Dolphin Mall is Miami-Dade County’s largest outlet-shopping/entertainment center. It combines restaurants and unique entertainment with a retail mix of designer and popular family brands sold through manufacturer's outlets, department stores and specialty retail clearance centers, category-domina...
This mall is great for EVERYTHING. There's a Movie Theatre, Bowling alley, Dave n' Busters, a variety of restaurants, and a ton of different stores to go shopping. A++ for a shopping location mixed with food and fun!
Big indoor mall. Plenty of things to do from eating, playing games at Dave and Busters, movie theatre and more.
On Saturday there is an orchestra, restaurants, cinemas, Dave & Buster's ( cool place for kids and aduts) City place Doral
“spend a few hours in Dadeland Mall where you will find high street retailers and restaurants - Only 3 stops on the Metrorail.”
“Enjoy a drink along the water (or on it), snagging a seat at one of Bayside Marketplace's big-name restaurants or setting off on a sunset cruise touring Biscayne Bay's islands.”
“This shopping mall is smaller than Dolphin Mall, but it also has its charm and exclusive stores like Macy’s. ”
“What is it? A throwback to Florida’s fruit stands of old, Robert is Here started in 1959 when the shop’s namesake, then six, began selling his family’s cucumbers from a roadside table. It has since grown into an emporium of exotic fruit and vegetables—and a huge tourist attraction. Why go? A lovely farm setting, a bevy of exotic fruit—which you can ask to be whipped into a fresh milk shake—and an adorable petting zoo make this worthy of the trek down (way) south. Don’t miss: Beyond sourcing nearly every type of fruit available, Robert is Here stocks “Grandma’s Kitchen,” its small general store, with local honey, artisanal bread and other yummy, Miami-made treats. Only drive-through service is available at the moment, everything can be ordered ahead online or via DM and picked up from the car. ”