Coconut Grove is the oldest community on Biscayne Bay, and has long been known as an artistic community filled with sidewalk cafes, upscale boutiques and specialty shops, big named retailers and fine dining. Some Coconut Grove Restaurants are Atchana'sEast/West Kitchen, Bizcaya at the Ritz Carlton, George's in the Grove, Gibraltar, Green Street Cafe, Juguar Ceviche Spoon Bar and Latam Grill, The Knife Argentinain Steakhouse, and Le Bouchon Du Grove. Referred to as “The Grove” by locals, Coconut Grove also boasts a lively nightlife that rivals some of Miami’s top hotspots. Enjoy Cocowalk an upscale shopping, dining and entertainment area with thirty stores and services, including a movie theater, boutiques, and multiple restaurants, and The Streets of Mayfair featuring boutiques, shops, art galleries, Improv Comedy Club and restaurants.The Grove is known for its many restaurants with a variety of cuisines and particularly for taking a stroll to one of the open air cafes. Coconut Grove is just a few miles away from the beaches and downtown Miami's business district, Coral Gables, Key Biscayne and Miami Beach.
It’s pedestrian friendly neighborhood and tree-lined streets add to the ambience and charm for Coconut Grove Real Estate. The glorious tropical background, overhead natural leafy canopy of lush tree foilage, and nearby ancient stunning trunks of greenery, waterfront parks and views from Sailboat Bay make this city a relaxing hangout for residents and tourists. Coconut Grove, Florida is also a popular destination for sailing, with sailing charters and sailing clubs.
Coconut Grove's small village quality positions itself an ideal location for local outdoor happenings including; The Coconut Grove Arts Festival, which takes place each year in February over President's Day weekend, the Grove Food & Wine Festival takes place each April. Every June, the Goombay Festival transforms Grand Avenue in Coconut Grove into a Caribbean Carnival celebration with great Bahamian food and music. July 4th is an all day all America affair that includes an old-fashioned picnic on the grounds of the Barnacle Historic State Park, events throughout downtown Grove including street performers and a coconut treasure hunt, culminating with a fireworks display at Peacock Park. On Labor Day Weekend, another fabulous Coconut Grove event is The Great Grove Bed Race, with make-shift, themed beds rolling down the streets of downtown Coconut Grove to the delight of participants. The King Mango Strut parade continues each year on the last Sunday in December.
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