Fine Dining Restaurants to Experience in Miami
Fine Dining Restaurants to Experience in Miami – If you want to have fine and exciting dining experiences in Miami, whether you are in town for a quick vacation or just visiting the art-related spaces that exist all over the city (including Art Basel, Design Miami/ or ICFF South Florida), then you’re in the right place to know what we consider our top picks of amazing and luxurious restaurants.
This restaurant is here to present you with traditional Japanese signature dishes cooked by Chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s but also with some Miami favorites. Nobu wants to offer you a memorable opportunity to savor the restaurant’s many distinctive flavors.(Image Source: Nobu Restaurants // Address: 4525 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33140, USA)
Opened inside the newly opened SLS Brickell Hotel & Residences, Chef Andrés combines traditional Spanish flavors of seafood with cutting-edge culinary techniques in playful and sophisticated dishes in his signature tapas-style format.(Image Source: Bazaar Mar // Address: 1300 South Miami Avenue, Miami, FL 33130, USA)
Located at the Carillon Miami Wellness Resort and near a beautiful shorefront setting on Miami Beach, this dining concept delivers a seasonal, ingredient-driven menu that features an approachable assortment of American dishes that have organic ingredients from local boutique farms.(Image source: The Strand Miami // Address: 6801 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33141, USA)
Opened back in 2011, this restaurant quickly became the soul and life of the historic Cadet Hotel, that has been opened since early 1942. With a fine dining experience inspired by French cuisine and created by chefs from 2 or 3 Michelin starred restaurants in France, Pied à Terre is the perfect place for people that enjoy good wines, good food, and even some personal service.(Image Source: Miami and Beaches // Address: 1701 James Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33139, USA)
The Forge is a well-known and legendary restaurant that has been on Miami Beach since the 1920s. It was purchased and remodeled in the late 1960s by Alvin Malnik and a place where celebrities and organized crime figures could hang out. Shareef Malnik is now the owner of the restaurant that reopened in 2010 with a redesigned interior.(Image Credit to Jennifer Agress // Address: 432 Forty First Street, Miami Beach, FL 33140, USA)
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