Art and Bagels in Miami, Florida

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On the way to the Florida Keys, Clay and I stayed a night in Miami. We ate some awesome food and visited the Wynwood Arts District.

Here is a photo journey of our short but sweet trip!

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El Jefe’s Luchador is not in Miami, but in Deerfield Beach. It was a stop we made on the way, as it was right off our route on A1A. We came to El Jefe’s during a vacation to Deerfield Beach a few years back. We went there almost everyday when we found out about it. We had to make the stop this time. I love love LOVE their El Rey and Blue Demon taco. img_2601img_2603

When we got to Miami, we went to this restaurant called Finka Table and Tap. Its a fusion of Cuban, Peruvian, and Korean. Everything was pretty damn good. It was super hip inside. It’s definitely the place to try out a new outfit. The food was fresh and flavorful, and our waiter, if memory serves me I’d like to say his name was Robert, was funny and friendly.

I feel as though I’m writing a Yelp review…

But it is a cool date/friends night out type of place.

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The Wynwood Arts District was the most enjoyable aspect of the trip for me. I really appreciated and loved the culture that surrounded the area. img_2624

We stopped at a coffee shop called MIAM Café. The coffee was strong and delightful, and it was in a great location to just sit outside and savor the morning. 

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The Jerry Seinfeld piece made me all too happy. It was a piece done by NYC artist sacsix.

It was a Festivus for the rest of us.

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My dear friend and Miami native suggested this bagel place, Arnie and Richie’s. Bagel’s make me feel at home in New York, especially with nova cream cheese. This is where I would have made use of that little emoji with the hands raised. Bagel in hand, I was super content and prepared for the drive to the Keys.

Which is where I went next.
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Though it was short, my trip to Miami was great. I really enjoyed the sights and the food. It is a great city, and I still have more to see of it. That is a future trip.

 

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Author: elementsofhill

Feminist, coffee enthusiast, writer.

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