There are approximately 200 existing retail, duty free and food and beverage locations at MIA. 

The Airport is divided into three terminals: 

  • North Terminal
  • Central Terminal
  • South Terminal


Interior view of MIA's North Terminal Concourse D
Interior view of MIA's North Terminal Concourse D - Photo by Steven Brooke


The North Terminal has approximately 57% of the passenger traffic. 

The North Terminal has 147,302 square feet of existing concessions space. There are 8 duty free stores, 15 news & gift stores, 38 specialty retail store and 47 food and beverage locations.

There are no lack of delicious food and beverage options in the North Terminal. For visitors looking to experience some authentic Miami cuisine or for residents wanting a taste of home, Café Versailles, Estefan’s Kitchen Express, or Half Moon Empanadas are just a few places to try some great Latin dishes. However, no matter whether passengers are in the mood for sushi, pizza, bagels, or simply a cold drink, the North Terminal has something for everyone.

If you’ve forgotten to pack an essential or are looking for a gift or memento, the North Terminal is currently home to the following Specialty Retail stores: Booklink Café, Books & Books, Inmotion, Sound Balance, Coco Bay, Miami To Go, Sunglass Hut, Starfire Design, Taxco Sterling, Tech on the Go, Michael Kors, Sweet Indulgences, Johnston & Murphy, Miami Gifts to Go, Shops of Ocean Drive, Brito, Air Essentials, Victoria’s Secret, XpresSpa, Miami Heat, Cuban Crafters, Penguin, Ralph Lauren, , Calvin Klein, World of Whiskey MontBlanc, and the Lego Store.


Interiror view of MIA's Central Terminal
Interior view of MIA's Central Terminal - Photo by Miami-Dade Aviation Dpt.


The Central Terminal is located between the North and South Terminals and is commonly referred to as Terminals/Concourses E, F, and G . The majority of the concession space is located within the pre-security portion of the Terminal. Existing concessions include 4 duty-free stores, 7 news and gift stores, 15 specialty retail stores, and 32 food and beverage locations totaling 72,094 square feet.

Food offerings include Subway, Burger King, Starbucks, Sam Adams, Pizza Hut, Great American Bagel, Café Versailles, Chili’s Too, Guava Java, Villa Pizza, Au Bon Pan, Dunkin Donuts, and Chef Creole.

Specialty retail includes Havana Nines, Leather & Company, Sand & Surf, InMotion, Travel Bags & Co., Time 4 Shades, , Mercado Miami, and La Boutique.


View of MIA's South Terminal from ramp area
View of South Terminal Concourse J from ramp area - Photo by Steven Brooke


The South Terminal accommodates approximately 21% of all MIA passenger traffic.

The South Terminal and its related concourses (H and J) have 35 retail, 4 duty-free, 10 news & gift, and 20 food and beverage locations totaling 10,500 square feet. Some of the food and beverage offerings you can find in this terminal are Heineken Bar, Starbucks, Subway, Nathans, Quiznos, Bud Brewhouse, Earl of Sandwich, and Corona Beach House.

This terminal has approximately 42,000 square feet of concession locations.

The food court offers a variety of dining options from casual dining at the La Pausa restaurant, to on-the-go choices such as McDonalds, Starbucks, and Island Chicken Grill. Whether you’re grabbing a delicious cocktail at Bongo’s Bar or craving a quick pastry from Gilbert’s Food Bar, the South Terminal is sure to accommodate all passenger needs.

Specialty retail stores include, Havana To Go, Miami Gifts To Go, Sunglass Icon, Sunglass Hut, Brookstone, Victoria’s Secret, Coach, Taxco Sterling, Fire CZ, Tous, Tumi, InMotion, Sound Balance, MAC, Desigual, Coach, , Michael Kors, Hammer Made, Sand & Surf, and Victoria’s Secret as well as an assortment of news and gift stores.