Located in the heart of South Beach, just north of Ocean Drive, Lincoln Road – one of the most romantic street – runs from the ocean to the bay between 6th and 17th Streets in Miami Beach’s historic Art Deco District.
Built in 1914 as the center – piece for Miami Beach, it was considered one of the most elegant shopping streets in America by the 1950s.
In the early ’60s, legendary architect Morris Lapidus created a new design for the Road and closed it to traffic.
Though the 70s and 80s saw a decline in Lincoln Road, by the ’90s it once again became a bustling, vibrant area and now attracts an international mix of tourists and residents.
Whether you choose to just stroll the area or indulge in some food and fun, you’ll always find something to do.
Not only is there an eclectic mix of restaurants to suit your palate, but you can engage in some great people watching while sitting at an outdoor cafe. Art galleries, specialty shops, boutiques, antique and home design shops all dot the Lincoln Road landscape.
There is even a fragrance shop where you can custom blend your own scent from 800 different essential oils. Shopkeepers and gallery owners often stay open late to accommodate shoppers and strollers.
Great shopping in vintage boutiques and famous firm, great food, great fun!
Parking is available in easily accessible metered lots on the north and south sides of Lincoln Road.
Take a view of the Hotels around Lincoln Road.
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