Coconut Grove

Serene bayside community within the Urbanity of Miami

Coconut Grove is the oldest modern continuously-inhabited neighborhood of Miami. It was established in 1873 by a varied blend of pioneers, craftsmen, thinkers and explorers. Lately it has grown increasingly mainstream and residential over the past 20 years. Posh mansions blend with rustic cottages, humble Bahamian homes, and absolute modern residences, often on the same block.

Currently Coconut Grove thrives as a tranquil tropical haven for escaping the stress of Miami’s city life. A whiff of laid-backness, charming boutiques, college bars, sidewalk cafes and sailboats anchored at the bay reflects the area's unmistakable bohemian vibes that allows one to loosen up and unwind each day of the week.

With many hip street shops around, the area is known for being a shopping asylum and it brags two of the biggest outdoor shopping malls, CocoWalk and the Streets of Mayfair. Coconut Grove's relaxed ambiance offers easy access to museums, gardens and open-air bay front parks in the area, including Peacock Park, Kennedy Park, The Barnacle Historic State Park and more.

Coconut Grove has a number of outdoor festivals and events, the most well-known of which is the Annual Coconut Grove Arts Festival. Tickle your taste buds and have an excellent dining experience at - Greenstreet Café, Peacock Garden Café, George's in the Grove, Chart House, Bizcaya and Gibraltar, which are few of neighborhood’s favorite restaurants.