Miami
The Miami, Florida nightlife is as varied as its residents with lively nightclubs, Cuban-American cuisine, sporting events and engaging art and theatrical exhibits.  Split into five main “hotspots”, there are countless ways to spend a night in Miami.
South Beach
Popularized as the backdrop to the TV show Miami Vice, South Beach is the iconic beach scene of Miami.  With vibrantly colored buildings and European influence, this section of Miami is home to hundreds of nightclubs, restaurants, hotels and boutiques.
Downtown
Once only thought of as the business and financial center of the city, Downtown Miami is enjoying a revival of nightlife options.  Set along the banks of Biscayne Bay, the Downtown neighborhood is great for architecture buffs, sports enthusiasts, shop-a-holics and culture-seekers.
Little Havana
A hub for Cuban immigrants and Central and South American natives, Little Havana is a social and cultural center for Miami.  Little Havana is an active area with impressive restaurants, warm and inviting residents and the best spot to tango to live Latin music.
Coral Gables
Ready to shop till you drop?  Coral Gables is the place for upscale shopping and dining.  Take a break from the hustle of South Beach and head to “The Gables” to experience an evening of luxury.
Wynwood Art District
With five museums and over 70 art galleries and exhibits, the Wynwood Art District is sure to engage your artistic side.  If you happen to be visiting on the 2nd Saturday of the month, participate in the Art Walk and walk door-to-door from each gallery while enjoying music, art and refreshments.
The infographic above details some of the best places to visit in each of these five neighborhoods.   High-res

Miami

The Miami, Florida nightlife is as varied as its residents with lively nightclubs, Cuban-American cuisine, sporting events and engaging art and theatrical exhibits.  Split into five main “hotspots”, there are countless ways to spend a night in Miami.

South Beach

Popularized as the backdrop to the TV show Miami Vice, South Beach is the iconic beach scene of Miami.  With vibrantly colored buildings and European influence, this section of Miami is home to hundreds of nightclubs, restaurants, hotels and boutiques.

Downtown

Once only thought of as the business and financial center of the city, Downtown Miami is enjoying a revival of nightlife options.  Set along the banks of Biscayne Bay, the Downtown neighborhood is great for architecture buffs, sports enthusiasts, shop-a-holics and culture-seekers.

Little Havana

A hub for Cuban immigrants and Central and South American natives, Little Havana is a social and cultural center for Miami.  Little Havana is an active area with impressive restaurants, warm and inviting residents and the best spot to tango to live Latin music.

Coral Gables

Ready to shop till you drop?  Coral Gables is the place for upscale shopping and dining.  Take a break from the hustle of South Beach and head to “The Gables” to experience an evening of luxury.

Wynwood Art District

With five museums and over 70 art galleries and exhibits, the Wynwood Art District is sure to engage your artistic side.  If you happen to be visiting on the 2nd Saturday of the month, participate in the Art Walk and walk door-to-door from each gallery while enjoying music, art and refreshments.

The infographic above details some of the best places to visit in each of these five neighborhoods.  

Source marriott.com