Fodor's Expert Review Miccosukee Restaurant

$$ Tamiami Trail American

For breakfast or lunch (or dinner until 9 pm, November–April), this roadside cafeteria a quarter mile from the Miccosukee Indian Village provides the best menu variety along Tamiami Trail in Everglades territory. Atmosphere comes from the view overlooking the River of Grass, friendly servers wearing traditional Miccosukee patchwork vests, and a mural depicting American Indian women cooking while men powwow. Catfish and frogs' legs are breaded and deep-fried. Besides pumpkin and Indian fry bread, you'll also find burgers, salads, and south-of-the-border dishes. The Miccosukee Platter (the most expensive thing on the menu) includes gator bites.

American Casual Breakfast Lunch Dinner Southwestern $$ Family

Quick Facts

U.S. 41
Miami, Florida  33144, USA

305-894–2374

Known For:
  • Catfish and frogs\' legs
  • Indian fry bread
  • Basic diner staples
Restaurant Details:
Rate Includes: No dinner May–Oct.

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