Today we’re taking you on a drive through Coral Gables and Coconut Grove for a day of bubbly brunch, tropical landscapes, and rooftop views.
The New Tropic Creative Studio / August 17, 2017
We like the classier things in life — rosé, brunch, Olivia Pope wine glasses. But we’re also pretty broke. This is how we get through it.
[email protected] / May 18, 2016
Downtown Coral Gables is tired of being seen as stuffy. Meet the new Miracle Mile.
Ariel Zirulnick / April 25, 2016
The lack of a grid and numbered streets may make Coral Gables seem harder to explore than the rest of the city, and there may be no more beautiful place in Miami to get lost.
[email protected] / April 21, 2016
With a university anchoring this city, you know Coral Gables is bound to have a few decent watering holes. Let’s grab a drink in Coral Gables.
Home to the Venetian Pool, the Biltmore Hotel, and Miracle Mile, there’s no shortage of places to explore in this gorgeous city.
From pad thai to locally-sourced produce, you’re sure to find what you want to ease those hunger pangs. Come on, let’s get grubbin’ in the Gables.
From the founder of the Books & Books chain to University of Miami’s some 16,000 students, Coral Gables is teeming with residents contributing to the cultural and intellectual life of Miami.
Coral Gables was one of Miami-Dade’s first planned communities. It’s got a distinct style, and that means plenty of strict zoning laws and building regulations. We explored a few of the issues in the Gables.
Coral Gables was incorporated in 1925 and it’s founder, George Merrick, had a distinct vision for the city. Let’s dig a little deeper into Coral Gables’ rich history.