TabsTab OneDining Zoo Miami offers our guests a wide selection of dining, including vegetarian, and retail options throughout the zoo. Carousel Cafe After feeding sheep, riding camels and our wildlife carousel, climbing our playground structures, and visiting our funny meerkats, take a breather and enjoy a meal at Carousel Café. Oasis Grill At the center of all the fun, satisfy your hunger at Oasis Grill before you continue the rest of your day. Relax in the shade as the kids play in the new Playworld Playground and get wet in our wet and wild animal themed splash pad. Fiesta Café Take in the beautiful view of Lake Iguana as you accompany your meal with some fresh fruit at our new Amazon and Beyond exhibit. Portable Food and Beverage Carts On weekends and holidays, we have food and beverage vendor carts throughout the zoo in order to expedite your eating experience. Vending Machines Ice cream, water, and soda machines are strategically placed throughout the zoo in case you get that sudden urge to drink or eat something nice and cold. If you have any questions about our concession stands please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 786-999-3577. If you would like information on catering, please feel free to contact our Catering Department at email@example.com or call 305-251-0400 x5084870. Tab TwoShopping Gift Shop Come and visit Zoo Miami's gift shop and see what new and wild things you find! The shop carries an attractive selection of interesting and educational items with a wildlife theme. With an array of toys, plush animals, apparel, jewelry, and other gifts, the gift shop offers something for everyone. We gladly accept phone orders. Please call us at 305-251-6410 or e-mail our gift shop manager at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to place your order. Zoo Miami's Gift Shop Has Gone Plastic Bag Free, and So Can You! We have gone completely bag free for wildlife conservation. Guests shopping in our gift shop may purchase reusable bags or use a tote they’ve brought from home. Not-So-Fun Facts About Plastic Pollution: The average American will throw away approximately 185 pounds of plastic in a year. Plastic bags are petroleum-based and do not biodegrade. More than 100,000 marine animals die each year from eating plastic pollution in our oceans. Sea turtles and other ocean creatures mistake plastics and other garbage as food (such as jellyfish) and ingest it. This causes blockages within their digestive system. Click here to learn how you can help save our oceans.