Top 10 Places to See in West Palm Beach/Miami

Top 10 Places to See in West Palm Beach/Miami

In February, Christie and I drove down to West Palm Beach to see our friends at The Village Vapor Company. We talked with them about their vape shop and what makes it unique, but after that, it was time to explore West Palm…and we even made it to Miami.

After our adventure, I decided that these are the top 10 things to see in the West Palm Beach/Miami area:

10. Downtown West Palm Beach

It really amazes me how talented people are; the murals in downtown West Palm Beach are beautiful. There’s so much unique artwork, you can’t help but to stop and look at each one. And the marina near Flagler Drive is a great spot to relax and enjoy the scenery.

 

 

9. Nick’s 50’s Diner

Their website says, “Good Food! Good Times!” and they aren’t lying. Christie ordered the Belgian waffle with blueberries, and I got the Deuces, which is eggs, bacon, toast and hash browns. You could tell by how fast we ate that the food was delicious. But the food wasn’t the only good part, the customer service was also amazing. We got our food in less than 10 minutes, our waitress was super friendly, and the mood was easygoing.

 

 

8. The Avocado Grill

This restaurant has a unique design with a little island feel to it. And don’t worry, there are several dishes served without avocado if it’s not your thing (How the f**k do you not like avocado though??). Anyway, the menu is diverse, and the staff is incredible.

  

7. Versailles Cuban Cuisine

I ordered the croquette sandwich, a Cuban sandwich with croquettes in it, and was really impressed. I’m sure you’ve had a Cuban sandwich before, but it was probably nothing compared to this sandwich from Versailles. Order it with an espresso and a side of plantains, and you’ll be on cloud nine.

  

6. Little Havana

In Little Havana, we walked down 8th Street, or Calle Ocho, which has a lot of Cuban culture. You’ll see the “Welcome to Little Havana” sign, the murals, and Domino Park where locals play dominos and board games. You’ll also find the iconic Ball & Chain bar. It’s been around since the 1930s and has an interesting story behind it.

   

5. The Salty Donut

We found the cutest donut shop and coffee bar in Miami. This spot makes its donuts and toppings in-house and offers mouthwatering choices like cookies and crème fritter, Nutella, and flan. We ordered the maple bacon and guava with cheese donuts, but I’m pretty sure any donut you choose will be a good choice.

  

4. Wynwood and Wynwood Walls

This whole district is covered with incredible street art, Christie and I just kept snapping pictures. The dedication of these artists is so impressive, it must take countless hours to make each piece of artwork. Visiting Wynwood Walls should be on your bucket list if it isn’t already.

   

3. Miami Beach

Christie took her shoes off as soon as we got to the beach, and I can’t blame her. There’s nothing like feeling the warm sand in your toes. For Miami Beach, I’ll let the images speak for themselves.

   

2. Art Deco Historic District

Get ready to walk for this one, there’s so much to see. The district has a lot of palm trees and Art Deco architecture, which is known for its bright blues, pinks, and oranges. You can see these colors on Miami Beach between 5th street and 23rd street.

   

1.Downtown Miami/Bayfront Park

If you go to downtown Miami, then you should take a trip back in time at the Freedom Tower. It represents stories of Cubans evacuating to America during the Cold War because it was a reception center for Cuban refugees from 1962 to 1974. It was donated to Miami Dade College in 2005 and is now an art museum and education center. Just down the road is Bayfront Park, a gorgeous park that overlooks Biscayne Bay.

  

Keep this list in mind if you plan to go to the West Palm Beach/Miami area soon. And keep an eye on our social channels for more #HaloCigsTravel.

 

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Kendall is a true foodie. Her hobbies include trying new foods, traveling, and shopping.

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