This two-block hangout for restaurants, bars and quasi-upscale shopping is perfect for recent college grads. At 5pm pretty much every day, you can find a group of young business professionals sharing a Tsingtao at Mizner Asian Fusion restaurant Ka-Pow, speaking about how their alumni’s football team while bemoaning how much they miss college and how they should consider a move to Miami.
Boca Town Center Mall
This is not your average Florida mall. It has a Cheesecake Factory, and Apple Store and a Container Store. If those three things don't scream "Millennial," I'm not sure what does.
Boca's most fmaous beach is notable for its sand, water and a homeless guy who asks “like the t-shirt?” Millennials love this beach for night walks with their significant other or friends they haven’t seen since high school who still wants to smoke pot in the sea turtle nesting pit. There are plenty of beautiful sights to see in the daytime too, but nighttime is when it really shines.
Office Depot Headquarters
If Millennials aren’t already utilizing their business degrees here as a career, chances are they sit in the parking lot in their Nissan Versa’s on Sundays. This five-story is, surprisingly, one of the sights in the region—it's often referred by the locals as "Parthenon South."
Every Millennial and 80-year-old geriatric named Fran Schwartz frequents this Jewish delicatessen. If you’re looking for a filling meal, look no further. This restaurant knows what it's doing..