Eat like a local.
Miami is an international hub filled with diversity, liveliness, and authentic food. Get your “taste of Cuba” at Latin Cafe 2000 located at Brickell Plaza. The Cubano sandwich is a local favorite and you won’t be disappointed when you order the stuffed fried plantains. Their plant wall on their outdoor patio isn’t a bad Instagram post, either.
Satisfy your sweet tooth with one of B Bistro + Bakery’s exquisite pastries or something off of their rotating breakfast menu—which is filled with modern takes on delicious classics. Check out their colorful feed to get a visual.
Cultural caffeine fix
Start your morning with a Bird ride to Pasión Del Cielo for their coffee selection from all around the world: Brazil, Colombia, Kona. You name it, they’ve got it. Let’s take a moment to appreciate that their coffee beans are roasted to order.
Shop like a local
Spend the day in the heart of Brickell, getting your shop on at Brickell City Centre. With more than 50 stores, great restaurants, and a movie theater, you’ll have plenty to do. Park your Bird right outside on South Miami Ave.
Just a short Bird ride over (less than five minutes), you’ll find even more shopping at Mary Brickell Village. Enjoy the Miami heat in an open-air setting. Don’t forget to take a timeout and enjoy one of the many restaurants the Village has to offer.
Embrace Miami’s public transit
Brickell has a number of ways to get around, including the Miami Metromover, a free transit service that gets you from place to place around the downtown and Brickell area. Bird is the perfect solution for that last mile after you hop off the Metromover. Who wants to sit in traffic? We don’t!
Welcome to Bird life, Miami.
-The Bird Editorial Team