Wynwood is an area with wonderful restaurants, shopping and art. The famous Wynwood walls are ever changing and interesting. It feels like you can walk forever and really enjoy the work of a wide variety of artists all over Wynwood. Plenty of places in the area to enjoy lunch when you are done.
Wynwood. Non-stop energy and in-the-moment style are the hallmarks of Wynwood, Miami’s creative and cultural hub. North of Downtown Miami and west of Miami Beach, a Greater Miami neighborhood that was once a collection of warehouses has been transformed in recent years into one of the world’s hippest hangouts. Full of eclectic restaurants ...
Wynwood is home to art galleries, retail stores, antique shops, eclectic bars, artisanal eateries and open-air street-art installations. × Save Your Favorites!
Wynwood is south of the Design District and Little Haiti, north of Downtown Miami, west of Edgewater and east of Allapattah. It’s easily accessed from South Beach via the Venetian and Julia ...
The Wynwood neighborhood has a rich history dating back to the early 1900s. Originally purchased as farmland, the area quickly grew into a working-class neighborhood and attracted many commercial residents as well. The Miami boom of the 1920s brought big companies like Coca-Cola, who built a bottling plant in the area.
The first craft brewery in Miami, Wynwood Brewing Company, this family-owned business has award-winning craft beer. Their flagship beer, La Rubia Blonde, is made to complement the hot Miami climate. J.Wakefield Brewing combines great beer and a Star Wars theme.
Wynwood is a neighborhood in Miami, Florida. Wynwood is known for being an entertainment district, with artwork, restaurants, breweries, clothing stores, and dance venues, among other retail options. Formerly an industrial district, the area is now known for the murals that cover the walls of many of the buildings and many of the sidewalks.