A Night in Miami – History, Culture, Celebrities

a night in miami - history, culture, celebrities

There’s a reason people call Miami the Magic City. There’s a draw that pulls people in and makes them want to stay. When you’re there it’s like you’re everywhere; the blend of cultures and traditions is without a doubt magical. If you’re looking for something new and exciting without leaving the country there’s a good chance you’ll find it in Miami.

There are 7 restaurants and nightclubs here that resonate with culture and history. If you’re in Miami you should check them out. There’s a chance you’ll catch a glimpse of the celebrities who can’t get enough of these places.


2000 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33131

The LatAsian restaurant, DÔA, was founded by the globally renowned restaurateur, Arjun Waney. He brings the best of Zuma and Coya cuisine and the impeccable service of La Petite Maison to his first South Beach location.

At the reins is Miami’s youngest high-profile chef, Executive Chef Carlos Estarita. The restaurant serves high-quality affordable cuisine in a casual destination every day until 5 am.

Paris 6

2200 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139

The highly acclaimed Brazilian franchise launched its first U.S. branch in November 2016. Paris 6 established itself as South Beach’s first 24/7 French Bistro.

Currently, Paris 6 offers over 100 exquisite options around the clock in its Parisian ambiance, reminiscent of the Woody Allen film Midnight In Paris. Celebrities and other notable guests visiting are honored by owner and Executive Chef Isaac Azaar by christening a dish after the visitor.

Copa Room

1235 Washington Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Miami Beach’s “Only All-Inclusive Entertainment Complex”, Copa Room isn’t the standard Miami nightlife experience. Worth every penny, the all-in venue features premium open bar all night, Las Vegas-style shows and a non-restrictive dress code. 

Copa Room caters to guests from all walks for a flat rate (tips and tax included).


Villa Azur

Approaching its 5th year anniversary, Villa Azur continues to be the preferred Mediterranean destination in South Beach. Offering beautifully plated dishes with Italian accents and flavors combined with an international and contemporary twist from South Beach.

Villa Azur welcomes guests 7 days a week in its 6,000 square foot dining room reminiscent of French and Italian Rivieras.

Brasserie Azur

Sister restaurant to Villa Azur, Brasserie Azur approaches its second year in the Miami Midtown neighborhood. Innovative flavors of the South of France are combined with an international and contemporary American twist.

The casual eatery invites guests to spend their day and night in an elegant and relaxed atmosphere with classic and hearty cuisine in an amorous setting.


W South Beach, 2201 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139

Approaching 8 years, WALL is now the longest running lounge on South Beach. The lounge is run by KNR Hospitality. The intimate mixture of models, celebrities, locals and renowned DJs is what appeals to visiting celebs.

You may spot Jennifer Lopez, George Clooney, Leonardo DiCaprio, surprise DJ sets with Jamie Foxx and Paris Hilton to name a few.

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