Difference between revisions of "Miami/Brickell"
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Brickell, which includes the Financial District, is home to the majority of the major corporation and large businesses in Miami. Along Brickell Avenue, you will find headquarters for major banks, real estate and law firms. In contrast to South Beach, Brickell tends to be more "buttoned-up" during the day. However, there are plenty of places to eat and relax by beautiful Biscayne Bay. Brickell Key, also known as Claughton Island, is a small community attached to Brickell by a pedestrian friendly bridge. It is home to the famed Mandarin Oriental hotel. Strollers along Brickell Key often spot one of the many giant iguanas that make the island their home.
Novecento is a very popular Argentenian -style food restaurant and bar. There are a variety of casual and fine dining options for you to choose from. This area has several luxury hotel chains due to its central location in Miami and its proximity Biscayne Bay. On Brickell you will find the Conrad Miami , Four Seasons Hotel , JW Marriott among others. Fine dining options include Morton's Steakhouse , River Oyster Bar, Atrio, Azul, Aqua