Restaurants in Miami
Dine on authentic Turkish and Greek mezes, spanakopita (spinach and feta) wraps, and grilled octopus in the restaurant's white-and-blue patio garden.
There's real substance to Claude Troisgrois's French-goes-tropical fare. To get in step with the fashion crowd, start off with the Crabavocat, a guacamole and blue-crab salad with a spicy tomato coulis and crispy shrimp.
A haven for clubgoers seeking an affordable, fast dining option to satisfy their late night cravings, T-Mex has earned a following with its reliable Mexican fare.
Outdoor tables and plush wicker recliners contrast with tropical palm trees, hinting at the Mahogany Grille’s blending of Southern gentility and Caribbean panache. Located in the West Lake area of North Miami Beach, Mahogany Grille serves Southern, Low Country, and Carribean food.
This unassuming, family-owned restaurant is easily recognizable by its green awning, Mexican murals, and large red, white, and green sign on the outside of the building. Rosita’s is no-frills, but it serves what is, arguably, the most authentic and flavorful Mexican food in the area.
Rainer Becker's Japanese-inspired Zuma has sister operations in Hong Kong and Dubai.