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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.
Aventura Mall was voted 'Best Local Shopping Destination' by the Miami Herald's “Hot List", and certainly lives up to its title. The multi-level mall Aventura Mall is home to Nordstrom, Bloomingdale's, Macy's, JCPenney and Sears, more than 280 stores and restaurants, a 24-screen movie theater, and an artist-designed interactive playground, Rainbow Valley.
To get the quintessential Miami experience, visit this lovely open-air market, where you can browse the artist's carts, sip an iced drink and stroll along the pier. More than 100 shops and 30 restaurants make this a wonderful place to shop. This is more than just a mall—it is a sweet slice of south Florida life. Located next to the American Airlines Arena and the Port of Miami, this is a great place to spend a few hours.
Offering the ultimate shopping experience at venues located within the heart of the city, Shop America Tours is the ultimate shoppers paradise. With all the brands and department stores cooped up under one roof, you don't have to look beyond Shop America Tours to find what you are looking for.
One of the most popular shopping destinations of Miami, The Shops at Mary Brickell Village offers a wide array of boutiques, specialty stores and brands, all under one roof. Located on South Miami Avenue, this great shopping arcade boasts of over 50 shops. Whether it's shopping or eating out, you'll find yourself spoilt for choices here at Mary Brickell Village Center. Awesome little boutiques like Mogra, Joanna Paige, Blush, Atik, Essence offer trendy apparel and accessories for men and women, whereas shops like Brickell Jewellers and Sowinski offer pretty jewelry and trinkets. Needless to say, you can shop for your entire look at one this one place! After your tiring shopping expedition you can even retire to one of their restaurants like Blue Martini, Brother Jimmy's and Doraku, to name a few. All in all, Mary Brickell Village Center makes for a wonderful shopping experience.
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.
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.