Frieze is an ice cream shop that’s been open since Miami Vice was on the air. It’s that kind of charming neighborhood scoop shop with bright fluorescent lights, hypothermia-inducing AC, and a staff exclusively made up of teenagers. The ice cream is kosher and they have non-dairy sorbet made with real fruit. There are no ridiculous flavors or sundae monstrosities that exist only for photos here - just mostly cups and cones you can take with you down nearby Lincoln Road.
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The Palace is an iconic gay bar on Ocean Drive with the best bottomless mimosa drag brunch in town.
When you’ve had two to four more drinks than planned, head to La Sandwicherie in South Beach after a night out - they’re open until 5am.
Shake Shack is a very well-known chain where you can get a reliably delicious smash burger with a very good shake.
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Sweet Melody is a small to-go ice cream shop in West Kendall. They make the best ice cream in Miami.
Lakay Tropical Ice Cream
Lakay is a bakery and ice cream shop in Little Haiti. Stop by for a scoop on a brutally hot day.
Vicky’s is a little ’80s-themed milkshake shop in Coconut Grove that serves some pretty insane shakes and has beer in a washing machine.
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Azucar Ice Cream Company
Azucar Ice Cream Company serves Cuban-inspired ice cream in Little Havana, including their famous Abuela Maria flavor.
Chotto Matte is an expensive Peruvian/Japanese restaurant on Lincoln Road that’s not worth your time or money.
Fireman Derek’s Bake Shop & Cafe
Fireman Derek’s is a small bakery in Wynwood that serves pretty over-the-top cakes and pies. They’re great if you really love dessert.
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