticated yet straightforward seafood-centric menu like clam pizza, octopus, and lobster risotto, all paired with a selection of Italian wines unique to the restaurant.
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Bellini at Mr C Hotels

Influenced by extensive travels throughout Italy, the t​astes and presentations are a discovery of the crossroad between the Cipriani family time-honored tradition and wonderful recipes from different regions.

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Glass and Vine

In a very imaginative way, this restaurant is a throwback to Tavern on the Green. It sits amid 100-year-old trees and has a beautiful outdoor courtyard where you can people watch and enjoy nature. Whether nibbling on grilled cauliflower, Brussels Sprout, or fish, this restaurant is a beautiful place just to relax and breathe in Coconut Grove.
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Atchana's Homegrown Thai

You’ll feel like part of the family at this family-owned restaurant. The food is delicious, and every dish is made to order to your palate. They’ll even make a dish for your puppy.
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Owned by 2020 James Beard Awards “Best Chef: South” semifinalist
Michael Beltran, the ever-evolving menu follows the seasons as well as the inspirations of the moment.
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Coconut Grove Saturday Organic Market

Feed your soul, nourish your body, and replenish your kitchen at Glaser Organic Farms weekly market. In addition to fresh produce and a vegan cold-food bar, the market brings out numerous local vendors from the health and wellness industry.
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Coconut Grove Sailing Club

This club was established in 1946 to encourage the sport of sailing, promote the science of seamanship and navigation, sponsor cruises, races, and instructional classes, and foster a spirit of cooperation and good fellowship. Membership is not required to keep a boat on the mooring or partake in sailing lessons, but it does have its perks. This very social club with lots of private events is a fun place to learn to sail or enjoy a sundown cocktail.
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David T. Kennedy Park

2400 S. Bayshore Drive
Coconut Grove, FL 33133
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Peacock Park

2820 McFarlane Road
Coconut Grove, FL 33133
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Coconut Grove Dog Park

2171 S. Bayshore Drive
Coconut Grove, FL 33133
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Brickell is like the NYC Financial District

At the core of Miami’s downtown financial district, Brickell is ideal for urban-inspired living. There’s no need for cars between Uber, scooters, bicycles and the city’s excellent walkable design. Some of the newest condominiums are in this downtown area.


Incredibly creative Asia-inspired cuisine served in a stylish building with both indoor and outdoor seating.
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Edge Steak and Bar

On the seventh floor of the Four Seasons Hotel sits this very spacious and elegant space with delicious food and impressive presentation.
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Fi'lia at the SLS

Its food is the only thing that surpasses the hip environment of this hotel-eatery. Chef Michael Schwartz uses fresh and unusual ingredients to create simple and delicious.
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Pubbelly Sushi

The Pubbelly guys did it again with this indoor-outdoor space. The sushi is always fresh, and their food combinations are truly unique.
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This vibrant, indoor/outdoor Mexican restaurant serves tacos, ceviche, salads, juices, and mezcal cocktails.
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Hutong Miami

This Hong Kong-based restaurant, which has been tremendously successful in NYC, created a very sophisticated new outpost in Miami. Enjoy authentic and traditional Northern Chinese dishes, like their 100-year-old recipe for Peking duck, or dumplings filled with rose champagne. It is an extraordinary treat.
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Brickell City Center

This extraordinary multi-use outdoor mall in the heart of Brickell will eventually span up to five blocks to the west of Brickell Avenue and to the south of the Miami River.
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CMX Brickell City Center

Go to the movies in style. CMX luxury concept offers moviegoers the ultimate upscale yet relaxing experience with its high-end décor, amazingly comfortable reclining seats, in-house, chef-prepared cuisine, and signature handcrafted cocktails.
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Vizcaya Museum and Gardens

This European-inspired estate and National Historic Landmark is a 1916 waterfront museum with 32 decorated rooms and 10 acres of formal gardens. It was the former estate of businessman James Deering. It’s a breathtaking location to get your steps in and take a break from the hustle and bustle of the day.
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Virginia Key Outdoor Center

