Welcome to Cutler Bay
Cutler Bay is an incorporated town in Miami-Dade County on the scenic shores of Biscayne Bay. Incorporated in 2005, the boundaries of Cutler Bay include the Bayshore community of Lakes by the Bay and the northeast section of sprawling Biscayne National Park. Cutler Bay is bordered to the north by Palmetto Bay, and Downtown Miami is around a 35 minutes’ drive away.
Cutler Bay’s real estate mix includes single-family homes in a range of styles. Most homes were built in the 21st century, and Mediterranean-inspired designs are particularly common.
What to Love
- Biscayne Bay recreation
- Attractive single-family homes
- Waterfront dining
- Parks and green space
People & Lifestyle
Cutler Bay offers a relaxed suburban atmosphere and Biscayne Bay recreation within the Miami Metropolitan Area. This laid-back incorporated town is close to lots of unique attractions and premier shopping and dining.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
Cutler Bay offers a diverse dining scene with many hidden gem local restaurants. Overlooking Black Point Marina, Black Point Ocean Grill
offers exquisite seasonal dishes prepared with freshly-caught seafood. The restaurant also serves excellent handcrafted cocktails and hosts regular live music performances. Ackees Jamaican Cuisine
is one of several Jamaican restaurants along South Dixie Highway on Cutler Bay’s western edge. Specialties include BBQ fried chicken, jerk chicken wings, and oxtails. Other South Dixie Highway spots serving flavorful Jamaican eats include The Jamaican Pot
and Jamaican Bakery
. Rico’s Steak & Grill
fuses American and Venezuelan cuisine with a menu that includes American classics such as burgers and fries alongside Venezuelan specialties such as cachapa and pabellon. Redland Market Village
is a sprawling 27-acre flea market that opens each weekend with live music and food trucks. Southland Mall
is a large shopping center featuring more than 150 businesses anchored by JCPenney and Macy’s department stores. Other retailers include Aeropostale, Bath & Body Works, Designer Shoe Warehouse, Old Navy, Pandora, Ross Dress for Less, TJ Maxx, and Victoria’s Secret. Dining choices at Southland Mall include Italian fare at Filipe Pizza Pasta
and inventive Asian cuisine at Moon Thai
Things to Do
Biscayne National Park
extends over a huge area of Biscayne Bay with inland mangrove forests, coral reefs, and islands accessible by boat. Boating, canoeing, kayaking, and paddleboarding are all great ways to explore Biscayne National Park’s diverse habitat. Other popular activities in the national park include diving and fishing. Many smaller parks are dotted around Cutler Bay. 1.3-acre Whispering Pines Park
is the main gathering point during Cutler Bay’s Fourth of July parade. Whispering Pines Park is next to the 11-acre Ned Glenn Nature Preserve. 10-acre Cutler Ridge Park
features lighted and unlighted athletic fields, a covered playground, and a 25-meter swimming pool. Spanning 45 acres, Lakes By the Bay Park
is Cutler Bay’s largest public green space. Amenities here include an exercise path with fitness stations, three lighted baseball and softball fields, four batting cages, and two lighted fields for football, lacrosse, and soccer. A short drive west of Cutler Bay, Burr’s Berry Farm
opens to the public from December until May for fresh strawberries and delicious strawberry products, such as shakes, jams, and jellies. Just southwest of Cutler Bay on South Dixie Highway, Cauley Square Historic Railroad Village
transports visitors back to Old South Florida with historic buildings, antique shops, art galleries, restaurants, and a saloon.
Cutler Bay is served by the Miami-Dade School District.
- Dr. Edward L. Whigham Elementary School, Public, PK-5
- Gulfstream Elementary School, Public, PK-5
- Master Academy Bay Elementary, Public, Charter, K-5
- Master Academy Bay Middle School, Public, Charter, 6-8
- Cutler Bay Senior High School, Public, Magnet, 9-12