The interior of a shop

Bal Harbour Shops

Eating in Bal Harbour Shops

Bal Harbour Shops is an exquisite collection of  designer boutiques, department stores and restaurants in a lush tropical garden setting. An internationally renowned shopping destination, it’s a favorite playground for socialites, fashionistas, and celebrities. Retailers and restaurants include Salvatore Ferragamo, Alexander McQueen, Balenciaga, Brioni, Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, Fendi, Goyard, Harry Winston, Prada, Richard Mille, Van Cleef & Arpels, Versace, Makoto, Le Zoo, Carpaccio and Hillstone. The anchors are Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue.

Shops on multiple floors

Shops Hours

Monday – Saturday: 11AM – 10PM
Sunday: 12PM – 6PM

Location

9700 Collins Avenue
Bal Harbour, Florida 33154
+1.305-866-0311

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Restaurants

Carpaccio

The Italian restaurant has consistently been a favorite destination, and continues to be the restaurant of choice for the celebrities and socialites, sports stars and artists who return for the renowned fare. Learn More
A brightly lit restaurant exterior

Le Zoo

Stephen Starr brings his signature mix of innovative hospitality and elevated design to South Florida with Le Zoo at Bal Harbour Shops. Learn More
Restaurant interior

Makoto

Makoto, named for Iron Chef Makoto Okuwa, offers a gracious menu that presents innovative takes on Asian classics at this celebrated Japanese restaurant in Miami. Learn More
A busy kitchen and counter

Hillstone at Bal Harbour

Hillstone at Bal Harbour occupies a newly created space at the Bal Harbour Shops, which prominently floats out over the main valet facing Collins Avenue. Learn More
A gelato counter

Bianco Gelato

With a tradition of making gelato the Italian old-fashioned way, Bianco Gelato uses only organic certified ingredients that enhance the real taste you will love. Learn More
cafe en 3 Neiman Marcus

Café on 3 at Neiman Marcus

Located on the third floor in the sunlit atrium, Café on 3 at Neiman Marcus Bal Harbour features a new all-day concept with a food menu created by Café en 3 Restaurant Manager, Rafael Chazan. Learn More
Tables and a tree in a dining room

Aba

Aba, meaning father in Hebrew, is a Mediterranean restaurant with locations in Chicago and Austin. The menu incorporates Chef CJ Jacobson’s lighter style of cooking with influences from the Mediterranean, including Israel, Lebanon, Turkey and Greece. Learn More