Bayside Marketplace!!!

So coming back at you in memory lane of yesteryear and never forgotten, why should I , spent many years there and my boys were born in Florida! This one is from the sleeves as many years visited but last in 2009. It was one of our hangouts on weekends and holidays. Let me tell you a bit more on the Bayside marketplace mall in Miami, Florida, USA! Pictures are from old paper photos.

The Bayside Marketplace at 401 Biscayne Boulevard; Miami downtown is a wonderful tropical escape with boating cruises on Miami harbor and passing by the home of the famous. Souvenirs stores and great Latin American Café for great Cuban sandwiches while overlooking the Bay. This is the LA cafe info: Bayside Marketplace on the Latin American Cafe

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Bayside Marketplace is a two-story open air shopping center The banks of Biscayne Bay wrap around the property with the City of Miami marina at its side. Different from typical shopping malls, Bayside offers an entertainment experience with live music daily, restaurants, bars, open-container policy, family events, and the picturesque settings that come with a waterfront property. The shopping center was frequently featured on the crime drama TV series, Miami Vice! yes remember them?.

The marina that runs alongside Bayside gives this Miami place a special cachet. You will particularly enjoy strolling there at the end of the evening. The mall is located on Biscayne Boulevard, (US 1) one of Miami’s largest avenues, at the edge of the marina preceding the harbor.

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Bayside Marketplace is a shopping center where you can do your shopping in a very Latin atmosphere. An American mall, but also a Cuban one, in all its splendor and grandeur. It’s the perfect place to relax while being in the heart of Miami! Salsa musicians and dancers provide the relaxed atmosphere of the place. On the shopping side, more than 150 shops will allow you to find everything you need. Before or after your shopping, you can also stop and sit down at midday or in the evening. The Bayside Marketplace has the very big advantage of offering restaurants right by the water! Most of the time in Cuban atmospheres moreover. Finally, Bayside Marketplace is also the starting point for many cruises if you want to visit the bay in complete relaxation. Many companies await you for tours to discover the most beautiful villas of stars.

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The Miami tramway, otherwise known as MetroMover, is the most convenient way to get to Bayside. Get off at the College / Bayside station then walk 3 minutes on 4th Street and you’re there! The Government Center metro/subway/tube station or known as Monorail is the closest to Bayside. Once down, allow 10 to 15 minutes of walking via 2nd or 3rd Street towards the sea. The bus lines that take you there are: 3 (this one also goes to Aventura Mall), 93 (only runs during the week), 95 (only runs during the week during peak hours), and no. 103, and no. 119. There is great parking we always use at the Bayside car park undeground.

The Bayside Marketplace is right across from downtown or city center Miami with a plethora of shopping and restaurant/bars choices from all corners of the Earth. We love to walk it as an extention always pleasant at daytime. This is the official page and you can see three areas Central Business, Brickell and Arts & Entertainment districts. More here: Downtown Miami shops restos listing

Additional webpages to help you enjoy the visit to this area and especially Bayside Marketplace are

The official Bayside Marketplace webpage: Bayside Marketplace

The tourist office of Miami and the Beaches on Bayside: Tourist office Miami and the Beaches on Bayside

Time change and do not know now, but for us back then it was a must stop on our go around road warrior trips in the area of Miami which is a lot more than just a city with about 8 different towns with Miami on their name. This one Bayside Marketplace is in Miami proper. Hope you enjoy the tour and do visit one day, worth the detour.

And remember, happy travels, good health, and many cheers to all!!!

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