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This sun swept open-air neighborhood mall features restaurants and shops, including clothing stores, accessory stores even health and beauty stores. No matter what you're looking for, you'll be able to find it at Intracoastal Mall. After a day of shopping, relax and watch a film at the movie theater here. Free parking is plentiful, and outdoor dining is also available.
Come prepared for a pleasurable albeit costly shopping experience in a lush tropical garden setting at Bal Harbour Shops. You will find a selection of world-renowned specialty stores such as Chanel, as well as high end department stores like Oscar de la Renta Boutique, Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue. Stopping by Bal Harbour Shops is not only for the spendthrift; it is a pleasure just to stroll around the lovely European-style courtyard and feel the cool spray from the waterfalls on a hot day. Gourmet restaurants such as Carpaccio and La Goulue are located here. For less formal meals, cafes are also on hand.
Head over to the Oakwood Plaza for a shopping spree that won't leave you broke. This massive shopping center boasts a variety of shopping, dining and entertainment options, including national retailers like Ross Dress for Less, Marshalls and Payless ShoeSource, restaurants like Sal's, Sweet Tomatoes and Red Lobster, and Regal Cinemas. Oakwood Plaza is conveniently located just a short walking distance from a number of hotels and motels.
Southport Shopping Center, located close to the Fort Lauderdale Beach and Port Everglades, boasts over 48 specialty shops and restaurants, including: Publix, a local grocery store chain; Carriage Clothiers, Ltd., an upscale men's clothing store; and Nature's Remedy, a health food store and juice bar. It's a great "one stop shopping" center where you can purchase a variety of items including groceries, clothing, accessories, gifts and of course, Florida souvenirs.
No visit to Miami Lakes is complete without a tour of the famous Main Street. Named after one of the busiest and major streets of the city, this shopping center is home to eclectic shops that cater to all your needs. From electronic stores, jewelry shops, apparel boutiques, home decor stops to sports stores and more, Main Street has got them all covered under its large roof. In addition, the shopping center is home to several dining hot spots where shoppers can satiate their well-worked appetite. Services like spas and salons are also available here.
Handsome architecture, some of it based on the old buildings that were here for many years, plus an enviable riverfront location, bounded by Andrews Avenue and Las Olas Boulevard, make this not only a pretty place but one with lots of history. The area units the Broward Center for the Performing Arts and the Museum of Discovery and Science. There is a rambling and scenic brick Riverwalk. Riverwalk that meanders past the city's most historic sites and a cluster of cozy restaurants.