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A Day at Wynwood Walls in Miami, Florida

When I hear most people speak about Miami, they are usually referring to the nightlife and beaches. In particular the South Beach area. There are other areas to check out and Wynwood is certainly one. There are many places to eat, dine, drink, and of course check out some very cool street art!

The area was originally an industrial area. Although it still looks it, there are a ton of businesses all around. As I mentioned there are many places to get food. Some are more popular and talked about than others. My friends and I were pretty hungry and headed to the Wynwood Diner which is across the street from the Wynwood Walls.

The Crew ©2018 HollyDayz

From the outside we weren’t sure if we were making the right choice on going in. We even questioned if it was actually open. We didn’t judge the book by its cover and walked in with an open mind and we were delightfully happy at doing so. The nice cold air conditioning was the best relief from the very humid July weather in Miami.

Cookies & Cream Milkshake ©2018 HollyDayz

The restaurant is a really nice size, with an entire back area. The booths are large and comfortably sat all 6 of us by the window. One of my friends wanted a cookies and cream shake. The rest wanted to drink. Wynwood Diner has a full bar so this wasn’t a problem.

Delicious french toast ©2018 HollyDayz

My friends ordered burgers, pancakes, mac and cheese, and more. I ordered french toast with a bourbon creme anglaise and scrambled eggs. The food was delicious. The waiter was very attentive and answered any questions we had. If you are in the area, I would recommend you stop into the Wynwood Diner.

1 of 2 Entrances ©2018 HollyDayz

Once done we headed across the street to Wynwood Walls. It is free to enter and there are tons of really cool murals all around. 50 artists that represent 16 countries have murals there. There are 80,000 square feet of walls to enjoy. Each year there are new murals that are put up. So if you go back there should be something new to see.

Inside ©2018 HollyDayz
©2018 HollyDayz
©2018 HollyDayz

We had a great time walking around and taking photos. You will see tons of people walking around the area doing photo shoots and such. It was disgustingly hot and began to drizzle while we walked around. It was more than welcome. We left the Wynwood Walls and began to walk around. The entire area has tons of street art everywhere. It is possible to walk around for hours so make sure you have comfortable shoes on.

©2018 HollyDayz

After walking in the heat for a while we stopped at Cielito Artisan Pops. It is Miami’s first artisan ice pop spot. That have indoor and outdoor seating, but for the heat we didn’t want to be outside. If you come with your dog they have water bowls. They even have ice pops that are dog friendly. You can pretty much get all types of fruity or chocolate ice pops and even add toppings to it.

Natalie enjoying a passion fruit pop ©2018 HollyDayz

A couple of my friends decided to indulge and got passion fruit and a watermelon pop. The atmosphere inside was nice and they had little cups where we were drinking some water. There was also a gentleman who worked there who was telling us about the area. He directed us to where we could get some water, but did say it was a little hood.

Wynwood Yard Stage ©2018 HollyDayz

Water was a must so we walked to the store to get some. My friends wanted to drink some more. I just wanted to sit down and be cool. We ended up going to Wynwood Yard which was pretty cool. It is outdoors, but they have enough fans to keep everyone cool. They also have a bar and food trucks all around.

Drinks ©2018 HollyDayz

The bar was severing $2 beers so my friend bought everyone a round. They have some great music there. It was very enjoyable. A couple of my friends checked out the food trucks and purchased buffalo mac and cheese, which I tried and it was so spicy. It began to pour rain, but we were covered at the Wynwood Yard. I really like the atmosphere and would go back here next time I was in the area.

Wynwood Yard MIA Sign ©2018 HollyDayz

We all really enjoyed our time in the Wynwood area. I would like to go back and see more artwork, especially since they change it. I would want to back when it is less humid because I wouldn’t wish that sticky heat feeling on anyone. Such a great time so I will be back!

Have you been to Wynwood Walls?

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  • Jimmy

    I’m always up for good artwork so this might be a trip I actually take. On a side note, the milkshake looked delicious. I can’t imagine them switching art pieces so often; just shows how many talented people are out there. Pics were great! Good post.

  • Chris

    I love the food and I love the art work . A different view of Florida . Well done

  • Leslie

    My old neck of the woods! When we lived on South Beach, we would always make sure to take our guests off Miami Beach to see Wynwood Walls. Great shots!

  • MUAKimPorter

    This looks fun. I want that french toast and those drinks though.

  • jadoreledecor

    There is NEVER a shortage of things to do in Florida, but this one is a first for me. I love all of the art and food featured.

  • Toni

    The artwork is absolutely Devine! I love art so much. The colors and everything looks so nice. And the French toast looks to die for. Omg. I know you had a blast.

  • Jonna

    I always like seeing street art when I visit a new city. Last year I went to Miami for the first time and made a quick stop at Wynwood Walls and wish I had more time to spend.

  • Shabree

    I grew up in Miami so this post brought back some good memories.

  • Kimberly Erin

    I have seen these walls everywhere (on IG ahah) and obvi they are amazing! I had a friend who was raving about it…but I didn’t know it was set up as such a production, wow, I guess thats how it is maintained tho!

  • Vicky and Buddy

    I live nearby so Wynwood is a place I go to often. It has such a fun vibe and the art is constantly changing. Good luck coming back when it isn’t as humid though! 😉

  • Samir

    Wow very cool but i’m impress with all these street art. Is that Trump on one mural? 😀

  • Mellissa Williams

    We are big street art fans and didn’t know about Wynwood Walls when we visted Miami a few years ago. The street art is so vibrant and colourful and you have some great photos!

  • Alfred Harvey

    The food looked incredible and the art was fantastic…I’m sold! Looks like you had a great time!

  • Indrani

    Wow that is so interesting that they keep changing the wall art. So much of creativity there. And all of them are colorful too. Great pics.

  • bye:myself

    Unfortunately, I’ve heard about this place only after my last trip to Miami so I haven’t been there – too bad since in your post, it looks even more exciting than I’ve expected it. The next time I’m going to Miami, I will check it out for sure; but unfortunately it might take a while – so until then: thanx for sharing these great motives!

  • SherianneKay

    I really like the Wynwood area but I have not been to the diner and that milkshake looks amazing! I love to make it a yearly weekend to see how the walls change each year

  • Olivia Liam

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  • LDH Is TravelAtWill

    We will be back in Miami in December and will keep Wynwood in mind. As we travel these days, we are much more on the lookout for street art. Great to find a whole area dedicated to it. I love all the colourful pieces. I definitely would want one of those milkshakes if we visit the Wynwood Diner.

  • Jas

    These are all such beautiful murals!!! I’m a huge wall art lover and I actually visited Miami a few years ago for a music festival, but never had time to explore Wynwood. Totally kick myself now looking at your photos and ughh the food at the diner looks TO DIE FOR! You seriously make me wanna take a trip back now.

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