MIA

North Terminal (Concourse D)

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Restaurants

Cocktails, sushi and seafood, plus Cuban and Caribbean flavors are all available on the west side of the terminal. On the east side, you can enjoy empanadas or relax in the wine bar, where there is a little more choice. We recommend the Corona Beach House between Gates D23 & D24 - serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, it's the perfect place for burgers, nachos, and of course, a cold Corona Extra. Please visit the Lounges page for more details on Priority Pass benefits at this venue.
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Shopping

Shop for Cuban cigar gifts, humidors and accessories at Cuban Crafters, and dolls at the Maru and Friends doll store. Sport fans will enjoy the Miami Marlins and Miami HEAT stores. There's also plenty of duty-free shopping and big name brands like Calvin Klein, Michael Kors and Polo Ralph Lauren.
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Facilities

  • ATMs
  • Currency exchange
  • Baby care facilities
  • Pet relief area
  • Smoking area
  • Tourist information point
  • Volunteer ambassadors
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Accessibility

  • Accessible restrooms
  • Designated doors
  • Disabled parking
  • Moving walkways
  • Visual paging for the deaf or hard of hearing
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Restaurants

You can get a deli snack and a coffee in Arrivals.
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Shopping

There's a convenience store in Baggage Claim, and a newsstand in Arrivals.
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Facilities

  • ATMs
  • Chapel
  • Pet relief area
  • Smoking area
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Accessibility

  • Accessible restrooms
  • Designated doors
  • Disabled parking
  • Moving walkways
  • Visual paging for the deaf or hard of hearing

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