On a recent Wednesday, just after noon, a smattering of tourists drifted through Bayside Marketplace, the venerable outdoor shopping and dining complex perched against the eastern rim of Biscayne Bay.
One was Cheryl Hosey of Atlanta. She was with family members, shopping for jewelry at the complex.
“My sister bought from here before and liked it,” she said. “So we’re back.”
Other visitors hailed from Pittsburgh and Tennessee. None was from outside the U.S. — a sign that life has not quite returned to normal at Bayside.
But on this afternoon, Pam Weller, vice president of asset management at the