Miami Restaurants

Miami's restaurant scene has exploded in the past few years, with new restaurants springing up left and right every month. The melting pot of residents and visitors has brought an array of sophisticated, tasty cuisine. Little Havana is still king for Cuban fare, and Miami Beach is swept up in a trend of fusion cuisine, which combines Asian, French, American, and Latin cooking with sumptuous—and pricey—results. Locals spend the most time in downtown Miami, Wynwood, Midtown, and the Design District, where the city's ongoing foodie and cocktail revolution is most pronounced. Since Miami dining is a part of the trendy nightlife scene, most dinners don't start until 8 or 9 pm, and may go well into the night. To avoid a long wait among the late-night partiers at hot spots, come before 7 pm or make reservations. Attire is usually casual-chic, but patrons like to dress to impress. Don't be surprised to see large tables of women in skimpy dresses—this is common in Miami. Prices tend to stay high in hot spots like Lincoln Road, but if you venture off the beaten path you can find delicious food for reasonable prices. When you get your bill, check whether a gratuity is already included; most restaurants add between 15% and 20% (ostensibly for the convenience of, and protection from, the many Latin American and European tourists who are used to this practice in their homelands), but supplement it depending on your opinion of the service.

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  • 1. Clive's Cafe

    $ | Little Haiti | Jamaican

    Some of the best bites come from the smallest spots, and that's especially true at Clive's Cafe. This local gem serves hearty plates of some...Read More

  • 2. Versailles

    $$ | Little Havana | Cuban

    Miami visitors looking for that "Cuban food on Calle Ocho" experience, look no further: the storied eatery, where old émigrés opine daily about...Read More

  • 3. Via Emilia 9

    $ | South Beach | Italian

    If you're longing for a true taste of Italy's Emilia Romagna region and a respite from the overpriced SoBe dining scene, head to this adorable...Read More

  • 4. El Exquisito Restaurant

    $ | Little Havana | Latin American

    For a true locals' spot and some substantial Cuban eats in the heart of Little Havana, pop into this local institution that's been popular since...Read More

  • 5. El Palacio de los Jugos

    $ | Coral Gables | Cuban

    To the northwest of Coral Gables proper, this small but boisterous indoor-outdoor market is one of the easiest and truest ways to see Miami...Read More

  • 6. GreenStreet Cafe

    $ | Coconut Grove | Mediterranean

    A tried-and-true locals' hangout since it was founded in the early 1990s—with regulars including athletes, politicians, entrepreneurs, artists...Read More

  • 7. Havana Harry's

    $$ | Coral Gables | Cuban

    When Cuban families want an affordable home-cooked meal with a twist but don't want to cook it themselves, they come to this big, unassuming...Read More

  • 8. Jaguar Ceviche Spoon Bar & Latam Grill

    $$$ | Coconut Grove | Peruvian

    A fabulous fusion of Peruvian and Mexican flavors, Jaguar is a gastronomic tour of Latin America in a single restaurant. As the name implies...Read More

  • 9. Joey's

    $$ | Wynwood | Italian

    This small, modern Italian café offers a full line of flatbread pizzas, including the legendary dolce e piccante with figs, Gorgonzola, honey...Read More

  • 10. Josh's Deli

    $ | Surfside | Sandwiches

    An unconventional Jewish deli that's not exactly kosher, Josh's serves impressive creations like the "Jewbanize," a deli-style take on a Cuban...Read More

  • 11. Taquiza

    $ | North Beach | Mexican

    Who doesn't love beachside tacos? These street-style ones are especially adored thanks to fresh, hand-ground blue masa tortillas and fillings...Read More

  • 12. Verde

    $$ | Downtown | Eclectic

    The slick, contemporary waterfront restaurant at Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) offers seating both indoors and out, with chic decor and accessories...Read More

  • 13. Tap Tap Haitian Restaurant

    $$ | South Beach | Caribbean

    An extensive collection of Haitian folk art is displayed throughout this house-turned-restaurant—so much so that every wall, table, and chair...Read More

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