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Rosy Cancela, PA | Broker Associate
Coldwell Banker Realestate
1682 Jefferson ave
Miami Beach Fl 3319

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Coconut Grove & Village West

Coconut Grove

A little Bohemian, A little Bahamian and altogether fascinating. “The Grove” is a place where people can stroll tree-lined streets, pop in at galleries, cafes and bookstores and savor a waterfront ambience. History and heritage still echo through The Grove, as you discover when strolling beside the bay at Peacock Park: or by visiting Ralph Munroe’s former home, The Barnacle, which dates back to 1891.

Keep your eyes peeled for the Trapp Homestead, constructed in 1887 and privately owned today; the Ransom School Pagoda, built in 1902 and now part of the Ransom Everglades School campus; and The Kampong, where you can admire 2,000 rare and unusual varieties of tropical and subtropical fruits, palms, vines, and flowering trees.

Another early home still surrounded by luxuriant grounds is now a museum: Vizcaya Museum and gardens, winter residence of industrialist James Deering from 1916 to 1925. Despite its location near the tropics, Vizcaya was designed to resemble one of the most significant collections of Italian furniture in the United States.

The Grove is home to CocoWalk, a shopping and entertainment complex. When the sun sets, CocoWalk lights up the night with a variety of restaurants and bars. Culinary styles span the globe in the Grove, whether you’re hankering for fresh seafood, savory pasta, ceviche by the spoon or just a scoop of gelato.

Village West

The past is still alive in coconut Grove. Touring the sites in the Coconut Grove Village West enclave is a culturally enriching experience for those seeking to learn about the African-American and Bahamian settlers who arrived at the tip of the Florida peninsula as early as the 1870s.

A stroll down Charles Avenue and other neighborhood streets is part of a heritage tour that includes the first Black church, a library, a cemetery and a number of historic homes.

Included are the E.W.F. Stirrup House, home to an early settler who built 100-plus homes in the area; the Mariah Brown House, residence of one of the first Bahamians to arrive in Coconut Grove; and the Winston Elliot Scott House, former home of one of the nation’s first African-American astronauts. KROMA Gallery is located in the heart of Village West, consisting of creative studios and communal exhibition space.


Coral Bagels

2750 SW 26th Ave. > 305.854.0336

Farinelli 1937

3197 Commodore Plaza > 305.648.9023

Glass and Vine

2820 McFarlane Rd. > 305.200.5268

Greenstreet Café

3468 Main Hwy. > 305.444.0244

Harry’s Pizzeria

2996 McFarlane Rd. > 786.655.0121

Jaguar Ceviche Spoon Bar

2067 Grand Ave. > 305.444.0216


3190 Commodore Plaza > 305.442.3377

Lulu In The Grove

3105 Commodore Plaza >305.447.5858

Monty’s Raw Bar and Restaurant

2550 S Bayshore Dr. > 305.865.3992

Peacock Garden Bistro

2889 McFarlane Rd. > 305.774.3332

Sapore Di Mare

3111 Grand Ave. >305.476.8292

The Grove Spot

3324 Virginia St. >305.774.6696

The Last Carrot

3133 Grand Ave. >305.445.0805


Kroma Gallery

3670 Grand Ave. >305.446.5150

Vizcaya Museum and Gardens

3251 S. Miami Ave. >305.250.9133



3015 Grand Ave. >305.444.0777

Maya Hatcha

3058 Grand Ave. >305.443.9040


Charlotte Jane Memorial Park Cemetery

3575 S. Douglas Rd.

Colored Library (Odd Fellows Hall)

3288 Charles Ave.

E.W.F. Stirrup House

3242 Charles Ave.

Kennedy Park

2400 S. Bayshore Dr. > 305.575.5256

Mariah Brown House

3298 Charles Ave

Nassau Daddy Peacock

At the corner of Grand and 37th Avenue

Peacock Park

2820 McFarlane Rd. >305.575.5256

The Barnacle Historic State Park

3485 Main Hwy. >305.442.6866

The Kampong

 4013 S Douglas Rd. >305.442.7169

Village House

3628 Grand Ave

Winston Elliott Scott House

3325 Frow Ave


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