This alternative performance space brings life to downtown Miami.. In Short Opened as a gallery in the late '90s by David Haskin, the Wallflower's labyrinth of rooms presently houses both performance and exhibition space. Local artists showcase their wares--photography, sculpture, paintings, mosaics and more--in one of four rooms that are well lit and carefully composed. Couches and cozy tables create comfortable clutter in the performance space, where the fourth in a line of rooms houses the stage. The sound system has vastly improved from the early days, making it one of the best places for live music in this venue-scarce city.