Shopping in Miami Florida
Places to shop in Miami
Shopping in Miami-Dade County can be an exciting experience. Renowned for its swanky shopping districts and considerable number of malls, Miami is one of the prime shopping destinations in America, if not in the world.
In this corner of The Sunshine State you will find dedicated shopping districts, traditional enclosed malls and luxurious outdoor Lifestyle Centers, all with their own unique styles and atmospheres.
Indulge yourself in the astonishing variety, from upscale boutiques to premier outlet stores.
We have loosely arranged the following list around the areas in which the malls are located although wherever you are in Miami-Dade County you are never far away from a store!
Coral GablesMiracle Marketplace
3301 Coral Way, Coral Gables.
Village Of Merrick Park
Recently re-opened following an extensive refurbishment, it now includes stores such as Bed, Bath and Beyond, Nordstrom’s Rack and PetSmart. There is also a Bally’s fitness facility. One of the only malls with no restaurants or eateries .
358 San Lorenzo Avenue, Coral Gables.
Opened in 2002 and set against a backdrop of beautiful sub tropical gardens, Merrick Park offers over 100 retail stores and an Equinox fitness club and Spa.
3015 Grand Avenue, Coconut Grove.
Shoppes at Mayfair in the Grove
Following a recent 10 million dollar renovation, CocoWalk is a shopper’s paradise, containing a vast number of shops and boutiques. It is a convenient destination for shopping, dining and entertainment with live entertainment provided by a number of bars. There is also a state of the art movie theater.
2911 Grand Ave. Coconut Grove.
In the heart of Coconut Grove this is where you will find some of the best shopping in the area, stylish clothing boutiques, home decoration and much, much more. A great choice for shops, cafes and fine dining.
19501 Biscayne Boulevard, Aventura.
The largest conventional shopping mall in Florida, Aventura Mall is spread over three floors and houses over 280 stores. There is also a food court with a selection of 18 different fast food eateries to choose from.
After a hard day shopping relax at the on premises Spa or get pampered at one of the numerous Beauty Salons on offer.
The Palms at Town and Country
8268 Mills Drive, Kendall.
This recently redeveloped open air center brings together a host of retail stores, entertainment, restaurants and specialty businesses.
7535 Dadeland Mall, Kendall.
Including Saks Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom, JCPenney and Florida’s largest Macy’s, Dadeland Mall contains more than 185 specialty stores. It is easily recognizable by the blue concrete tower with a D for Dadeland at the top.
8888 SW 136 Street, Kendall.
Opened in 1980 and designed around a man made lagoon complete with pools, waterfalls and bridges. The Falls is home to over 100 upscale stores, restaurants and cafes, including both a Macy’s and a Bloomingdales, a Pottery Barn, Banana Republic, an Apple store and plenty more. There is also a luxury movie theater.
The Shops at Mary Brickell Village
901 South Miami Avenue, Brickell.
This upscale and laid back retail center has a varied mixture of restaurants and stores. It is also home to a weekly Sunday market where you will find, amongst other things, arts and crafts, plants, jewelry and baked goods.
The Shops at Midtown Miami
3401 N. Miami Avenue, Midtown.
Set in the middle of Miami’s art district and occupying 26 acres, this shopping district is spread out over a three block radius. There are a number of specialty stores and lifestyle retailers surrounded by National treasures such as Loehmanns, West Elm and Marshalls.
Las Olas Riverfront
300 SW 1st Avenue, Fort Lauderdale.
Situated in downtown Fort Lauderdale and home to many shops, restaurants, art galleries and boutiques, the Riverfront also has a bustling nightclub and bar scene and a 15 screen cinema.
1675 West 49th Street, Hialeah.
First opened in 1971, it now houses over 100 stores including Sears, JCPenney and Macy’s. There is also a great selection of eating places from fast food to fine dining.
20505 South Drive Highway, Cutler Bay.
Originally called Cutler Ridge Mall, Southland Mall is great place to go to pamper yourself in the spa or work out at Bally’s Total Fitness center. There is also a movie theater and a whole host of stores and restaurants.