The best way to explore this 863-acre barrier island is to get out on the water with a paddleboard or kayak. The Virginia Key Outdoor Center also offers guided paddleboard yoga classes, full-moon kayak adventures, fishing trips, and manatee safaris. And between November to mid-April, the center also offers a nighttime paddle to see an underwater firework display put on by resident bioluminescent plankton.
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Southside Park

With a playground, open field, and benches for relaxation, this large urban park is popular with dogs.
140 SW 11th Street
Miami FL 33130
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The Arts and Entertainment District is like Upper West Side Lincoln Center

Ideally located 10 minutes from Miami Beach, 10 minutes from Brickell, 10 minutes from the Design District/Wynwood/Midtown, and 10 minutes from Miami International Airport, this quaint neighborhood is home to a growing arts and entertainment scene.

Soya e Pomodoro

This charming Italian restaurant is a romantic collision of food and ambiance. The food is inspired by Pompei and its traditions. Set in the remnants of a 1926 building makes the restaurant even more charming.
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Balloo Restaurant

This namesake restaurant, from the mastermind behind Sugarcane, reflects Chef Timon Balloo’s Chinese-Indian-Trinidadian heritage. The cozy 21-seat eatery is creating some of Miami’s most unique dishes, like roasted curry calabaza and Trini oxtail with pigeon peas and rice.
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Located 10 minutes from the Arts and Entertainment neighborhood in Little Havana is a rooftop gem. It offers a variety of veggie-forward dishes. At night the space transforms into a hip rooftop bar with plenty of tropical cocktails and downtown Miami views.
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Kiki on the River

Arrive by car or by boat to this very happening spot on the Miami River. It boasts a superb St. Tropez vibe on the water with fantastic Greek food and fresh fish.
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This casual Italian spot with a charming outdoor terrace has a similar vibe as Carmines in NY but on a smaller scale. Portions are meant to be shared, especially their chicken parmesan, which is incredible and large enough to feed a family.
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Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM)

Enjoy the incredible architecture, vibrant exhibits, hands-on workshops, educational programs, and community events at this contemporary art museum. After strolling through the museum, relax on the terrace with a cup of coffee or a glass of wine and enjoy the water view.
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Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science

This museum is dedicated to sharing the power of science, sparking wonder and investigation, and fueling innovation for the future. It’s a great place to take the children for an afternoon of fun and learning. And don’t forget to check out the planetarium.
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Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts

One of the top performing arts centers in the world, the Arsht Center presents Broadway shows, symphony, opera, music, and dance. Prepare to be dazzled by its incredible acoustics and architecture.
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If you like live music, you’ll love Melinda’s. This casual neighborhood eatery and cocktail lounge sits in a stunning courtyard orchid garden. Wednesday night is live jazz night, and every night enjoy the best thin crust pizza in Miami.
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Jungle Island

Combining Miami’s tropical landscape with a jungle full of extraordinary animals, Jungle Island is one of Miami’s premier entertainment destinations.
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Miami Children's Museum

This interactive museum is dedicated to enriching all children’s lives by fostering a love of learning and enabling them to realize their highest potential. It inspires children to play, learn, imagine, and create.
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Miami's first live/work area, Midtown is reminiscent of New York's SoHo district

It’s walking distance to the Design District, Edgewater, Wynwood, and 10 minutes from Miami Beach and Miami International Airport.


