Welcome to the Miami Beach Boardwalk:

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Miami Beach Boardwalk

The Miami Beach Boardwalk is a must-see when visiting the Miami, Florida area. It is a beautiful and scenic pathway that stretches from the southern point of South Beach northward for approximately 40 blocks. You have beautiful views of the Atlantic ocean on one side and views of lavish South Beach hotels and condos on the other. 

The boardwalk is sometimes referred to as the South Beach Boardwalk or Beachwalk since much of it spans through the hottest destinations on South Beach.  There are plenty of places to stop and rest or to get a drink and a bite to eat. Feel free to walk or jog along the path and enjoy the beauty of South Beach. NOTE: No bikes are allowed north of 21st street. Most of the path south of 21st street is bike friendly.

You can easily access the famous "Lincoln Road" pedestrian mall. Lincoln Road (which runs East and West) terminates at the boardwalk. Just north of Washington Avenue (one block west of the boardwalk), Lincoln road turns into a pedestrian mall with dozens of shops and restaurants that runs for 10 blocks or so.

The Miami Boardwalk is one of the most popular and scenic destinations for all Miami and Miami Beach visitors.  However, it is also enjoyed equally by the locals.  The Miami Beach Boardwalk is truly a South Florida gem!  You can find a convenient map, parking suggestions and the boardwalk address HERE.


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September 21st, 2017 - Flamingo South Beach is planning a major renovation - Curbed Miami

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Flamingo South Beach is planning a major renovation
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The Flamingo South Beach, which has a reputation for being among the rowdiest and youngest residential complexes in Miami Beach, is planning a major renovation that will include new retail, reports The Next Miami. While the renovation is scheduled to ...

 
September 19th, 2017 - How Hurricane Irma blew away the beach in Miami Beach - Miami Herald

How Hurricane Irma blew away the beach in Miami Beach
Miami Herald
Hurricane Irma smacked Miami Beach's shoreline with enough wind and rain to reshape some of the water's edge, including washing away chunks of sand from a recently completed $11.5 million beach widening project. In many places, the sand blew off the ...

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September 20th, 2017 - Jeremy Ford's Stubborn Seed Opens in South Beach - Miami New Times

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Jeremy Ford's Stubborn Seed Opens in South Beach
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"This concept will offer guests a truly unique experience, with a special tasting menu that will take diners on a journey, with Jeremy as their guide.” Stubborn Seed. 101 Washington Ave., Miami Beach; 786-322-5211; stubbornseed.com. Open for dinner 6 ...
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September 18th, 2017 - Irma emptied hotels before it arrived in Florida. A week later, some are still closed - Miami Herald

Irma emptied hotels before it arrived in Florida. A week later, some are still closed
Miami Herald
In the days before Hurricane Irma made landfall in Florida, Miami-Dade's hotels emptied out and profits plummeted, signaling the first of a sting of hurricane-induced challenges for the region's tourism industry. Now, a week after the hurricane, some ...

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September 21st, 2017 - Florida tourism bounces back after Hurricane Irma - Yahoo Finance

Yahoo Finance

Florida tourism bounces back after Hurricane Irma
Yahoo Finance
The #MiamiNow campaign will run until Oct. 31. According to Talbert, local hotels have worked incredibly hard to get things back to normal as fast as possible. On Sept.18, just seven days after Irma, The Loews Hotel on South Beach welcomed 400 ...
Coastal Construction Assists in Disaster Relief Efforts After Hurricane Irma - Supplying the Florida Keys and the ...Business Wire (press release)

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September 15th, 2017 - South Beach's Epicure Market Closes Forever - Miami New Times

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South Beach's Epicure Market Closes Forever
Miami New Times
Epicure Market, a Miami Beach tradition since 1945, has closed for good thanks to Hurricane Irma. In a tweet this morning, the South Beach grocery/prepared-foods specialty store announced its days are done.
Epicure Market closes for goodMiami Herald

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September 13th, 2017 - Still have no power? Hotels have special rates at $99 or less - Miami Herald

Miami Herald

Still have no power? Hotels have special rates at $99 or less
Miami Herald
The properties participating are: the Delano, SLS South Beach and SLS Brickell. Below are Miami Beach hotels offering discounted rates, available to residents with a valid Miami Beach photo ID, per the city's list: ▫ Nautilus Hotel: $99 a night rate ...

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September 8th, 2017 - Meet the Brave South Beach Residents Hunkering Down for Hurricane Irma - Miami New Times

Miami New Times

Meet the Brave South Beach Residents Hunkering Down for Hurricane Irma
Miami New Times
As Hurricane Irma churns freakishly close to Florida, an estimated 650,000 Miami-Dade residents are now a part of Mayor Carlos Gimenez's mandatory evacuation order. On barrier islands like Miami Beach, officials were warning people to get out of Dodge ...

 
September 21st, 2017 - Visit Miami Beach Opens at New Location - Miami's Community Newspapers

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Visit Miami Beach Opens at New Location
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Singer served as President and CEO of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce from May 1988 to July 2005 and is currently the proprietor of Devonfield Country Inn. He devoted much of his early career in promoting South Beach and the Miami Beach ...

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September 14th, 2017 - Miami Beach hotels offer hurricane-relief discount for residents - Sun Sentinel

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Miami Beach hotels offer hurricane-relief discount for residents
Sun Sentinel
... we have a special program by multiple hotels in Miami Beach,'' Mayor Philip Levine said in a video message to residents. “The beach is back.” The hotels include the Loews Miami Beach Hotel at 1601 Collins Ave., Dream South Beach at 1111 Collins Ave ...
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