Who would have thought Miami's most luxurious shopping destination is also home to a happening weekly farmers' market? Well, it is, and you should go. It takes place every Wednesday from 4 to 9 p.m. The formerly rundown, crime-ridden neighborhood, which is now home to designer boutiques such as Tom Ford and Dior, hosts the Market #atMDD, a collection of more than 40 booths packed with sweet and savory goods such as fresh produce, artisanal breads, nuts, jams, teas, oils, and vinegars. Participating businesses include Creperia to Go, Mauricio's Fudge, Korean Kitchen, Sanctuary Teas, Two Guys Soaps, and Sandwicherie, giving shoppers on all budgets an opportunity to spend some cash. Snag samosas and curries from Nisha's Flavors of India or floral bouquets from local vendors. In the middle of the market, a rotating roster of performers, such as the French Horn Collective and DJ Nippy, adds life to the otherwise quiet luxury shopping area. And let's be real: We've all felt out of place walking through the Design District. Thanks to the Market #atMDD, the area now welcomes all South Floridians.