Enjoy eclectic small plates and artisanal cocktails served in a cool space with lots of outdoor seating. If you want to try something different, the Brussels Sprout, sushi, duck & waffles will not disappoint.
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Salumeria 104

This charming restaurant is a combination of an Italian trattoria and neighborhood salumi (cured meats). It offers intimate seating inside and tables along the sidewalk outside.
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Magdoos Miami

If you’re looking for something different, Magdoos is a nice change of pace from other ethnic cuisines. This restaurant offers incredible Lebanese food, including Fattoush Kibbe, a crowd favorite.
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Morgan's Restaurant

Charming rooms create an ideal ambiance in which to enjoy modern home-style comfort food. With lots of outdoor seating in a modest old house with a covered porch, Morgan’s creates a relaxed environment for brunch and lunch.
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The Shops at Midtown

This urban, open-air shopping center offers a fun outdoor experience for retail therapy and dining.
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Known for its colorful murals, Wynwood is always buzzing with activity

It’s home to art galleries, boutiques, hip restaurants, and live/work spaces. If you’re looking for a fun way to spend the day, begin at the walls and wander everywhere.


This Basque-inspired restaurant, located in the new Rubell Museum, offers innovative cuisine while paying homage to the classic Spanish culinary traditions. Executive Chef Mikel Goikolea has genuinely created an inspiringly creative menu.
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This restaurant is a must-visit in Miami – a modern Asian-style eatery offering grilled meats, sashimi, plus a terrific mixologist.
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A phenomenal secret; this rooftop restaurant and bar has spectacular views and mouthwatering Greek food. The best pairing: the whole fish and determining what type of creatures are painted on the side of the building.
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Spanglish Craft Cocktail Bar + Kitchen

Named after Miami’s “unofficial” language, Spanglish is a hybrid of English and Spanish often heard in Miami. The bar and lounge, not the language, is chic and boasts Instagram-worthy drinks and small creative bites.
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Wynwood Walls

This unique outdoor destination features a collection of incredible graffiti art, galleries, and a restaurant called Wynwood Bar and Grill.
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Museum of Graffiti

This museum is intimate and informative about this art form. What was once a sleepy, industrial neighborhood, Wynwood has been transformed by Graffiti artists.
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The Margulies Collection at the Warehouse

The Margulies Collection at the Warehouse is a not-for-profit institution dedicated to presenting exhibitions and educational programs that explore contemporary art and culture. The Warehouse is operated and funded by the Martin Z. Margulies Foundation. Martin Margulies himself was an avid collector of photography, video and installation works, and sculpture.
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Rubell Museum

Inside a repurposed DEA warehouse, Miami residents Don and Mera Rubell share the contemporary art collection they’ve collected over the last 50 years.
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The Miami Design District is a creative neighborhood and shopping destination dedicated to innovative fashion, design, art, and dining.

Like Madison Avenue, the area encompasses the most luxurious brands in the world. Posh fashion and jewelry boutiques, cafes, and celebrity-chef restaurants dot the area.

Mandolin Aegean Bistro

A 1940s-era house with patio seating sets the stage for refined versions of Greek and Turkish foods. During the summer, misters make it pleasing to be outside. Menu favorites include the Greek salad, the lamb chops, and the whole Branzino.
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Michael's Genuine Food and Drink

Michael Schwartz’s flagship restaurant in the Design District offers delicious, locally-sourced comfort foods, inventive desserts, and thoughtful service. It feels like the cheers of Miami. The moment you walk through the door, you’re greeted with a smile and palpable energy.
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L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon

This modern French restaurant, featuring à la carte and tasting menus, is truly a culinary experience. Every attention to detail has been expressed. If you’re looking for an elegant setting with superb service, head to the upstairs bar.
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Baccarat Boutique BBar and Lounge

The first concept store to open in the U.S., the Baccarat Boutique BBar and Lounge offers a unique experience. Sip a coffee, tea, or cappuccino, enjoy a bubbling coupe of champagne or a glass of wine, and taste their delicious food all on Baccarat crystal. The location is a glamorous backdrop to the beautiful and colorful crystal.
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Ember Miami

Miami’s melting pot inspired Chef Brad Kilgore to create this bistro concept. Ember is a wood-fired American bistro focusing on classic and modern fare, wood-fired dishes, smoke-laden meats, pastas, and shareable sides.
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Harry's Pizzeria

A Michael Schwartz concept of incredibly creative pizza, salads, and craft beers in an urban-rustic setting. Their outdoor sidewalk space is fun for people watching while enjoying a great meal.
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Miami Design District

