Miami Music Week 2020 is nigh upon us, and as you start making plans with your friends, we know it can get overwhelming. With endless options, it might seem impossible to narrow it all down to just a few days of entertainment. That’s why The Nocturnal Times is here to make it easy for you. We’ve put together a list of all of the best places to Eat, Stay, and Play in Miami during Miami Music Week 2020 in one simple guide. Pull it out, consult your friends, and rest easy knowing we have you covered with the week’s best in entertainment and hospitality.
Where to Eat
Address: 2300 NW 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33127
The closer to the southern border we go, the more we want to sample some of the best Mexican food this side of the border. Enter COYO Taco, a trendy and laidback taqueria serving authentic Mexican fare with a modern twist. COYO’s flagship restaurant-venue is located in the heart of Miami’s Wynwood Arts District, so you can be sure to make a day of it as you take in the sights and sounds of the bustling arts neighborhood. Open for lunch, dinner, and late night service (for when you get the munchies after all those late night music events), Coyo Taco is the place to eat during Miami Music Week 2020.
Address: 850 Commerce St, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Hey Vegan fam, we see you! No need to spend hours scouring the internet trying to figure out where to find delicious vegan eats on your trip to Miami – Planta South Beach has you covered. 100% plant-based, Planta South Beach has come up with several creative takes on typically non-vegan foods like burgers, pizza, dumplings, and ceviche. The restaurant even boasts a full sushi bar in which various fruits and vegetables (like watermelon, mushroom, and hearts of palm) are seamlessly crafted into tasty bites that mirror the taste and texture of fish. Even your carnivorous friends will be begging you to come back for round two!
Address: 601 South Miami Ave, Miami FL 33131
Located in Miami’s hot Brickell district, Luna Park is a newly debuted, upscale food hall perfect for Italian food lovers of all kinds. In Italy, a “Luna Park” is a type of carnival or amusement park, and we couldn’t think of a more apt description for this unique venue. With three floors of casual and upscale dining, everyone is sure to find something to satisfy their tastebuds. Highlights include Macellaio RC – an Italian butchery serving certified Piedmontese beef, N.0 Osteria – which features some of the best cuisine of Southern Italy – and Puro’s, an entirely gluten-free and vegetarian restaurant. Luna Park even offers Italian cooking classes, which makes it a great place to both eat and play.
Address: 49 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Given The Nocturnal Times’ New York roots, we would be remiss if we didn’t mention Upland, a new celebrity-helmed NY spin-off restaurant offering some of the best NYC eats in Miami. Don’t forget to try their signature New York pizza slice, as well as fan-favorite cacio e pepe.
Address: 801 Brickell Ave, Miami, FL 33131
Phone Number: (305) 534-2211
For those looking to dine with the stars, Komodo is the place to go. Located in the heart of Miami’s booming Brickell neighborhood, you’ll want to keep your eyes and ears peeled as you rub elbows – and dine on delicious Southeast Asian cuisine with a South Florida twist – with the rich and famous.
Where to Stay
The Hotel Delano South Beach is the place to stay if you want to be in the heart of all the happenings during Miami Music week. The Delano likes to keep it simple, with its understated, minimalist, all-white rooms. The Delano is a perfect retreat whose spacious and elegant rooms are a sanctuary to sink into after an active day. Bonus points for being home to delicious restaurants like Jose Icardi’s Leynia and Umi Sushi & Sake Bar.
Address: 1901 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Where The Delano oozes minimalism, The Shore Club is an Art Deco beachside gem that offers all of the amenities you could ever need. Known for its outstanding amenities, you’ll want to make sure to save some time to try out their signature Mexican restaurant, Diez y Seis, as well as the rooftop spa, outdoor fitness classes, beach cruiser bicycles and more. Buyer be warned – there is so much to do you may not want to leave the premises…
Address: 2341 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139
For those looking for the complete luxury experience, the 1 Hotel South Beach is the place to go. Boasting incredible ocean views, an amazing rooftop bar, four different ocean front pools, a private beach, and even an onsite Soul Cycle studio, 1 Hotel South Beach is the best place to treat yo’ self during Miami Music Week.
Where to Play
Address: 4441 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33140
LIV is already known worldwide as being one of the best places to party with the stars, but this year, they are pulling out all the stops for Miami Music Week. With a lineup including Cedric Gervais (Wednesday, 3/18), Alesso (Thursday, 3/19) and The Chainsmokers (Saturday, 3/21), you won’t find this high level of entertainment anywhere else.
Address: 136 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139
David Grutman’s STORY is one place you can’t miss if you find yourself in Miami for Miami Music Week 2020. On Thursday, 3/19, none other than Steve Aoki will be headlining the famous nightclub, while on Friday, 3/20, Kaskade will bring the roof down at one of the most-anticpated events of the year. STORY will certainly provide you with some stories to share with friends and family back home, so make sure to snag your tickets before they sell out.
Cover Photo by Shore Club
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