South Beach Rainy Days: Arts & Eats

Even the Sunshine State experiences rain from time to time. While South Beach is widely known for its wealth of outdoor activities, the area also presents endless indoor activities. Below you’ll find the arts and eats to indulge in on South Beach rainy days.

 

Explore South Beach Art Museums

As Miami’s arts and culture hub, South Beach offers an abundance of eclectic art museums. From Art Deco designs to the largest erotic art exhibit in the world, the area’s art will keep you busy for many a rainy day. South Beach’s Bass Museum of Art and the Wolfsonian-FIU both showcase contemporary art. And you can’t miss the World Erotic Art Museum, which attracts visitors from all over the globe.

 

Eat Your Heart Out

Yardbird Southern Table & Bar’s laid back, comfortable atmosphere will keep you warm and cozy all day – or night – long. This Southern-style eatery serves up brunch, lunch and supper along with a full bar of craft beer and cocktails. The rustic ambiance and wooden accents at Yardbird will ensure you’re feeling snug indoors even if it’s pouring outside. Another homey hidden gem sits inside a large commercial building on Michigan Ave. Visa-O1 is known around the world for its delicious Neapolitan pizza combined with its welcoming atmosphere. Sit down with the whole family and enjoy a pie or two.

 

Relax in your South Beach Hotel

Your vacation should be relaxing, which is why you’re totally justified to spend a night in at your hotel – especially on South Beach rainy days. At the Cavalier Hotel, you don’t need to step into the rain to experience Art Deco designs or tasty eats. The Cavalier is a restored Art Deco building with lots of character within its walls. Plus, its restaurant serves delicious eats ranging from juicy burgers to fresh seafood. To book your stay at the Cavalier, call 305-673-1199.

The Low Down on South Beach Art Deco Architecture

The Miami Art Deco District

South Beach, Miami’s arts and culture hub, houses the Art Deco District. This historic area is full of eclectic architecture circa 1930-1940. Ocean Drive and Collins Ave showcase plenty of South Beach Art Deco architecture. In fact, folks travel from all over just to behold the distinct designs found on Miami’s Art Deco boutiques, hotels and restaurants.

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