Miami is known for its vibrant atmosphere, and Coconut Grove is the perfect example. As one of Miami's oldest neighborhoods, it is still well-preserved and features a range of lush vegetation along the Biscayne Bay shoreline. Peaceful streets are lined with banyan trees, palms, and live oaks, plus there are several parks with plenty of green open spaces to explore. If you're lucky, you can spot the wild peacocks that roam freely here. Of course, Coconut Grove is an ideal destination for boaters with its prime waterfront location. Not only can visitors access the Dinner Key Marina area, but they can also gain sailing skills at the Coconut Grove Sailing Club or watch a regatta from scenic location spots such as Peacock Park or David T. Kennedy Park; Shake-A-Leg Miami offers particular watercraft for people with mobility challenges so everyone can get out on the waves safely.
The Coconut Grove neighborhood of Miami is well known for its outdoor dining scene. Known to locals as "The Grove," the area offers numerous options ranging from casual spots like Glass & Vine to more upscale choices like MICHELIN-starred Los Felix and Ariete. The trendy Bayshore Club should be noticed as it joins the ranks of renowned venues in this vibrant destination. Whether you are up for splurging at Mr. C Miami's rooftop Bellini or enjoying dinner under the stars in the secret garden of Peacock Garden Bistro, Coconut Grove is a go-to place in the city to experience exquisite tastes while surrounded by beautiful views of the bay.