Spring is upon us, which is great news for everyone planning on visiting Miami Beach over the next couple of months. While this tropical beachside city makes for a delightful destination year round, spring hits that magic balance of temperature, culture, and fun.
Moving out of the city’s coldest time of year—still not as bad as winter everywhere else—Miami hits its best season in spring. The days drift between relaxing, perfect low 80’s, and the occasional scorcher that makes jumping in the ocean that much more fun. With evenings in the 60’s and 70’s with an ocean breeze and SoBe buzz, it doesn’t get much better.
The months of March and April mean spring break for countless college students and families. Luckily, Miami Beach has something to offer all of these travelers. Young partiers can bar hop on nearby Ocean Drive, while families enjoy the sun exploring South Pointe Park and the Miami Beach Botanical Gardens.
April 11th marks Opening Day for the fun and electric Miami Marlins. Baseball is a big deal in Miami, and the team draws a full and enthusiastic crowd for almost all of its home games. Head out to see superstar power hitter Giancarlo Stanton hit one into the upper deck, and the legendary Ichiro Suzuki continue his long and accomplished career.
New Spring Menus
Miami’s burgeoning food scene promises that the spring season will bring a lot of new menu changes at high-end, New American restaurants. The award-winning Altar in Wynwood, which sources all of its ingredients from local farms, promises to have a new array of delightful fresh veggies and creative plates. Also keep an eye out for black-fin tuna at any of Miami’s many acclaimed seafood restaurants.
Miami has an exceptional list of acclaimed musicians coming to perform this spring. Just at the American Airlines Arena—Chris Brown, Ariana Grande, The Chainsmokers, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Hall & Oates, Tears For Fears, and Chance The Rapper are all performing over the next couple months.