Three quarters of a century after the art deco movement, Miami remains one of the world's trendiest and flashiest hot spots. Luckily for visitors, South Beach is no longer the only place to stand and pose in Miami. North of downtown Miami's megamakeover, the growing Wynwood and Design districts—along with nearby Midtown—are home to Miami's hipster and fashionista scenes, and the
South beach "scene" continues to extend both north and west, with the addition of new venues north of 20th Street, south of 5th Street and along the bay on West Avenue. The reopening of the mammoth Fontainebleau and its enclave of nightclubs and restaurants along Mid-Beach paved the way for a mid-beach renaissance, luring in other globally renowned resorts, lounges, and restaurants into the neighborhood, such as the Soho Beach House and Nobu restaurant.