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Boy Scouting: Miami

Photographer Graciela Cattarossi strolled up to some of Miami's biggest attractions and asked them about their favorite sites in town.

Marc, 32, personal trainer
Spotted at: Third Street beach Top tip: "One of the most beautiful public pools on earth is in Flamingo Park. It's loaded with casual Miami Beach locals as well as pro athletes."

Sid, 44, pool consultant
Spotted at: GreenStreet Café Top tip: "From sidewalk performers to a bum sitting by a fountain, you see it all on Lincoln Road. There's no need to go there, you just want to."

Eric, 45, marketing executive
Spotted at: Van Dyke Cafe Top tip: "Joe's Stone Crab Restaurant, for the mix of old and new Miami—you'll find everyone there, from a former mayor to a 22-year-old celeb."

Jeffrey, 32, sales manager
Spotted at: Books & Books Top tip: "The club Segafredo Brickell is one of the coolest in the city. It has the best drinks—and awesome antique couches for lounging on outside."

Scott, 41, hospitality executive
Spotted at: Brosia restaurant Top tip: "Miami Design District is what New York City's SoHo neighborhood was like 15 years ago: up-and-coming and filled with interesting boutiques."

See & Be Seen

Flamingo Park 11th St. at Jefferson Ave., 305/673-7730

Lincoln Road Mall between Alton Rd. and Washington Ave.

Joe's Stone Crab Restaurant 11 Washington Ave., 305/673-0365, joesstonecrab.com, entrées from $17

Segafredo Brickell 1421 S. Miami Ave., 305/577-9809, segafredobrickell.com, cocktails from $8

Miami Design District between NE 36th and NE 41st Sts., and NE Second and N. Miami Aves., miamidesigndistrict.net

Brosia restaurant 163 NE 39th St., 305/572-1400, brosiamiami.com, entrées from $14

 
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