The amenities and services at Caoba are just the beginning of the benefits that come with Downtown Miami living. Being at the center of Downtown also means you will be surrounded by some of the best social spots and watering holes in town.
Check out our roundup of where to find Miami’s ‘perfect pours,’ all of which are just steps away from Caoba.
Flavor always comes first at this indie cocktail lounge, with selections like the ‘Chockwork Orange’ featuring chocolate bitters, to the ‘Monkey in the Banana Stand’. Sporting damask wallpaper, tufted couches, an outdoor garden and a vintage feel, 1306 is a hidden gem.
The atmosphere of this former denim boutique reveals creative touches hiding in the gold mermaids along the long wooden bar and an antique piano at the center of the bar. Lost Boy Dry Goods specializes in the classics, so this is the place for a perfectly-mixed Old Fashioned, Negroni, or Martini.
Owned and operated by a group of bartenders, librarians, construction workers, filmmakers, DJs, teachers, bowling enthusiasts, snowcone peddlers and water polo coaches, this new spot puts creativity first. Wrangle some friends and go big by ordering The Elvira Hancock Punch.
With sweeping views of Biscayne Bay and a locally inspired menu, Verde at Pérez Art Museum Miami is a convenient refuge during a day of arts and culture. Take a break from the art and head over for a Michelada Verde or glass of rose’.
A bar emphasizing Latin-inspired cocktails made with ultra-premium spirits and a well-curated collection of fine wines from around the world is waiting for you at this Downtown mainstay. Check out their refreshing Negrita or order up a smoky, spicy Ahumado.
The Corner has more than 50 beers and specialty cocktails on offer, like the well-balanced Vieux Carre. Their imported 150-year-old wood-beam bar makes this is a Downtown Miami crowd pleaser. Come early, or there likely won’t be an open seat in the house.BACK TO BLOGS