Dating in Miami

Miami = Partying and why not, that’s where the lights and the craziness is. I would say 99.9% are there for the partying atmosphere, that Miami clubs, bars, pubs, cafes, restaurants, shops create. But what is there besides the well known Lincoln Road = an open air pedestrian mall , Ocean Drive, the most eastern street in SoBe, home to restaurants, cafes and the infamous “La Casa de Gianni Versace”, Art Deco Drive, with it’s largest collection of Modern architecture and Espanola Way, a two block street that houses Mediterranean style houses.

As usual, the spiciness of a city is hidden.
Let’s start digging.
It doesn’t matter if you came with a couple of friends or with just your beloved it’s always something to do in Miami, even if you are alone and plan on having a short affair, you came to the right place.

When heading to Miami, don’t take the usual causeways (N Bay Cswy; Julia Tuttle Cswy or MacArthur Cswy) instead just take the Venetian Cswy/15th street, it takes you slower, but gives a glimpse of beautiful houses and an amazing causeway (1$ per way)
Daytime = Beachtime.

And where else if not in South Florida you get the sun and summer weather 365 days per year, plus minus, of course and ones of the most amazing beaches, of course.
SoBe beaches satisfy every need, there are regular beaches (Public Beach, which stretches from 5th to 15th street and all the way up to Collins Park; Crandon Park at Key Biscayne North; Bill Baggs Park at Key Biscayne South), nude ones (Haulover Beach with a mark “clothing optional”) as well as gay/ lesbian ones (12th street beach) but what about the “hidden” one, it can be found between the popular Bayside marketplace and the Bayfront Park, it’s all just about tanning, no swimming though.

When talking about food, there is a place located at the Sky lobby of Bank of America Tower, formerly known as Centrust Tower), known as Sky Grille, a cafeteria, open for public, the food is definitely exciding the regular cafeteria food. The unique Sky Lobby Terrace, located on the 11th floor, features outside dining with panoramic views of Biscayne Bay, Coral Gables, Miami International Airport and downtown Miami, everything in the palm of the hand.
Cuban coffee should be one of the things to try in SoBe, of course it can be bought at Starbucks or Dunkin’ Donuts but a better place would be Davids Cafe! at 11th & Collins or the one at Meridian & Lincoln Lane.

The nightlife is glooming in Miami but if traditional is not for you, than you should visit Miamis Velvet Swing Club, the largest swingers club in Florida.

For relaxation there is the Tobacco Road, an establishment that holds the first liquor license in Miami-Dade County and is the Miami’s choice for blues music.

That was “Hidden” Miami, a place to enjoy and to come back to!

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Welcome to Miami, Bienvenido a Miami!
The 510,000 (30%) of singles are surely a great bait that make the Miami nightlife possible.

Though, in this period of time of technological progress, dating is also possible virtually, it would be just another add-on to the regular dating scene.

What does Miami have, that anyone else doesn’t?
The world-renowned nightlife! Miami is the synonym to party, party and again party!
Due to that, Miami is one of the primary points to spend the vacation or the weekend.

The mindset of a person looking to find that special one in this hectic lifestyle, should be relaxed and ready for some light flirting and for experimenting and why not considering the fact that the city is basically vacation-partying-style.
Though somebody would say that the same thing that’ll help you hook up with someone will interfere, meaning because of all this partying atmosphere, there is no place for long term relationships.

The primary places to find a date would definitely be the clubs, restaurants, bars located in South Beach on Ocean Drive, Lincoln Road and all their derivatives. Just take a walk along the roads and you’ll find yourself jumping from one place to another. Why not start your night time journey down at Fountainbleu at LIV and than you might find yourself at Mynt or Set, take a bit of a break at Abraxas lounge or Score.

If the night scene isn’t that promising, why not try the beach. The amazing weather will allow that. Plus it’s a great way of mixing pleasure with some useful activity. Why not engage in baseball playing, with some strangers you meet on the beach.

Wishing some wardrobe changes. the shops: X.O.T; Neo Moda; Moon Dance; Chicos etc. and cafes: Segafredo; Balans; Van Dyke; Nexxt etc. on Lincoln Road (South Beach) or the shops: Curves N’ Waves; I & A Formal Wear; Essence Boutique; Dulce etc. and cafes: Bonbon & Patisserie; Giralda; Angeliques Euro Cafe; Caffe Abbracci etc. down at Miracle Mile (Coral Gables) is the place to be. You never know maybe the next stranger that approaches you, while sipping on your coffee is the One.

Also Vizcaya Museum and Gardens and Miami Metrozoo would be a good add to all of the above mentioned places.

As much as Miamis nightlife will add some short flings to your agenda, the same way it will add some longterm ones. Give it a chance…

I’m going to Miami,
Welcome to Miami.

What comes to mind when one thinks of Miami, Florida? Usually, hot sizzling beaches with even hotter single women in Miami sun bathing on South Beach, lively nightlife, Latin-inspired flavors, bright colors and non-stop partying. If the trendy South Beach crowd isn’t exactly your thing, you may find yourself enjoying the Miami MetroZoo, one of the fastest up and coming zoos in the country. Given the climate in Miami, it is ideal for displaying animals from Asia and Africa, rivaling no other zoo around. It was also one of the very first free-ranging zoos in the U.S., being free of cages. There’s also the Seaquarium which is right between downtown and Miami Beach on the causeway. But South Beach is the main spot as Single women in Miami are known for stopping by this fabulous stretch of A1A while on the way to one of the many beaches