Located Between NE 2nd Avenue on the east and Miami Avenue on the west from 36th street to 41st Street, the District is home to more than 120 flagship stores like Balenciaga, Hermes, Fendi, Dior, Cartier, Louis Vuitton, and more – making it one of the world’s greatest shopping areas.
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Institute of Contemporary Art Miami (ICA Miami)

This contemporary art museum is dedicated to promoting continuous experimentation in art, advancing new scholarship, and fostering the exchange of arts and ideas throughout the Miami region and internationally. The museum is deeply committed to providing open, public access to artistic excellence by offering year-round free admission.
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~South Beach & SOFI~

South Beach & SOFI, South of Fifth on Miami Beach

South Beach is famous for its sandy beach, swaying palm trees, and iconic pastel-colored Art Deco buildings. This neighborhood with a small-town feel offers a unique mix of homes. Here, you’ll also find some of the most exclusive high-rise condominiums in Miami Beach, surrounded by a laid-back, family-friendly, community-oriented experience.

SOFI, South of Fifth on Miami Beach, is a walkable area with spectacular condominiums, beautiful parks, and some of the city’s best restaurants. Just off the MacArthur Causeway, SOFI is a small affluent neighborhood centrally located to downtown Miami and the airport.


1669 Collins Ave., Miami Beach (in the Ritz Carlton)

Celebrating the South of France’s festive spirit, generous cuisine, and friendly atmosphere, bringing the French joie de vivre to Miami.

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Estiatorio Milos

Better known as Milos, this Greek-inspired restaurant is the perfect blend of incredible food and sophisticated ambiance. With one of the best prix fixe lunches in town, Milos is a go-to spot for lunch and dinner.
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Smith and Wollensky

Known for their meats and fish, this restaurant is a Miami Beach staple. Located at the southern-most tip of SOFI, Smith and Wollensky delivers incredible sunsets. Enjoy dining on the water and then take a stroll on boardwalk and the beach.
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Joe's Stone Crab

No trip to South Florida is complete without visiting this Miami institution. From October to May, the restaurant draws crowds for its stone crabs and key lime pie. If you’re in the mood for something else, their fried chicken and burgers are incredible. Go early or anticipate a wait. Better yet, go to Joe’s take out and have a picnic in the park!
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Juan Chipoco, the man behind CVI.CHE 105, has opened his Peruvian-Nikkei outpost in SOFI. The menu boasts a wide variety of Peruvian and Japanese dishes like tiradito, ceviche, sushi rolls, short rib, and Peruvian cocktails like pisco sours. The food and ambiance are both creative and yet low key.
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South Pointe Park

Recently redone, the park is at the tip of South Beach. It is a tranquil spot to soak in the views.
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SoundScape Park

This 2.5-acre urban park in the heart of Miami Beach is an ideal gathering place for cultural and special events. Share a picnic and watch the New World Symphony or a movie on the WALLCAST®.
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Lincoln Road Mall

Located just a few blocks off the beach, Lincoln Road Mall is South Florida’s premier outdoor shopping, dining, and entertainment destination.
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Duck Tours South Beach

Don’t be turned off by its hokeyness! This is a fun way to explore and a terrific way to understand the history of Miami Beach.
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Bass Museum

The Bass is a historic art deco space that’s been recently renovated and reopened. It features diverse art, artifacts, films, lectures, and sculpture garden.
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Miami Beach Botanical Gardens

These 2.6 acres of urban green space were founded in 1962 and transformed in 2011 with a landscape renovation by renowned landscape architect Raymond Jungles. The gardens are a relaxing way to spend some time.
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Holocaust Memorial Miami Beach

In 1984 a small group of Holocaust survivors had an idea to create a memorial for the six million Jewish people who died at the hands of the Nazis. Visiting it is a powerful and emotional experience. The street numbers of the memorial’s physical address match the years of the Nazi regime, one reason why the committee felt the memorial belonged in this specific location.
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