5 of the best places to spot celebrities in Miami

1) Seaspice

If you want to catch Beyoncé and Jay Z in the eating act, this renovated warehouse on the Miami River, with dockage that yacht captains jockey over, is the place to do it. Other superstars who quaffed bubbly and feasted on delicacies here include Barbra Streisand, Ryan Phillippe, Marc Anthony and David Beckham.

view over Miami city as seen from Seaspice bar

422 NW North River Drive, Downtown

+1 305 440 4200

http://seaspicemiami.com

2) Prime 112

This meat palace attracts a ton of the Hollywood elite year round, and for good reason: The beef is Kobe – including the hot dogs and burgers – and the caviar and truffles abound. Top names range from Kim Kardashian and Kanye West to Will Smith to Taraji P. Henson. You’ll also spot a lot of athletes.

exterior of Brown's hotel Miami

At: Brown's Hotel, 112 Ocean Drive, South Beach

+1 305 532 8112

http://mylesrestaurantgroup.com

3) Island Gardens

Because this mixed-use restaurant, lounge and retail destination is located on the only private superyacht marina in North America, you can bet that any given night will deliver handfuls of the rich, famous and eclectic out for a night of Ibiza-like partying. These have included Patrick Schwarzenegger, Dennis Rodman, Scottie Pippen and more.

a party during the night at Island Gardens

888 MacArthur Causeway, Watson Island

+1 305 531 3747

http://islandgardens.com

4) Art Basel

This international visual arts festival transforms both Wynwood and South Beach into a progressive party jam, with luminaries like Madonna, Ariana Grande, Tyson Beckford, Rosario Dawson and Skrillex performing, hosting or appearing at charity events, galleries and museums. While many of the soirees are private, the beaches and restaurants they go to otherwise are public.

art exhibition party at Art Basel Miami

Wynwood and South Beach

http://artbasel.com/miami-beach

5) South Beach Wine & Food Festival

Foodies drool over the possibilities presented by this monster festival, held in giant tents on the sands of South Beach (and in surrounding venues) every February. Celebrity chefs and television personalities ranging from Emeril Lagasse to Guy Fieri to Snoop Dogg host events. Others, like Emilio and Gloria Estefan, simply come for the culinary spirit.

aerial view of the South Beach Wine & Food Festival

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