Coconut Grove

About Coconut Grove

Coconut Grove, also known as “The Grove,” is one of the oldest and most unique Miami neighborhoods. Many residents say it is undoubtedly the best neighborhood that you can find in Miami. It is located south of Brickell and just northeast of Coral Gables. Coconut Grove runs along the Biscayne Bay and features many different styles of homes. The townhome-style of property is prevalent in the area.

This area not only has a lot of history, but it is also one of the most beautiful neighborhoods in Miami. It is famous for its cool Bohemian vibe, lush tropical landscaping, and relaxed city streets. As a result, homes, and condos are highly desirable and are some of the most luxurious and attractive properties on the Miami market. Condo units in the buildings along Bayshore Drive have some of the most spectacular and amazing views of Biscayne Bay. Some of my favorite buildings are Grove at Grand Bay, Two Park Grove, and Grovenor House.

The Coconut Grove neighborhood dates back to the Bahamian era of the 1870s, and in West Grove, you can find various art galleries, historical places, and farmer markets along Grand Avenue. In addition, it is home to Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, boutique hotels, and the famous Coco Walk, with boutique shopping and dining.

The neighborhood is surrounded by a Dinner Key Marina located on the Biscayne Bay with sailboats tied on the shore giving off a surreal view for the eyes to cherish. The Coconut Grove Sailing Club offers you the chance to learn sailing or even enjoy the weekend regatta near the offshores of Kennedy or Peacock park.

There are many roadside cafés that you can spot while walking around. The most famous eatery is the Green Street Café, which offers countless delicacies that you can munch on a Sunday afternoon while watching the scenery around you. There are great boutiques all around the “Grove” that can fulfill your shopping cravings and leisure time all in one. The entertainment center and Coco Walk shopping will make your time fly by staying indulged in the exploration.

Things To Do In Coconut Grove

Coconut Grove Restaurants

When it comes to great restaurants with great culinary experience “Grove” is a definite must-visit destination. Here is the list of the most popular restaurants:

Tigertail + Mary
Peacock Garden
Green Street Café
Kush Coconut Grove
Jaguar Ceviche


Private and Public Schools

If you are thinking about moving to the “Grove” and you need to find a school, make sure you do your research in advance. Schools in and around Coconut Grove are based on the geographic area where the property is located. Since there are different options, you should also use google maps and based schools located around the city.

Here is the link with different institutes:

Events that are going through the entire year!

The Coconut Grove pace is much more laid back and slower than other parts of Miami neighborhoods, but there are still various events that are usually going around the entire year:

Miami Wine Festival will be held on 5th November. It would include unlimited wine tasting of more than 150 kinds of wine.

Coconut Grove Artisanal Market, which sets up every Friday at 6 pm near St Stephens Church. It includes good food, artisanal goods, and live music.

Howl-O-Ween that would take place in commemoration of Halloween

Around The Area Of Coconut Grove Florida

Due to the rich historical culture, Coconut Grove consists of various Museums that will make you fall in love with the place. There are many museums that you can visit such as:

Vizcaya Museum & Gardens
Theodore Roosevelt Gibson Memorial Fund Museum
Plymouth Congregational Church
Barnacle State Historic Site
Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden


Hotels In Coconut Grove Florida

Check out a few of these local favorite places to stay!

Ritz Carlton Coconut Grove
Courtyard by Marriott Miami
Mr. C Miami
Intercontinental Miami
Hampton Inn Miami

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