Top Things to Do in Miami

Top attractions and destinations for travelers visiting Miami, including trendy neighborhoods, shopping districts, dance clubs, museums and more

Public House

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Vertigo Sky Lounge

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The Violet Hour

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Serving up Fun: 4 Indy Bars Offering More Than Just Cocktails

Sometimes a night out calls for more than just a cocktail at a high-top. For nights when your inner child demands fun and games, Indy has the ticket with local bars that serve up Jenga with their gin.


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The Best New Cocktail Bars in Paris

After seeing the Eiffel Tower and shopping along the Avenue des Champs-Elysées there is nothing better than enjoying a cocktail and here we bring you our top three favourite bars.


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Summery Sipping in New Orleans

New Orleans is a fun place to eat and drink. In early May James Beard Awards were given to stellar chefs Rebecca Wilcomb (Herbsaint) and Zachary Engel (Shaya), and there was a long overdue nod to the city’s cocktail culture with a win for Arnaud’s French 75, helmed by star...

In the 'Hood: Exploring Miami's Sunset Harbour

Once a warehouse district, the waterfront neighborhood of Sunset Harbour has steadily evolved into a trendy haven for locals escaping the high rents from other parts of South Beach and visitors looking for a good meal. Located on the northwest corner of Miami Beach, this enclave distinguished...

Singer Steve Grand Drops New Music Just in Time for Pride

Steve Grand, the Chicago-bred singer and openly gay celeb, has some advice for his fans: “Go out and get touched,” he laughs.

The hunky crooner, 27, is referencing the particularly sexy song “Safe and Sound” from his upcoming sophomore album, which he expects to release later this year....

Retiro: Don't Dismiss This Once-Gritty 'Hood in Buenos Aires

The Retiro neighbourhood has long been a gateway to the Argentine capital, once the arrival point for millions of European migrants and today home to the biggest rail terminal in Buenos Aires.

Its history harks back to colonial times, when a bullring entertained crowds and General José de...

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