Housed in a historic home in the unique Buena Vista neighborhood just a few blocks north of the Design District is The District Miami, one of the most buzzed about new restaurants in South Florida.

Just in time for Art Basel - the Design District will be the first U.S. stop for Spain’s new international traveling exhibition as Tapas - Spanish Design for Food takes over The Moore Building now through Sunday, December 15.

You've heard of a pub crawl, but have you ever heard of a "grub" crawl? Instead of moving from bar to bar, participants move from restaurant to restaurant, and that's what guests will be doing when Bon Appétit Magazine brings its Grub Crawl, the acclaimed on-the-move food and spirits tour, to the Miami Design District on Saturday, November 2.

From graduation festivities to holiday dinner parties, there’s always a reason to get your friends, family or colleagues together. Throughout the Design District, some of the most renowned restaurants house beautiful private dining rooms perfect for any dining occasion – and make for an extra memorable meal.

One of the Design District’s most popular lunch spots is Michelle Bernstein’s Crumb on Parchment. The restaurant offers the weekday lunch crowd an assortment of delicious and affordable soups, salads, sandwiches and some of the best homemade desserts in town.