Miami Art Week with Uber
This post was sponsored by uber. Opinions are always my own!
Another successful and fun Miami Art Week has come and gone and I’m excited to share with you some of the hotspots I got to visit this past week with Uber. So what were the stops? What did we see? More below!
Miami Art Week
Miami Art Week takes place in the beginning of December every year and is the feature Miami event for the end of the year. With amazing art and events, it’s a great weekend to visit my hometown and see everything and everyone so if you haven’t made it down quite yet, I invite you to make a calendar reminder for 2019!
Navigating Art Week with Uber
Miami traffic is no joke, and neither is finding parking. That’s just one of the reasons I prefer to use Uber to get around, in particular during a busy time like Art Week. The accessibility of getting places with the touch of a button is unmatched, and I get dropped off right in front of the event or gallery and I don’t even need to worry about parking! Which can be a nightmare and expensive.
This year, Uber set up special statues commissioned by artist Emil Alzamora at key pick up and drop off points in the Design District and Wynwood, two of the most visited locations during Art Week. The Design District is one of my favorite places in Miami, and also a common location for special events as many brands have Miami or South Florida flagship stores in the area. The area also has great dining options as well, including a brand new restaurant co-owned by Pharrell. The Design District is one of those seen and be-seen places in Miami.
Wynwood is the artistic capital of Miami. The entire neighborhood’s buildings are adorned with murals and street art. Some of the city’s most hip restaurants, bars and lounges are located here and during Art Week, there were some great pop ups and parties near the convention center.
With convenient statues located at and between these two trendy spots, going from one to the other during Art Week with Uber became a breeze!
Will you be making it down to Miami next year?