With Maison et Objet Americas starting this May, with a little help from Miami Eater, we bring you the 10 best miami restaurants right now.
Miami Design Agenda gives you a list of the best places to eat in Miami.With no more delay, have a look to the 10 Best Miami Restaurants right now.
Owned by Top Chef alumn Bret Pelaggi, Craig DeWald and wine-obsessive Heath Porter, Coral Gables’ new European-style wine bar and restaurant has gathered a quick following for its rare bottles and laid-back attitude. The menu, created by “tasting backwards,” hasn’t gone unnoticed either.
Chef Carla Pellegrino’s rooftop eatery is still abuzz. It serves up a lighter version of the chef’s classic Italian dishes (and, randomly, some sushi as well), on top of a club, way into the late hours.
A charming tea shop in Coral Gables, Ticety Iced Tea Bar serves their brews both hot and cold in large glass pitchers. And to accompany those teas, small gourmet French dishes.
The newest restaurant from mega chef Jean-Georges fuses the different flavors of Latin cuisine — think Spanish, Caribbean and South America — into one distinctive menu. Housed in a large glamorous room reminiscent of 1950s Miami, the menu is packed with with fresh seafood, pizzas, tacos, tapas and what some are calling the best paella in town.
This casual walk-up taqueria right smack dab in South Beach madness of Collins Avenue is creating simple tacos with authentic ingredients like house made corn tortillas and slowly braised carnitas. Wash them all down with one of the many beers available by draft or bottle while making sure to save some room for a icy paleta for dessert.
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Chef Masaharu Morimoto is here. In South Beach. After months of anticipatory drooling over his sushi. And enough said.
The Pubbelly Boys’ latest culinary offering tackles French cuisine (with their signature playful twist, of course) in their first ever hotel restaurant at the Hilton Cabana Miami Beach.
Since opening Il Mulino’s much anticipated South Beach outpost it has been totally packed. Must tries include the beef carpaccio, ravioli with porcini mushrooms and ossobuco.
Unfortunately, Barley & Swine had to meet its end, but Jorgie Ramos quickly turned the space into something new: “a bad ass sandwich shop.” B&S fans will enjoy this more bread-filled option just as much.
The first full-service restaurant and bar from the guys that brought us the Broken Shaker, 27 Restaurant plays homage to Miami’s diversity with an eclectic menu filled with signature dishes from South America, the Caribbean and even the Middle East. Located in a historic two-story house adjacent to the Broken Shaker, it features the same laid-back spirit and inventive drinks of the Broken Shaker in a hip (and air conditioned) setting.