By Rob Vazquez By Rob Vazquez | September 24, 2021 | Lifestyle Feature
HERE ARE THE BEST THINGS TO DO THIS FALL IN MIAMI.
Located in Wynwood, Candle Land (@candleland_miami) invites Miami locals to relax and get creative through crafting their own candles. While enjoying a relaxing arts and crafts experience, all guests can bring personalized autumn scents into the luxury of their own homes. Visitors can choose from a selection of elegant vessels to house their waxy creations, resulting in tantalizing fall fragrances at the light of a match. From the comforting scents of home baked autumn favorites like snickerdoodle cookies or apple spice, to the cozy smell of freshly brewed coffee, Candle Land convinces Miamians that we are in season, regardless of the heat. 2311 NW Second ave Miami, FL 33127
Football at Moxies
Whether cheering for our beloved Dolphins or supporting the Canes of the University of Miami, football is undeniably a seasonal staple. With COVID restrictions lifting in the sports world and local eateries alike, Miami residents can fill up their favorite sports bars to satisfy all tailgate cravings. Located in Mary Brickell Village, Moxie’s (@moxies_miami) offers an upscale venue for football fanatics. With its suave atmosphere and collection of widescreen TVs, Moxies serves as the perfect spot for football fans to enjoy the big game. 900 South Miami Avenue, #161, Miami
Le Zoo Bal Harbour
Tucked away in the exclusive Bal Harbour Shops, Le Zoo (@lezoobalharbour) serves as one of Miami’s best autumnal secrets. The posh eatery pays homage to its French roots coupled with the fresh flavors of the sea. This season, Head Chef Julian Baker combines his exquisite culinary techniques with local palate favorites to bring the tastes of fall to South Florida. With new menu items such as cocktail aux crab royal featuring king crab and a caramelized lemon tart, guests can escape the paralyzing humidity and discover a bit of seasonality at Le Zoo. 9700 Collins Ave., Bal Harbour
A Road Trip To Robert's Ranch
Gather up your ammo and your best hunting gear because autumn in Florida means pheasant hunting is open for the season. For a premiere hunting camp and ultimate pheasant hunting destination, take a road trip to Robert’s Ranch in Palatka. Located just 60 miles south of Jacksonville, guests are whisked away with a European-styled pheasant hunt on the vast landscapes of Robert’s Ranch (@robertsranch01). Be sure to reserve your spot early, as these hunting parties are quite popular and fill up faster than a pheasant can shake its tailfeather. 625 State Road 100, Palatka
Fall Menu Items at Pura Vida
Enjoy iconic fall flavors and exciting autumn aromas at Pura Vida (@puravidamiami) as it expands its menu with delectable seasonal offerings. Serving as the kick to all cinnamon and pumpkin spice cravings, the beloved casual eatery and Miami-based staple offers an array of fall-inspired delights. Whether fueling your morning with a delicious pumpkin spice latte or ending a busy day with a chocolate pecan cookie or pumpkin spice croissant, Pura Vida invites you to seasonal indulgence at its finest.
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