Lincoln Road is a center for going out in Miami. The architecture of the street was designed by Morris Lapidus, and it is an eight- block outdoor promenade, with plants, fountains, and a black and white striped floor lining its center.
Situated between Alton Road and Washington Avenue in South Beach, Lincoln Road is a place to see and to be seen, with a rocking nightlife and a multitude of stores, cafes, restaurants, boutiques, and galleries. There is also a theater (Lincoln Road Theater) where you can watch independents films and small plays, and there is a church.
On Sundays, you will find a farmer’s market, and every second Sunday from October to May, you can enjoy an antique and collectibles market. Lincoln Road is very international, and people from all over the world have come and established their stores and restaurants there.
You will find all sorts of people wandering the streets, and if you love people watching, you can sit at the outdoor restaurants and cafes and watch the crowds go by. You will find locals, families, gay people, tourists, celebrities, models, and all sorts of beautiful people walking around.