Downtown Miami provides visitors and residents with a unique shopping experience with many different styles of malls and shopping areas. In the Brickell neighborhood, shoppers can find the Brickell City Centre, the Brickell City Centre Farmers Market, and Mary Brickell Village.
Brickell City Centre: This is the biggest of the shopping malls in Brickell with a large selection of retail, restaurant and specialty providers. The City Centre features many high-end clothing retailers including 120% Lino, Fabiani Filippi and Saks Fifth Avenue. If you are looking for designer shoes there are shops for that too, you can find your newest pair at places like Addict, Font and Giuseppe Zanotti. There are also plenty of specialty stores for any other needs you might have including jewelers, stores selling perfumes, candles and even a tea shop. And if you get hungry, there are restaurants throughout the City Centre that you can stop at for a quick bite. Brickell City Centre is located at 701 S Main St.
Brickell City Centre Farmers Market: This farmers market is located at 98 SE 7th St and is put on by Green Market Co-op. The market includes vendors selling produce, food, arts and crafts, and even pet food. Shoppers can find plenty of fruits and vegetables while they are in season and all products are locally sourced. The Brickell Farmers Market is open every Saturday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. rain or shine and there is parking available on-site.
Mary Brickell Village: This is a smaller shopping mall that features mostly restaurants and services but there are still some shops to check out. Mary Brickell Village’s shops specialize in fashion stores like OFY Menswear, Blush and Basik. The mall does have a variety of spas and beauty services which make it a great spot for a girl’s night out or when you need a bit of pampering. And this mall is a great place to grab a bite to eat since there are a plenty of restaurants offering whatever you may be craving.
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