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Miami Nice

Over MLK weekend, we had the chance to spend several days in Miami for the wedding of two friends from college. Rather than stay in a hotel, we opted for an AirBNB in the neighborhood. Living in New York, we rarely get a chance to drive, but decided to rent a car to better explore our surroundings. After a two hour fiasco at the car rental center, and a mild panic attack behind the wheel for the first time in a year, it turned out to be an excellent choice–we spent the weekend exploring Miami’s diverse areas, from South Beach to Little Havana, and celebrating love, sun, sand, deep fryers and al fresco happy hours.

Photo diary below.

01.20_Miami 9At the beautiful, isolated, Key Biscayne beach. Wearing a 3.1 Philip Lim blazer, vintage Levi’s cutoffs gifted by my roommate, and Prada sunglasses (pictured later).

1.20_MiamiThe lauded deep-fried fish sandwich (it was magnificent) at La Camaronera, an authentic Little Havana “fish shack” we found via an Andrew Zimmern recommendation.

01.20_Miami 7I loved the rustic bar (and the gin cocktails) at the South Beach’s Raleigh Hotel.

1.20_Miami6Restaurant Michael Schwartz served up an amazing poolside lunch, including these homemade potato chips & onion dip.

01.20_Miami 15Hanging out in Key Biscayne. Shoes: Vera Wang (get em at 45% off), Tote Bag: Massimo Dutti, Newspaper: New York Times Sunday (the best read of the week).

01.20_Miami 12Gorgeous fruits & vegetables at the Coconut Grove Farmers Market, a great neighborhood gem, where I chugged what may the best orange juice I have ever tasted.

01.20_Miami 8Enjoying a stroll on the beach.

01.20_Miami 18The Raleigh Hotel’s famous Art Deco lobby. Need: that mirrored table, those bright pillows, that gold clam.

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