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If you are planning to treat your guests at home with a delectable fish feast, then make your way to the Casablanca Fish Market. The history of the place will take you back to the year 1994, wherein two Sanchez Brothers took the family tradition to another level by opening a fish market and later a Seafood restaurant. Separate steel panels are filled with freshly caught fish directly sourced from the boats every morning and most of it is also used in preparation at the restaurant Casablanca Seafood Bar & Grill. Fish variety includes Mackerel, crabs, shrimps, lobsters and so on.
Firehouse Mrkt is located in the historic Fire station No. 2 in Wynwood. The restaurant-market is spread over an area of 5,000 square feet (465 square meters) and is similar to San Miguel Market, a European walk-through market. The market has been divided into five areas and has two main eateries serving fish and meat, another fruits and vegetables, a bakery cafe, a Salumeria and a tapas bar. The market brings a little part of Europe to Miami, where one can enjoy the local flavors and aromas.
This successful beauty salon is the creation of Raquel and Ric Watters. Located in Miami's business center and upscale Brickell, the concept has become a goldmine. Celebrities and stars patronize the place, so you can run into anyone from Beyoncé to Christina Aguilera. The all-white décor in this 6000-square-foot space is beautiful. Services include everything from fabulous manicures and pedicures, to waxing, highlights, cuts, hair extensions and styling. Also offered is a boutique with stylish clothes, shoes and accessories that include Ray Ban sunglasses—the only salon in the world to carry them! And last, but not least, a European Coffee Bar that can offer the best cappuccino in town. For exclusive service and pampering, nothing beats this fantastic place. It is a must-visit! - Mercedes de Marchena
Reminiscent of a Caribbean market place, Los Pinarenos Fruteria open air market offers up the best tasting produce in Little Havana. Homemade juice and smoothies are made here daily, and the staff is quite friendly and will happily introduces you to fresh exotic fruits and veggies. However, this sweet spot is cash only, so make sure to hit up an ATM before visiting!