The Fashion Girl's Spot for Coffee

Dior Cafe

Located on the boutique's third floor terrace surrounded by luscious greenery and statues with the brand's iconic toile de Jouy print, this pop-up cafe is the chicest place to grab a cup of coffee. Their cappuccino comes with the Dior logo stamped on the foam, making this place an Instagram-worthy stop. Miami Design District

Where to Eat Like a Celebrity

Swan Restaurant and Bar Bevy

Cofounded by restaurant entrepreneur David Grutman and musician Pharrell Williams, this restaurant and second-floor bar offers a globally inspired menu made with all local ingredients. If you need any more convincing, Virgil Abloh, Lenny Kravitz, and Kanye West have been known to stop by when they're in the neighborhood. Miami Design District

Where the Cool Kids Hang Out

Andrew Pop-Up Store and Skate Park

Andrew is a Miami-native skate shop and apparel brand. In a short amount of time-the original downtown store was founded in 2017-Andrew has become a quintessential spot for Miami's creatives. The pop-up store and skate park in the Design District attracts Miami's cool crowd, making it also a good place to people watch if skateboarding isn't your thing.Miami Design District

Where to Splurge and Fall in Love

Celine Store

This particular Celine store was designed by Swiss architect Valerio Olgiati and features a staircase with pastel blue marble walls that feels like a stairway to a Hedi Slimane leather heaven. Miami Design District

Where to Eat Lunch

St. Roch Market

Not your average food hall, St. Roch Market offers diverse options from 12 different 'chef concepts' that range from vegan butternut nachos to Peruvian-style ceviches. Miami Design District

Where to Cool Off

MadLab Creamery

What better way to beat the heat than indulging in ice cream? MadLabs is a dessert wonderland that not carries various seasonal and classic ice cream flavors, more than 30 toppings, and other fun treats like wiggly Japanese cheesecake and matcha Swiss rolls. Miami Design District

Where to Get Inspired

Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami

This three-floor museum showcases some of the best local and emerging artists Miami has to offer. With free admission year-round, this museum is a must see for art-lovers. Miami Design District

How to Navigate the Neighborhood

Public Art Tour

Miami Design District is essentially an art playground with sculptures scattered throughout the streets and unique facades decorating every building. There's so much to see, the neighborhood offers free guided art tours twice a month that will give you the background information you need to write an informed Instagram caption.Miami Design District

Where to Have Group Dinner

Kaido

Run by Chef Brad Kilgore and mixologist Nico de Soto, Kaido is a Tokyo-style restaurant and bar with a unique Asian-inspired menu. Its curated multi-course tastings (the uni fondue is a must-try!) make it the perfect place for a night out with friends.Juan Fernando Ayora

Where to Spend Friday Nights

The Miami Design District Performance Series

Every Friday, The Palm Court becomes a stage for live musical performances open to the public. With past performances including a Bob Marley tribute by Third World & Jo Marley, salsa singer Luis Enrique, and the Miami Symphony Orchestra, this event promises to kick off Friday night right. Miami Design District