This Hidden Bazaar In South Florida Will Soon Have Its Own Tropical Bar
Sip and shop.
Tucked away in the center of one of the most historical areas in South Florida, is a bazaar of wonders offering a global experience. There is only one place in South Florida where you can get uniquities that are just seen abroad. At The Bazaar Project, you will find oddities and a collection of home items curated by Yeliz Titiz.
This is the place where you can find a collection of Slim Aarons books and one-of-a-kind, handmade Greek shoes. Titiz' great taste and wanderlust spirit have inspired her to bring unique items to her bazaar. The shop was previously located in Miami Design District before making the move to its new home in Coconut Grove.
Soon this will be the home for happy hours and meetings galore with your friends. The Bazaar Project is opening a tropical-inspired bar where they will serve coffee, champagne and other drinks for the chic femme.
While your friends are sipping through the weekend, you can find yourself perusing through home goods, glassware, coffee table books or unusual clothing from around the world.
The Bazaar Project is not your typical lifestyle boutique. Rose-print upholstered chairs, palm tree-shaped lamps and monkey-sculptured candle holders form part of this unusual store collection.
The bar area will feature a tropical leaf print wallpaper, gold accents, Mediterranean-style outdoor chairs, and colorful rugs that provide a museum-like atmosphere.
The Bazaar Project is currently located in the newly opened Mr. C Hotel where its rooftop boasts unbeatable views of Biscayne Bay and Coconut Grove's paradise. Next time you stroll around Peacock Park, make a stop here and take home a candle with notes of sandalwood. Once you smell the burnt candle, you will realize paradise is right at home.
The bar is awaiting permission from Tallahassee before opening to the public.
The Bazaar Project
Address: 2990 McFarlane Rd., Miami, FL 33133
Hours: Monday to Saturday 10:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday 10:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Why you need to go: This bazaar has everything you need for your home environment with curated items.