North East First Street is located in the Business District of Miami. It is well known for the many historical buildings, eating places and other attractions found in this area.
The Seybold building is especially attractive. The largest jewelry company in Florida and 2nd largest in the United States, it offers a wide variety of jewelry priced at $100 to $50,000. This building has ten floors and over 280 in-house jewelers. It provides a wide range of services including appraisals, special orders, watch repair, jewelry manufacturing and many other things.
There are a number of restaurants available on NE 1st Street, which serves all types of food. For unusual food, the Sugarcane Raw Bar Grill and the Golden Carrot Health Food offer a new taste experience.
The Everglades Shopping Center, with the Columbus Bazaar Shops and the La Epoca Department Store, is just one of the many places where it is possible to shop for any item desired.
Places available for exploration include the Gesu Catholic Church, New World Tower Gusman Center and offer the opportunity to learn more about this part of Miami.
East Flagler Street is downtown's main shopping street. It offers shopping at places such as Ross Dress for Less, Macy's Department Store, Marshalls, La Epoca and others. La Epoca is housed in a 1930's former Walgreens Drug Store that has been modernized and offers women's and children's apparel. This street is also an excellent location for discovering things such as "look-alike" handbags, discounts and other bargains at a reasonable price.
There is no need to go hungry when exploring this area. Its many restaurants serve excellent food and offer a wide array of dishes from pizza to sirloin steak. Whether you want a light meal or a heavy one, you will find what you are looking for while exploring this area.
As a bonus, there are three pocket parks available, which offer benches, green spaces and rest areas. This is an excellent opportunity to take time out or let the children play.