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Visiting the Sunshine State: What to do While Attending SBS


Discover fun activities to explore while attending South Beach Symposium 2023.

The 4-day South Beach Symposium (SBS) meeting offers numerous opportunities for learning and networking through informative sessions and workshops. Additionally, the conference is in the sunshine state of Florida, close to the heart of South Beach in Miami. After sessions have ended for the day and workshops are wrapping up, what activities are available in the evening? Below, we’ve compiled a list of unique experiences to explore while attending SBS.

1. The Bass

“The Bass is Miami Beach’s contemporary art museum. Focusing on exhibitions of international contemporary art, The Bass presents mid-career and established artists reflecting the spirit and international character of Miami Beach. The Bass seeks to expand the interpretation of contemporary art by incorporating disciplines of contemporary culture, such as design, fashion and architecture, into the exhibition program. The exhibition program encompasses a wide range of media and artistic points of view that bring new thought to the diverse cultural context of Miami Beach.”

2. Miami Beach Botanical Garden

“In 1962 the City of Miami Beach created the “Garden Center” on a vacant site opposite the Miami Beach Convention Center that was built in 1957. Operated then as a City park, the Garden was situated on the historic Collins Canal, an integral part of the beginnings of Miami Beach. In the early 1900s pioneer John Collins dug the canal to transport mangos and avocados (called alligator pears) by boat to the Port of Miami from groves along what is now Pinetree Drive.”

3. Byblos Miami

“Byblos represents a marriage of Eastern Mediterranean cuisine with strong influences from both traditional and local ingredients. Using time-honoured classic techniques and modern methods, our dishes showcase the regionally specific spices and flavours of the Eastern Mediterranean seaboard. The menu is a true coastal and cultural mosaic, served family style in a convivial atmosphere.”

4. Nikki Beach

“International clientele and locals flock to Nikki Beach to bask in the sunshine and fresh air while enjoying an exceptional lunch with creative cocktails or a glass of rosé. Dine under the palms or relax on a daybed all set to happy tunes by our resident DJs. Our globally inspired menu features fresh salads, innovative sushi rolls, locally caught seafood entrees and slow-roasted free range rotisserie chicken.”

5. CVI.CHE 105

“We are a twelve-year award-winning Peruvian restaurant with locations in Downtown Miami, South Beach-Lincoln Road, Aventura Mall and Dadeland Mall. Known for our vast selection of creative and fresh ceviches, among several other traditional dishes, CVI.CHE 105 proudly represents Peruvian gastronomy in one of the most important destinations in the United States, conquering the most demanding palates locally and nationwide.”

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