Where to explore Coconut Grove’s eclectic mix of boutiques

Much of the shopping in Coconut Grove revolves around its central business district, near the intersection of Grand Avenue and Main Highway. Within this busy pedestrian-friendly hub, unique boutiques offer everything from fine jewelry and antique books to avant-garde fashions, swimwear and gravity skateboards.

In addition to its retail streetscape, The Grove is home to CocoWalk, a shopping and entertainment complex. When the sun sets, CocoWalk lights up the night with a variety of restaurants and bars. Another unique collection of shops and entertainment venues waits next door, at Mayfair in the Grove, where visitors enjoy bistro and restaurant dining.

1. Aesop


Aesop, the skin and hair care shop, has only two in Miami, one of them in Coconut Grove.


2994 McFarlane Rd.

2. The Bookstore in the Grove & Organic Kitchen

The Bookstore in the Grove & Organic Kitchen

The Bookstore in the Grove & Organic Kitchen, a community-focused independently owned bookstore, has an extensive selection of art, photography and architecture books, as well as a large children’s section.


3390 Mary St.

3. Celestial Treasures

Celestial Treasures

Celestial Treasures is the go-to place for books, crystals, oils, herbs, tarot cards and incense. The store also offers classes, tarot card readings and energetic healing.


3444 Main Hwy.

4. Edite Mode

Edite Mode

Edite Mode carries contemporary fashion labels and limited quantities of the latest trends.


3015 Grand Ave.

5. First Flight Out/PAN AM By Palm Produce


First Flight Out/PAN AM By Palm Produce, in an ode to Pan Am’s glory days, offers everything for your next getaway from comfortable easy-to-pack clothing to the iconic Pan Am carry-on bag. Just blocks from the site of Pan Am’s first air terminal at Dinner Key.


3015 Grand Ave.

6. Kit and Ace

Kit and Ace

Kit and Ace has athletic wear with the styling of street-wear.


3401 Main Hwy.

7. Maya Hatcha

Maya Hatcha. Photo: Vanessa Garcia
Maya Hatcha. Photo: Vanessa Garcia

Maya Hatcha, an oldie but goodie, sells a mix of ethnic clothing in natural fabrics, Indian tapestries, essential oils and jewelry.


3058 Grand Ave.

8. Pineda Covalin

Pineda Covalin

Pineda Covalin is a very Miami boutique, with a unique collection of textiles that includes scarves, ties, shawls, ponchos and silk handbags — inspired by Mexican and Latin American art.


3460 Main Hwy.

9. TKS Coconut Grove

TKS Coconut Grove

TKS Coconut Grove is the go-to place for all things you can do on a board — surf, kite, skate and paddle. In addition to a large selection of the very popular Penny Skateboards from Australia, the store offers boards, board accessories and demos to try.


2990 McFarlane Rd.

10. Cocowalk



If you can’t resist chain stores, try Cocowalk, an outdoor mall that brings together retail, dining and entertainment options, including 15-screen luxury movie theater Cinepolis.


3015 Grand Ave.
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