Florida Keys Outlet Center
250 East Palm Drive, Florida City.
Find impressive savings at stores such as Gap Outlet, Guess?, Nike, Tommy Hilfiger and many, many more. There are also a handful of restaurants in which to refuel.
Shoppes of II Villagio
1455 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach.
The Mall at 163rd Street
16,000 Square feet of retail space on the first floor of Ocean Drive’s trendy II Villagio condominium complex.
1421 Northeast 163rd Street, North Miami Beach.
Shops at Skylake
Spread out over three floors this is where you find The Home Depot, Office Depot and a Wal-Mart supercenter.
1770 Northeast Miami Gardens Drive, North Miami Beach.
Renovated in 1999 this is an eclectic mixture of stores, including a TJ Maxx, Radio Shack, a Goodwill store and Blockbuster, plus a selection of barbers, hair and nail salons and a huge L.A Fitness facility.
Occupying ten blocks between Lincoln Road and Ocean Drive, 7 of which are closed to traffic, The Shops on Miami Beach is the place to be seen. This collection of stores, boutiques, galleries, restaurants and museums creates a unique atmosphere that attracts people from all over the world, you never know which celebrity you might bump into! A great place for people watching whilst sipping a latte in a pavement cafe.
The Dolphin Mall
11401 Northwest 12th Street, Doral.
Miami International Mall
Dolphin Mall is the largest mall in Miami-Dade County combining shopping with themed entertainment. Here you will find stores that you will find nowhere else in the County such as a Coach Factory store, Saks Fifth Avenue off Fifth and Last call by Nieman Marcus. Open from 9 am to 10 pm there is also a variety of restaurants and a large food court.
1455 NW 107th Avenue, Doral.
Galeria International Mall
So named because of its proximity to Miami International Airport this mall contains 5 department stores, Macy’s the Women’s and kid’s store, Macy’s Men’s and home, Dillard’s, JCPenney and Sears. There are also a further 140 stores. A children’s play area, “Kidgits corner”, will keep the little ones occupied to leave you free to indulge yourself.
255 East Flagler Street, Doral.
Galeria is an excellent multicultural mall comprising of over 80 stores, mainly clothing, electronics and sporting goods. The food court features mostly Cuban and South American cuisine.
Sawgrass Mills Outlet Mall.
12801 W Sunrise Blvd, Sunrise.
With more than 350 brand name stores and outlets spread out over 2.5 million square feet of retail space, this is the 4th largest Mall in America. With all of the usual suspects, Gap, Nike, Bloomingdales and a Cheesecake Factory, you might need to pencil in a whole day just to look around it.
Bal Harbour Shops
This upscale open air shopping mall is not just a place to be seen, it is the place to be seen. Bal Harbour is as famous for its shows as for it stores, hosting an array of fashion shows and public appearances every year. It is internationally renowned for its collection of luxury retail.
Seybold Building Arcade
36 Northeast 1st Street, Downtown Miami.
As the largest Jewelry building in Florida and the second largest Jewelry building in the United States, The Seybold Building covers 10 floors with over 280 Jewelers. There are also two restaurants available.
Mall of the Americas
7795 West Flagler Street, Fountainebleau.
Originally opened in 1970 as the Midway Mall, it became the Mall of the Americas in 1987. Now home to a wide range of stores and fine dining there is also a 14 screen movie theater. Has excellent disabled access but is in need of refurbishment to bring it up to standard.
The Shops at Sunset Place
5701 Sunset Drive, South Miami.
This outdoor shopping mall opened in 1999 and features Barnes and Noble, GameWorks, Florida’s only NikeTown and an Imax theater. A Splitsville bowling center was opened there in 2008.
401 Biscayne Boulevard, Biscayne.
An open air mall with shops, restaurants, free entertainment, rides and a marina Bayside Marketplace is located on the water with spectacular views across the bay. It’s proximity to Bayside Park means that it is easy to get away from the hustle and bustle of the busy shopping area for a moments relaxation.