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What You'll See
In Surfside you'll see an eclectic mix of people. The neighborhood is packed with families, millennials, and older people who still get out to enjoy life. With so many things to do and the beach right there, Surfside is always full of activity. Being a beachfront neighborhood, there are always different people around, whether they are visitors or residents. You get the full spectrum of what Miami has to offer in Surfside.
Friday Night Fun
Sky Bar at the Grand Beach Hotel is popular and is known for its nightlife. Time to gather up your friends, throw on your dancing shoes and get ready to have a great time. The Lobby Bar at Grand Beach Hotel is also fun, plus all the Miami Beach bars are just down the street.
The Perfect Sunday
The perfect Sunday in Surfside includes sun, fun, and the beach. Locals and tourists can never get enough of the beachfront. There are a number of events going on all the time that cater to the locals and are family friendly. Surfside has a beautiful nature preserve and picnic area, and you can find the locals in this area soaking up the sun in a quiet and serene environment. For others, the perfect Sunday includes shopping, which is easy to do and right down the street at the Bal Harbour Shops.
Where to Live
Surfside is a small area, so no matter where you live, you will find quality and a tight-knit community feel. Because Surfside is a beautiful oceanfront neighborhood, you're going to pay top dollar whether you're renting or buying. There are a number of different styles in Surfside, from homes to condos. You'll find high-rises becoming more common, but for the most part, the entire area is full of residents who can afford to be near the beach.
Where to Eat
Being on the beach, there are enough restaurants to satisfy any palate. For sandwiches, Jos's Deli is known for its Rueben and it has some of the best pastrami in Florida. The Harbour Grill is great for Japanese cuisine, and Sushi Republic or Sushi & Tapas are the places to hang out with friends for good sushi anytime. If you're looking for casual dining with a view, check out the Grand Beach Hotel Surfside, and you can never go wrong at Flanagans for lunch or dinner with friends. Café Ragazzi is an Italian staple, and if you're feeling like you want to get dressed up, try Pescecane Ristorante. Looking for some ice cream? Try Serendipity.
The beach • Surfside community center • Regularly scheduled picnics and events.
Locals Don't Love
Lots of traffic • Difficult to park • Can be noisy.
Disclaimer: School attendance zone boundaries are supplied by Maponics and are subject to change. Check with the applicable school district prior to making a decision based on these boundaries.