Miami Sightseeing Boat Tours

There has been a trend here in Miami as of late that we would like to focus on, Miami sightseeing boat tours are truly starting to catch on to not only tourists but locals as well.

Today we will focus on a few of the top tours in Miami, Fl and we will also dig into a few testimonials to give a feel of what the public has to say.
Island Queen Cruises on their website…

“Sit back and relax for an unforgettable fully-narrated bilingual
sightseeing cruise along scenic Biscayne Bay. See Miami’s spectacular
coastal sites including the beautiful downtown Miami skyline, the Port
of Miami, Fisher Island, Miami Beach and “Millionaire’s Row” – the
homes of the rich and famous. Beverages and light snacks are available
for purchase onboard during this 90 minute cruise.

Our modern yachts, the Island Queen, the Island Lady and the Miami
Lady, offer the utmost in comfort and style for up to 140 passengers.
Each vessel features an air-conditioned lower salon, enclosed in
picture windows, as well as an upper-deck where you may take in the
fresh ocean breeze and an awning that will protect you from direct
sunlight and light seasonal showers. Don’t forget to purchase your
favorite soft drink, cocktail or light snack from our full cash bar.”

They have 3.8 Stars on Google with 159 reviews

Another boat tour that seems to give you a lot of bang for your buck Miami Aqua Tours

They will have a fun party boat going out on the bay for the 4th of
July!  What better way to be up close with friends and drink
in your hand perhaps?

Enjoy the fireworks and the amazing view of the Miami skyline!!!
Adult’s $ 65.00 dollars.
Children $ 30.00 Children (from 0 months to 13 years of age)
+ 7% taxes and $2.00 City of Miami additional surcharge. (paid at the
pier when boarding) 
Live DJ Music.
INCLUDED: Open Champaign bar (21 and older) 
Festive Hats.
AVAILABLE: Cash bar (Cocktails, Wine, Beer, Sodas, Water)
BOARDING TIME: 7:45 pm. Must arrive 30 minutes before to check in.
CRUISING TIME: 8:00 PM to 10:00 PM.

3.7 Stars out of 69 reviews.

Miami sightseeing boat tours can be great for a quick nighttime or daytime party or maybe you want to check out a few Million dollar+ mansions. There are boat tours that will get you as
close as legally possible to see things people only gimps at real quick while hoping over the bridge to and from the beach.

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Tap 42 Craft Kitchen & Bar opens in Midtown Miami

6,150-square-foot restaurant at 3252 Northeast First Avenue
 was previously occupied by Apeiro Kitchen & Bar,
which closed its doors after less than a year. It also includes
a 3,500-square-foot patio space. 

Tap 42,
owned and operated by Tapco Restaurant Group, is primarily financed by
a $2.5 million loan from EB-5 funding, as The Real Deal reported last
July. Another Tap 42 location opened in Coral
 last year, also
with the help of EB-5 funds. 

outdoor area in Midtown offers covered patio dining as well as a social
gathering space. In addition to having 42 craft beers on tap,
the menu also offers selections like a Rainbow Sushi Bowl and Spicy
Salmon Tostones.

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Midtown Miami’s new luxury apartment building celebrates near completion

Midtown Five, the 400-unit luxury apartment building in Miami’s bustling Midtown neighborhood that is nearing completion, hosted an exclusive fall fete for Miami’s real estate community on Wednesday, Nov. 9, at Sugarcane Raw Bar Grill.

The event was the first official opportunity for brokers to gather and experience the sophisticated ambience and unique lifestyle to be afforded at the highly anticipated Midtown Five, Magellan Development Group’s first project in the market.

The evening commenced with guests joining at Midtown Five’s pre-leasing center at 3310 NE First Ave., Suite 111, to learn about the project and experience residence features. Showcasing a model kitchen and bathroom, the space presented distinct, modern finishes that will be available to residents, such as contemporary cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, quartz countertops and GROHE fixtures.

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Midtown Miami Residences Facebook Page

Midtown Miami Residences Facebook Page!

Looks like there is a whole new Facebook Page for the residences of Midtown Miami! They have been posting a lot of cool things there and are always up to date with the new and exciting openings in the Midtown Miami area.

The Midtown Miami Residences Facebook Page can be found here:

Just keeping you updated so we can all stay in the loop here locally as to what is opening and what is closing in the area. We have seen many place come and go and there soon may be a blog post devoted to those place who have stood the test of time in Midtown Miami.

New Look And Feel!

As many of you may know there are many changes around here at Midtown Miami on this website as well as around the area. Moloko just opened and I go there often for a crepe and coffee. Egyptian Pizza is a grate place for a Falafel or pizza at a reasonable price.

Finally the huge jungle in the middle that was an eye sore for over a year is gone and you can now bring your pets or yourself alone for a nice walk.

I’m sure the businesses are happy knowing that when people come out of Target they can finally see their business across the way. There were huge trees blocking the view and local business suffered in the process.

This website just got a new face lift and we encourage everyone to save this website link somewhere on their computer or smart phone for a point of reference when looking for your next place to eat or shop.

Thanks for stopping by and check back often as many thing will be added ad Midtown Miami grows!

New Midtown Miami Updates Coming Soon!

We will be updating this website very soon to reflect all of the new and exciting changes to the Midtown Miami Area.

World of Beer

Tilted Kilt

Pasta Folies Restaurant

All are coming soon along with many more. This area is shaping out to be a special Hot Spot in the heart of Miami, Fl.

The nasty jungle is finally wiped clean and even more will be coming our way real soon. Keep Updated by visiting us often!