Coconut Grove is one of Miami’s original neighborhoods situated along Biscayne Bay, just a few miles south of Downtown Miami and Brickell. Although Coconut Grove is located in Miami, Coconut Grove, known to the locals as “The Grove,” is unlike any other neighborhood in Miami. Coconut Grove sets itself apart with its laid-back friendly environment, lush landscaping, serene streets, breathtaking parks, boutique shops, delicious restaurants, unique artistic expression and Bohemian-style feel. Coconut Grove is truly a sparkling gem and is one of the most-sought-after-places in South Florida to call home because it is such an extraordinary village. The Grove allows you to be tucked away in privacy in your own home, but is only minutes from the vibrant streets and bright lights of South Beach, Brickell and Miami’s Arts District. Living in Coconut Grove really offers Coconut Grove residents the best of both worlds.


Coconut Grove is an extraordinarily-unique place for any boating enthusiast. Coconut Grove is well known for its variety of marinas, which affords residents the opportunity to choose a marina that best suits his/her individual needs. Coconut Grove features the Dinner Key Marina, The Grove Harbour Marina and the Coral Reef Yacht Club.

Shopping, Restaurants & Entertainment

Coconut Grove shopping, restaurants and entertainment still represent the humbleness of Coconut Grove but completely embrace sheer sophistication, simultaneously. Coconut Grove offers a unique combination of brand-name stores and specialty boutiques in and around the Mayfair shopping mall and the famous Cocowalk, which is in the heart of Coconut Grove. Coconut Grove offers an eclectic variety of restaurants from Harry’s Pizzeria, Glass & Vine and Bombay Darbar to local staples such as Green Street Café and Lulu’s. Coconut Grove also offers various entertainment such as the Cinepolis luxury movie theater in Cocowalk, live weekend music in Cocowalk, the Grove Green Market on Saturdays, Coconut Grove Kickball League and a wide variety of annual events such as the Coconut Grove Arts Festival, the King Mango Strut Parade, the Goombay Festival, Coconut Grove Seafood Festival, Grove Bed Race and much more. Coconut Grove is also celebrated for its charming, relaxed attractions including all of the beautiful parks such as Kennedy Park, Peacock Park, Barnacle Historic State Park, Merrie Christmas Park, Blanche Park, Vizcaya Museum and Gardens and The Kampong National Tropical Botanical Gardens, each offering their own uniqueness and charm.

Coconut Grove Schools

Coconut Grove offers the best private schools in Miami which include Ransom Everglades, Carrolton School of the Sacred Heart, Immaculate-La Salle High School and Saint Hugh. Coconut Grove also offers many of Miami’s great public schools including Coconut Grove Elementary, George Carver Elementary and George Washington Carver Middle.