One man’s 1920’s architectural vision remains preserved.
Tree-lined boulevards, fountains, and winding roadways give Coral Gables, Florida its identity as "The City Beautiful." Coral Gables' giant swooping banyan trees and wide-open streets make it one of the most desirable and old-fashioned neighborhoods in the area. In fact, Coral Gables didn't evolve organically like much of Miami; George Edgar Merrick planned it in the 1920s.
Shoppers flock to fine boutiques and specialty stores along Coral Gables' Miracle Mile to find the hottest new styles and the best in traditional artisanal products at specialty stores like leather goods and bridal shops. Brides from around the world saunter up and down the downtown Coral Gables area searching for their perfect gown, waiting to be found in one of the many boutiques. Stylish shoppers are known fans of Merrick Park, the local luxury mall.
Coral Gables restaurants appear on the culinary map for a variety of cuisines. Their elegant ambience and exacting service are taken for granted in Coral Gables, Florida - a city dedicated to fine living. Stop by Coral Gables on a Friday night and you'll stumble into one of the city's most popular happy hour spots.
Other destinations in the area include Venetian Pool, the Biltmore Hotel and GableStage, Miracle Theater, Coral Gables Art Cinema and the University of Miami. Download the City of Coral Gables' free mobile app
for access to programs and services.
For more information, be sure to visit the Coral Gables Visitor Center.