Bal Harbour is one of the most popular residential destinations in the world
Located in Miami-Dade County, Florida, this neighborhood poses white-sand beaches, swaying palms, fashion, and luxurious living. Home to less than 3,000 people, Bal Harbour is situated on the northern tip of the Miami Beach and is a barrier island in the northern-most tip of a chain which goes far south up to Key West.
The Collins Avenue is the main road running from south to north through Bal Harbour while a channel between the northern end of Biscayne Bay and the Atlantic Ocean passes through Bal Harbour’s northern end.
Here are some of the top attractions of life in Bal Harbour:
Bal Harbour has a number of bars, including many that serve food, making it a place with a happening nightlife. These bars are a golden place to relax for locals after a day of hard work as well as for the tourists.
Here are some of the best bars that Bal Harbour has to offer:
- Yardbird Southern Table & Bar: A tremendous destination on Lennox Avenue for those who are looking for a great nightlife experience in Bal Harbour. The drinks are unbeatable while the food is fresh. Do not forget to try the cocktails and wine here.
- The Backyard BBQ & Brew: The music, barbeque, food and drinks at this place also located on Lennox Avenue are mind-blowing. It also has a dance floor and private space for parties.
- Beach Bar: Another gorgeous place for great food and drinks. From Bahama Roll to New York strip steak, you will find it all here. Enjoying your drink with a view of the ocean makes the Beach Bar a perfect place to spend quality time. This bar is located on Collins Avenue, Sunny Isles Beach.
Makoto: If you are looking for Japanese food and a fantastic sushi bar, Chef Makoto’s place is what suits you the most.
- The Capital Grille: If you are looking for exquisite seafood or dry-aged steaks and global wine, this is the place on Brickell Avenue you ought to be in.
- Old’s Havana: Want to try a different and authentic Cuban dish every day of the week? Go to Old’s Havana on SW 8th Street.
- Several hotels in Bal Harbour organize family fun events like games, pool play, camping etc.
- Try family-friendly cuisines that many hotels offer
- Enjoy fishing near jetty on Bal Harbour beach
- Rent bicycles to see the surroundings
- Check Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami (watch a fantastic Transformers or Star Trek movie, Star Trek, not Star Wars!)
- Creative Art for Kids are held in the museum on the first Saturday of every month
Things to do at Bal Harbour
Bal Harbour throws at you a plethora of opportunities to explore and enjoy. Here is a list of what you should do here to make the most out of it:
- Explore the Bal Harbour beach path leading to the jetty where children enjoy fishing with adults.
- Engage in windsurfing, parasailing, and waverunning.
- Walking on the beach in the evening, enjoying the sea breeze in a starlit night.
- Going on a shopping spree (with lower taxes you can do more!).
- Visit South Pointe Park in the southernmost end of Miami Beach. It takes just 26 minutes to reach there from Bal Harbour.
- Miami-Dade County Fair: If you are Bal Harbour in March-April, then this is the biggest attraction. It is one of the biggest fairs in the US and attracts 700,000 people every year.
- Take an art deco walking tour.
- Boating and jet skiing.
- Sightseeing in Miami.
Bal Harbour is a shopper’s paradise. Be it Bal Harbour Shops or any other place, the place’s luxury-shopping offerings are matchless. Besides brands like Gucci, Channel and Prada, Bal Harbour has plenty to choose from if you are a shopaholic.
From jewelries to ready-to-use boutiques to kids and adults wear to home furnishings, Bal Harbour has everything. Just go there and buy something!
Bal Harbour Real Estate
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