Flagami, Miami Places

Part of our Miami travel guide; our list of the best things to see in Flagami, including Sun Life Stadium, Marlins Park and Back In Style Vintage & Designer Clothing & Accessories.
  • The best place in Flagami Miami: Sun Life Stadium

    Sun Life Stadium

    2269 Dan Marino Boulevard
    This football stadium has been renamed several times in its history. Some of its previous names include Dolphin Stadium, Dolphins Stadium, Pro Player Stadium, and Land Shark Stadium. It is primarily known as the home of the NFL’s Miami Dolphins. Ironically, FedEx Orange Bowl games are held here instead of the Orange Bowl on 11th Street, which has been torn down to make way for Marlins Park (see below). The Miami Hurricanes (college) moved from the Orange Bowl in 2008 to make way for its demolition and redevelopment. MLB's Florida Marlins (now Miami Marlins) played baseball here through the 2011 season, but moved to Marlins Park in 2012. For tours of Sun Life Stadium, contact rheard@dolphinstadium.com or call +1 305 623-6286. Tour prices are $3 for children under 14, $5 for those 14 and older and $4 for senior citizens. Check website for individual phone numbers for tickets to Miami Dolphins games and the Orange Bowl.
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  • The newest stadium in Major League Baseball, Marlins Park opened in April 2012 at the former site of the Orange Bowl as the new home of the renamed Miami Marlins. The futuristic, retractable-roof park broke new ground in ballpark architecture; at the insistence of team owner Jeffrey Loria, it is designed to reflect the culture of 21st-century Miami. Check website or call the toll-free number for tickets to Marlins games.
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  • Back In Style Vintage & Designer Clothing & Accessories

    Back In Style Vintage & Designer Clothing & Accessories

    2209 SW 10 St
    Back In Style is a vintage & designer clothing & accessories showroom that is open select hours, or by appointment. Please call ahead. Named one of the top 5 vintage websites in the world by Vogue Russia, over the past 10 years Back In Style has supplied clothing to celebrities, magazines, television, and couture fashion houses. Their pieces have been featured in international publications such as Vogue, Lucky Magazine, UK Grazia, Daily Candy, Marie Claire, Supermodels Unlimited, & Six Degrees, and their gowns have been worn on the red carpet at the Oscars, Emmys, Golden Globes and People’s Choice Awards. Clients include Chloe Sevigny, Daisy Fuentes, Tila Tequila, Julia Roberts, and James Scott. Back-in-Style.com has a wide variety of items as old as the 1940’s, and as current as today, ranging from hard to find couture designers, to unique novelty items and period pieces.</eat>
    Coral Way
  • Versailles

    Versailles

    3555 SW 8th St
    Versailles Restaurant, cafeteria, restaurant, and bakery, is a landmark eating establishment located on Calle Ocho in Little Havana, Miami. The large restaurant seats 370 people and has ornate etched glass and statuettes and features a bakery, a takeout area, a counter window and the ability to host banquets and parties. Founded by Felipe Valls, Sr. in 1971, Versailles is a popular restaurant among local Cuban exiles and tourists for its Cuban cuisine and connection to anti-Castro politics.
    Coral Way
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    a South Florida landmark for more than 75 years and an acclaimed home for live theater since 1956
    Home to the historic Coconut Grove Playhouse, a South Florida landmark for more than 75 years and an acclaimed home for live theater since 1956. Coconut Grove offers a cosmopolitan village setting where you can indulge with a visit to distinguished art galleries, cutting edge bars and Miami nightclubs.
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  • The Clevelander Marlins Park

    The Clevelander Marlins Park

    501 Marlins Way
    The newest stadium in Major League Baseball, Marlins Park opened in April 2012 at the former site of the Orange Bowl as the new home of the renamed Miami Marlins. The futuristic, retractable-roof park broke new ground in ballpark architecture; at the insistence of team owner Jeffrey Loria, it is designed to reflect the culture of 21st-century Miami. Check website or call the toll-free number for tickets to Marlins games.
    Flagami
  • La Casa de las Guayaberas

    5840 Southwest 8th St
    , +1 305 266-9683 – A store where you can find guayaberas (a Cuban shirt that has buttons but a loose fit and pleats) for men and women. Ronald Reagan came to this store himself to buy a guayabera. Shirts can be bought off the rack or custom-tailored.
    Flagami
  • Azucar Ice Cream Company

    Azucar Ice Cream Company

    1503 SW 8th St
    This "only in Miami" scoop shop, creates artisanal gourmet ice creams and tropical fruit sorbets in Cuban and Latin American inspired flavors. Flavors include Guava, Mamey, Mango and Key Lime Pie ice creams. Signature Miami flavors such as Abuela Maria (vanilla, guava, cream cheese and Maria cookies) and Cuban Rum Cake (vanilla, rum cake and walnuts) are local favs.
    Flagami
  • Miami Senior High School

    Miami Senior High School

    2450 SW 1st St
    Coordinates: 25°47′55″N 80°08′01″W / 25.79850°N 80.13359°W / 25.79850; -80.13359
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  • La Carreta Restaurant

    La Carreta Restaurant

    3632 SW 8th St
    The flagship restaurant of a small chain of Cuban restaurants (including one location at Miami International Airport). It should be noted that the majority of staff only speak limited English but menus are available in both English and Spanish. $5-$22 per person, per meal.
    Coral Way
  • Tower Theater

    Tower Theater

    1508 SW 8th St
    The Tower Theater, is a building in Florida, United States, and is one of Miami's oldest cultural landmarks, located on SW Eighth Street and Fifteenth Avenue in Miami, Florida.
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  • Miami International Airport

    Miami International Airport

    NW 20th St & Le Jeune Rd
    Miami International Airport, also known as MIA and historically Wilcox Field, is the primary airport serving the South Florida area. The airport is in an unincorporated area in Miami-Dade County, Florida, eight miles northwest of Downtown Miami, in metropolitan Miami, between the cities of Miami, Hialeah, Doral, Miami Springs, the village of Virginia Gardens, and the unincorporated Fountainebleau neighborhood.
    Flagami
  • Starbucks

    777 NW 72nd Ave
    We are the premier roaster and retailer of specialty coffee in the world since 1971.
    Flagami
  • La Carreta

    La Carreta

    3632 SW 8th St
  • Casa Panza Cafe

    Casa Panza Cafe

    1620 SW 8th St
    Spanish Restaurant featuring the best Flamenco show in Miami, Florida.
    Flagami
  • Eating House Miami

    Eating House Miami

    804 Ponce de Leon Blvd
    "if cooking is an art..we're making graffiti"
    Flagami
  • Club Aché

    Club Aché

    3600 SW 8th St
  • Virgin Atlantic Airways Ltd

    Virgin Atlantic Airways Ltd

    Miami International
  • Miccosukee Indian Village Airboat Rides

    US Hwy 41
  • Marine Liquor Bar

    1417 NW 17th Ave
  • Marta G Ismail

    Marta G Ismail

    1526 SW 8th St
  • Gambit's Lounge

    1201 NW 42nd Ave
  • Executive Airport Hotel

    Executive Airport Hotel

    6700 NW 12th St
  • Radisson Latin America Corp Office

    5201 Blue Lagoon Dr Ste 710
  • Lejeune Cinema 6

    Lejeune Cinema 6

    782 NW 42nd Ave
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