Head downstairs to the Shops at Collins Park, where an array of shops and restaurants are at your fingertips. For the finest in cuisine, nightlife, lifestyle and fashion, it’s all happening right here.
RESTAURANTS & LOUNGES
This bustling Parisian-style café brings a splash of French Mediterranean joie de vivre to the corner of Collins Avenue and 21st Street. Enjoy enticing seasonal cuisine and a beautifully conceived indoor/outdoor dining space merging classic European décor and bold artwork with an energetic soundtrack.
Situated in the up-and-coming Collins Park area alongside the Bass Art Museum, Sweet Liberty offers guests world-class cocktails and creative American food. Conceived and operated by award-winning bartender John Lermayer and Dan Binkiewicz along with restaurateur David Martinez, Sweet Liberty brings an intelligent selection of food and drink from sophisticated to simple to downright delicious.
SHOPS & RECREATION
Curve (as in “ahead of the curve”) showcases hand-selected clothing and accessories that blend an edgy vibe with a luxe and beachy aesthetic.
Les Canebiers is a true Saint Tropez lifestyle brand. Inspired by the history of the village we share our love of the sea, nature, and inspiring historic visitors to our city with you through clothing and swimwear.
Dry de Luxe Salon
Stop by Florida’s premier elite blow-dry lounge for expert blow-dries, makeup and eyebrow touch-ups and everything else you need to sparkle for your night out in South Beach.
Anthony Liggins Art Studios
Anthony Liggins is an Atlanta-Miami based artist with global reach who is looking to expand his concept. He has been creating exquisite pieces of art for over 12 years and has held twelve major group museum showings in the US and Europe at some of the most highly regarded and sought after venues. His pieces are present in 700 public and private collections around the world.
ORA NIGHT CLUB - COMING SOON!!!
ORA Miami is Miami's premier upscale nightclub featuring dedicated table butlers and an art collection featuring Banksy, Murakami and Robert Indiana. Designed with a multi-million dollar interior by parisian designer Francois Frossard, ORA caters to both locals and jet setters who are clamoring for a true VIP nighlife experience that doesn't solely revolve around the overplayed DJ scene.