What To Do In Miami In Less Than 24 Hours
I went on a cruise to the Bahamas for a bachelorette party, and we set sail from Miami. When we came back from our cruise on Monday, my awesome bosses allowed me to work remotely in Miami before catching my flight back to Dallas.
As a nomad in spirit, all I need is wifi, a computer, power outlets, and coffee. So my first destination was Starbucks. To my surprise, I went to the one in the Lincoln Road Mall, but they didn’t have power outlets at any of their tables. The struggle was real. If you plan to work somewhere around there, I would not recommend it if you need a sustainable energy source.
With lunchtime approaching and my laptop battery dying, I knew I needed to make my way to another place. Also, I knew I couldn’t go to Miami without trying a plate of authentic Cuban food, so I ordered my Uber and typed in “Cuban restaurant in Ocean Drive.”
My first search result was Havana 1957, so that’s where I went. I had a lovely experience there. My food there was delicious, the people were friendly, and as a bonus, it was within walking distance from the beach. I heard their mojitos were delicious, but I wasn’t able to try them because of my tight schedule.
If you plan to go to Miami soon, please go to Havana 1957, try a mojito for me, and let me know how they are. I would love to hear what your favorite restaurants in Miami are. Comment below.
Until next time!