Food and drink options abound in South Beach—everything from oceanfront fine dining at the hotels to beach dives. Two of the most popular spots in the area are La Sandwicherie (French sandwiches with a twist) and Puerto Sagua (old-school Cuban diner fare). Both are tasty options before or after your day of Art Deco District strolling and South Beach people-watching.
Art Deco District at night
If time permits, it’s worthwhile to see the Art Deco District in the daytime and the nighttime. During the day, the colors of the architecture really pop, and, of course, you can hit the world-renowned beach. At night, the glow of the neon lights works its magic and adds to the buzz of the famous South Florida nightlife.