The Grove has a cool history that’s a little hard to see nowadays. Maya Hatcha, a boutique onGrand Avenue, between CocoWalk and Sandbar, is a clear look at a Grove that once was. This 45-year-old institution could quickly be described as a hippie boutique. The store is packed with racks of French linen dresses and wide leg pants,
The Miami Woman’s Club originally was located on Flagler Street but moved to its current location on Bayshore Drive overlooking Biscayne Bay in 1925. Over the decades, the Miami Herald documented the gatherings of the clubs, often on the social pages – and usually without offering the woman’s first name, using only her married name.
With the help of the multicultural tourism department of the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau, the Coconut Grove Village West Visitor Center official opened its doors on Monday, July 20 at KROMA Gallery on 3670 Grand Avenue. In the center, visitors will find a variety of information about the Grove in the forms of
Wednesday morning on ¡Despierta América! the Isabel Riera boutique is featured as Jessica Cediel and Andrea Chediak shop the collection for the perfect Black Carpet outfit for Univision’s upcoming award show Premios Juventud.
Before Miami was even a concept, Coconut Grove was already a glorious, thriving settlement. It has always been a bit of a cultural antithesis in comparison with it’s glitzier, more opportunistic adoptive sister Miami, who would eventually annex Coconut Grove in 1925. With all the seafarers and bohemian energy, it isn’t surprising that it’s become one of
ABOUT 15 YEARS AGO, a handful of small-time roasters set out to revolutionize their industry by approaching a cup of coffee with a chef’s reverence for ingredients and a bartender’s flair for presentation. They pioneered a direct-trade system, sourcing beans straight from farms around the world. Thanks to their efforts, America fell in love with flavorful,
Arguably some of the best Indian food in the city, this Coconut Grove staple is always packed. Luckily for us it is moving to a much bigger space soon down the street so it’ll be easier to get our hands on some of the restaurant’s signature dishes like crab samosas, lamb vindaloo, tandoori chicken and
Coconut Grove Featured on Miami New Times Best of 2015 Grab your plutonium, rev that engine to 88 mph, and hang on tight: It’s time for a journey to Miami’s red-hot present. After all, Marty McFly traveled to 2015 in Back to the Future Part II. So consider nearly 350 of our picks for the