If Miami’s Ocean Drive is where neon goes to die, Wynwood is where
it’s reborn. The bright colors of the neighborhood’s famous, hypnotic murals—dubbed
Wynwood Walls—showcase some of Miami’s most inventive artists. If you’re looking to get an even deeper understanding of these public works, pick up a copy of Wynwood Coloring Book. The
pocket-sized coloring book is filled with popular Wynwood murals and the stories
of the artists who created them. Whether or not you color inside the lines is up to you.
We asked Diego Orlandini, the man behind Wynwood Coloring Book and
an expert on the neighborhood, how he colors his way through Wynwood. Here are
Situated right on the main strip of NW 2nd Ave and right next to
the famous Wynwood Walls, FrangiPani is a boutique you shouldn't skip.
One can spend hours browsing their merchandise. If you are looking for fun
gifts that are intelligent, colorful, and superbly crafted, this is
where you'll find them. Their selection of books is a must.
Missing your gym routine? Pilathon is a great place to strengthen your core. Located on the rooftop of the Cynergi
building in Wynwood, the studio has a nice vibe and everybody is always smiling (and sweating),
which makes it feel like home. The sunset view from the roof is also unreal. Definitely worth a
Wynwood Brewing Company
Wynwood Brewing Company is the creator of La Rubia, one of Miami’s
most popular local beers, and it's located across from the historic RC Cola
Factory. At the brewery, you can drink top craft beer, play some board games, and if you RSVP beforehand, they offer weekend tours of
the brewing facilities.
Della's vegan bowls are the perfect lunch. Located at the Wynwood Yard, you can make a day visiting this venue
full of activities, good vibes, and a killer bar. Insider's tip: get quinoa, coconut rice, tempeh, adashah, kale, sweet potato, gold and orange
sauce, and avocado.
MIAM Café's lattes are perfectly balanced to set your day off right.
Their daily soup is a must, too. This Swiss-owned French café has the
friendliest people and the most delicious snacks.
For a dose of solid jazz and a cozy couch, Lagniappe
is perfect for a glass of wine. This stylish live music and wine bar has everything from
folk-bluegrass to soul. The venue features a large open yard with French chairs,
a wide selection of cheeses and meats, and tons and tons of good wine.
Looking for a cool gift or souvenir to take home with you?
Glottman is one of the best stores in Wynwood. They have
cool design-centric products and most will fit in your luggage, like umbrellas
that change colors when wet, paper wallets, and prints by local artists. It’s
definitely a must-see.
Located at the heart of Wynwood, Wood Tavern is a staple of the neighborhood. Go for craft beers and cocktails, both inside and out, jumbo Jenga,
tacos, and burgers. Here you'll find the people that make Wynwood unique, and everybody is welcome.
Wyn 317 Art Gallery
If you’re wondering what the street art of Wynwood would look like
framed, this is the place to go. Wyn 317 is a small gallery
featuring both emerging and established artists, all at accessible prices. They
are currently featuring the work of El Pez Barcelona, Chanoir, and El Xupet
Negre, some of the artists whose work is everywhere in Wynwood.