Where to Ride on Labor Day Weekend in Miami
To celebrate Labor Day weekend in Miami, we’ve put together a list of places to go and things to do.
The best part? You can request a ride to each spot listed.
Rather than chasing down a parking spot, paying valet or questioning whether or not you should have another drink, your ride is always a tap of a button away.
Lunch or Dinner (by a World-Renowned Chef).
September marks the last month of Miami Spice, which means you can enjoy a three-course meal at some of Miami’s top restaurants. Participating spots offer lunch for $23 and dinner for $39.
Whether you’re heading to lunch with friends or dinner with your significant other, once you’ve decided on the spot, we’ll take you there.
Love farm-to-table goods? You’re in luck – farmers market season has hit Miami! On Labor Day weekend (and throughout the month of September), you’ll find fresh produce from local farmers at the following spots:
- Coconut Grove (3300 Grand Ave): Saturday, 10am – 7pm
- Wynwood (Norwest 26th St): Saturday, 11am – 6pm
- Brickell City Center (below the Metromover track): Sunday, 9am – 2pm
- Miami Beach Lincoln Road: Sunday, 9am – 5pm
- Downtown Adrienne Arsht Center, Thompson Plaza for The Arts: Monday, 4 – 8pm
Rather than trying to track down a place to park and paying a parking fee, you can request a ride to and from the farmer’s market!
Free Live Music
Whether you prefer Latin, pop, rock or funk music, you’ll can enjoy live music throughout Miami. Request a ride to the following locations to enjoy free live music:
- Bayside Marketplace: Saturdays & Sundays, 11am – 11pm or Monday 2 – 11pm
- Dolphin Mall (Ramblas Plaza Stage): Friday & Saturday: 8pm – midnight and Sunday: 4 – 8pm
So what are you waiting for? Labor Day weekend is here and your ride is waiting.
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