Restaurants in Miami
Just 13 tables fill this pocket-size Dutch-Indonesian restaurant, where a cozy gray banquette runs the length of the space and walls are hung with black-and-white photographs of Indonesia.
Velvet-rope restaurant with a carnival theme
Soft yellow lighting and warm wood accents are the more subtle design aspects at Sardinia Enoteca; more dramatic are the fully stocked wine racks that reach all the way up to the ceiling. Here, wine isn’t just a big deal, it's "an obsession," according to owners Pietro and Tony.
Experience a little "Jamaica Mon" right in Downtown Miami, where Mama, a.k.a Carol Patricia Whyte, will welcome you with the best the islands have to offer. Open for almost a decade, Caribbean Delite serves up the finest
A steakhouse located inside the Browns Hotel, Prime One Twelve specializes in large portions of steaks and chops. The dining room has exposed brick columns and dark-wood tables and floors.
The city's colorful design district is home to this chic Italian eatery with Euro-weird décor. Hipsters dine alongside well-heeled tourists and power brokers in an expansive and light-drenched dining area, featuring earthy colors and floor-to-ceiling windows.
The menu changes to reflect the day's catch, from cobia to scallops.
Located at the main entrance of the Bal Harbour Shops, La Goulue evokes the atmosphere of a 1900’s Parisian bistro thanks to both an inviting dining room accented with oak and brass and the traditional French fare.
The first family-owned David's Cafe's opened in the 1970's, serving Cuban cuisine, and was so popular that they opened a second location in 1993. David's Cafe II is open 24 hours and does the bulk of its business from the street-side, take-out window.