Fine Dining and Fun in the Sun in East EdgewaterPosted 12.06.2022
As Missoni Baia climbs skyward and the move-in date approaches, future residents of these East Edgewater homes are beginning to scout out the local attractions. Edgewater dates back to the 1920s, when it was built as a bayside shopping district. Its modern incarnation comes thanks to a wave of construction in the early 2000s as developers saw the potential in the waterfront locale. Now, the neighborhood is home to public parks, fine dining, and luxury accommodations, as well as being conveniently located within walking distance of Miami’s hip Wynwood neighborhood and the Arts & Entertainment District.
East Edgewater finds its purest expression in Margaret Pace Park, an eight-acre bayfront green space with open lawns, a basketball court, and a dog park, all set against the stunning Miami Beach skyline. History buffs will appreciate the nearby Miami City Cemetery, one of the area’s best-kept secrets, which is home to the final resting places of many city pioneers. And, of course, running the length of Edgewater is Biscayne Bay, inviting boaters with its easy waters and access to the ocean.
Residents of the superlative Edgewater condos at Missoni Baia will move into one of the hottest areas for Latin food in South Florida. Colombian favorite Palo Quemao serves classics like bandeja paisa and empanadas cooked to perfection, while their cinnamon-crusted natas dessert is to die for. For a Peruvian take on seafood, locals love Sabor a Perú, where the fish ceviche is always muy bueno.
But not all of the food around Missoni Baia is picante. Beer aficionados will frequent Kush, the trendy burger chain in nearby Wynwood with a microbrew-focused tap room and kitchen. Fresh ingredients, beef ground in-house, and an eco-conscious philosophy have made Kush a South Florida favorite, though the range of exotic and tasty burgers hasn’t hurt. For an upscale night on the town, residents will head to Beaker & Gray, where world-class cocktails meet an internationally inflected menu, which includes such unique, must-try combinations as maitake mushrooms with yuzu and smoked jalapeño and classics like the Wagyu burger.
After enjoying everything that East Edgewater and its surroundings have to offer, residents of Missoni Baia will return to their luxury homes, set in one of the neighborhood’s tallest towers and graced with a suite of resort-style amenities that capitalize on the building’s waterfront location and the glorious Miami climate. Whether they’re soaking up rays on one of the building’s many landscaped decks, playing a few sets on the elevated tennis court, getting a mani-pedi in the private spa, or simply strolling along the waterfront, residents at Missoni Baia will get the most out of South Florida without leaving the comfort of their own neighborhood. So, why not reach out today and start planning your new East Edgewater life right now?