Photo by Michelle Artimez
Situated oceanfront on Collins Avenue in the shadow of The Setai (South Beach’s tallest and most expensive hotel), Townhouse is a humble Art Deco concrete building trimmed in red with two very cool venues hidden inside, a subterranean ramen lounge and a laidback rooftop bar. K. Ramen. Burger. Beer excels in all of its eponymous categories and also serves delightful poke bowls and chicken wings, while The Cape is a surprisingly rare rooftop perch in South Beach with a laidback bungalow atmosphere playing host to live music.
By Shayne Benowitz, AFAR Contributor
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can't afford the Delano? (don't worry - neither can I) this budget option located 1 block from the beach is a great bet. Stark all white rooms, firm beds, rainfall showers, continental breakfast and young sexy clientele make the Townhouse my Miami Beach pick for a cheap and cheerful stay. The basement sushi bar is one of the better Japanese options in the beach as well.
By Thomas June
150 20th St, Miami Beach, FL 33139, USA