Eberjey, 1905 Purdy Avenue
For the décor of its second Miami boutique, the favorite hometown lingerie line opted for a blend of beach and industrial chic. Metal chairs, cloth mannequins and whitewashed wood floors provide a stark backdrop for lacy underpinnings and pajama sets in Liberty London prints. Also available are stylish swimsuits and cover-ups.
PB Steak, 1787 Purdy Avenue
Neighborhood pioneer Pubbelly multiplies yet again. PB Steak, the restaurant group’s fifth culinary concept, tackles regionally sourced surf and turf in a dining room of reclaimed wood walls, black tufted-leather banquettes and a communal table. Along with the small plates, like blue-crab bread pudding, there is an extensive raw bar.
Jugofresh, 1935 West Avenue
Proving Miami isn’t all about partying and overindulgence, Jugofresh churns out cold-pressed juices, superfood smoothies and raw, vegan fare. For new breakfast on-the-go ideas, try its raw oatmeal with cashew “mylk,” agave, vanilla and grey sea salt or its take on the açai bowl with Brazil nuts, seasonal fruit, mint and raw honey.
Flybarre, 1919 Purdy Avenue
Flywheel‘s cycling classes reinvented cardio; upstairs studio FlyBarre is now reinvigorating body sculpting. Instructors inject excitement into the interval-based class—a mix of circuit training, yoga, Pilates, stretching and strength building—with their custom playlists. Ballet barres in two heights mean tall and petite friends can work out together.
Panther Coffee, 1875 Purdy Avenue
The young couple who jumpstarted Miami’s cafe culture with Wynwood’s Panther Coffee have opened a second, larger location across the bay. Caffeine addicts can still get limited-edition roasted beans, as well as pastries like pão de queijo (Brazilian cheese bread). Stop by on Saturdays for complimentary cuppings, or tastings.