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Extending from the Atlantic Ocean to the east and Biscayne Bay to the west on Miami Beach, FL, Lincoln Road features various shops, cafés, galleries, restaurants, bars and other businesses. It attracts over 11 million visitors annually from all over...more
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Great range of shops from premium to fast fashion - plenty of cool spots to stop along the way to refresh (or leave husbands while you shop on)
Every store I went to had great service.
Easy stroll - all up the good area is...More
We enjoyed a couple hours here souvenir shopping. It was not too crowded and we enjoyed a nice leisurely pace. We bought a few souvenirs and visited the Alex and Ani store. Only downfall for us was the hookah shops, cigarettes, and perfume when it...More
This street, while promoted by cabbies, is a tourist trap. Cheap souvenir shops, average restaurants and crowds. Not sure why you would go here rather than enjoying a more relaxing time on the beach, in the arts district, or even little havana.
Lincoln road was just a couple of blocks from our hotel and very handy for us. We went, jetlagged, on the first night and were easily able to find somewhere to eat. The street is lined with outdoor seating, bars and restaurants and surrounded by...More
Our hotel was at miami beach but we went to Lincoln road most of the days, there are many restaurants and the open mall (outdoor mall) so you can go for a walk take some pictures, go for shopping and eat.
My teen loves malls, and this was perfect to include on our visit to Miami so she could walk the promenade and visit stores and we could eat at any of the MANY restaurants. We opted for fresh fruit from one of the vendors ---...More
This street is a very beautiful, pedestrian only street that boasts shops, restaurants and souvenir stores. There are high end shops and specialty shops. American food, cigar bars and hookah lounges. There is seating outside at every restaurant which lends itself to fantastic people watching....More