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Welcome to Coconut Grove
Hugging the shoreline of Biscayne Bay is the lush, historic Coconut Grove, a leafy bayside village that’s home to charming boutiques, gourmet restaurants, galleries and sidewalk cafes. Known for its bohemian flair, Coconut Grove is Miami’s original neighbourhood, having been founded in 1873 by an eclectic mix of artists, intellectuals and adventurers. This rich history gives the area a distinct feel that’s quite separate to the rest of the city, with a warm, laid-back atmosphere offering the perfect retreat from the stresses of city life.
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Hotels in Coconut Grove
The Mutiny Hotel
The Mutiny Hotel is perfect for anyone looking for a hotel situated in Coconut Grove. The relaxing hotel boasts a wonderful outdoor pool and gym facilities.
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Things to do on Coconut Grove holidays
Discover gardens & museums in Coconut Grove
Vizcaya Museum and Gardens
The beautiful Vizcaya Museum and Gardens is a National Historical Landmark which was once the villa and estate of agricultural industrialist James Deering. Nestled on 10-acres of shoreline and right on the water, the property has been restored to its former glory, with art and antiques adorning the house and lush tropical gardens surrounding the property.
Barnacle Historic State Park
Although not quite as grand as Vizcaya, the former home of Coconut Grove pioneer Ralph Munroe, built in 1891, boasts equally impressive waterside views and offers visitors a rare glimpse of Old Florida during The Era of the Bay. The property now hosts a number of special events throughout the year, including moonlight concerts, family picnics and outdoor films.
Coconut Grove’s creative side
Community Art Walk
Coconut Grove Arts Festival
Kroma Art Space & Studios
Yoga on the beach in Coconut Grove
Dharma Yoga Studio
Head to Dharma Yoga Studio for a wide range of yoga styles, including the heart-orientated Anusara, practised in a beautiful studio that feels more like a friend’s living room than a traditional studio.
Third Street Beach Yoga
Get out on the water & discover Coconut Grove
Dinner Key Marina
Coconut Grove Kayak and SUP
Sweat in the sun in Coconut Grove
Eateries in Coconut Grove
Coconut Grove is full of sidewalk cafés and local eateries that cater for every taste. You can take a seat at the GreenStreet Café, the quintessential brunch spot that’s also open late into the night. The Glass & Vine offers a mouthwatering combination of Latin, Italian and Floridian cuisine in a relaxed atmosphere with tables shaded by live oak trees. If it’s pizza you’re after then Harry’s Pizzeria and Farinelli 1937 should certainly feature at the top of your list, while delicious pasta is available across the street in Farinelli’s sister restaurant Strada in the Grove.
Coconut Grove shopping complex
If you enjoy a spot of retail therapy then we have one word for you: CocoWalk. This multi-storey mall has plenty of stores like GAP, Cheesecake Factory, Fat Tuesday, Maui Nix Surf Shop, Edward Beiner Eyewear and the exclusive First Flight Out, a Pan-Am historical exhibit and retail store. There are also restaurants, a cinema and plenty more.
While there are similar malls such as The Shops of Mayfair, it has to be said that arguably the best shopping can be found on the streets of Coconut Grove. There’s an eclectic mix of stores from surf lifestyle to high-end designer.