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Bayshore Club Bar & Grill

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Welcome to Bayshore Club, located on the historic site of Dinner Key in Coconut Grove, Miami's oldest neighborhood. Originally an island, Dinner Key earned its name as a picturesque picnic spot along the coastal waters. In 1918, it became the first continental naval air station in the US during WWI. Throughout the 1930s and 40s, Dinner Key was a base for Pan American World Airways' iconic Clipper planes, now housed in Bayshore Club's restored hangars. Immerse yourself in the golden age of flight as you savor a pre-flight meal and embrace the vacation state-of-mind, enjoying breathtaking views and a delightful dining experience that captures the spirit of travel and escape.

Bayshore Club Bar & Grill

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Welcome to Bayshore Club, located on the historic site of Dinner Key in Coconut Grove, Miami's oldest neighborhood. Originally an island, Dinner Key earned its name as a picturesque picnic spot along the coastal waters. In 1918, it became the first continental naval air station in the US during WWI. Throughout the 1930s and 40s, Dinner Key was a base for Pan American World Airways' iconic Clipper planes, now housed in Bayshore Club's restored hangars. Immerse yourself in the golden age of flight as you savor a pre-flight meal and embrace the vacation state-of-mind, enjoying breathtaking views and a delightful dining experience that captures the spirit of travel and escape.