Vibrant, international, and sophisticated, Miami is the gateway to Latin America. Cultural opportunities, nightlife, and sandy beaches meet to create an exciting destination for work or play.
Miami's Brickell Avenue neighborhood , known as the Manhattan of the South, is home to the largest concentration of international banks in the U.S. Browse through galleries and boutiques with a stop at a sidewalk cafe. Brickell's burgeoning restaurant scene includes everything from classic steakhouses to trend-setting destination restaurants and restaurants featuring Latin American cuisine. Buy tickets for a live theater or music performance at the area's Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts. Listen to live blues music at Miami's oldest bar, Tobacco Road, or practice salsa to live Latin music at an area nightclub.
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Conrad Miami's Brickell Avenue address in the heart of Miami's financial district is a short walk or drive to dining, nightlife, culture, and outdoor adventure.