Restaurants in Miami
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.
Nightclub ambiance meets sumptuous Moroccan décor in this dimly lit South Beach restaurant that's the place to be on Monday nights.
Despite the dingy exterior and the interior’s dated and tacky ship-related décor, Captain’s Tavern serves some of the freshest seafood in South Miami.
In business since 1935 and housed in a 1938 Art Deco building, the S&S is an old-fashioned diner located just north of downtown. As they have since the 30’s, locals flock here for affordable American breakfast fare, served all day, as well as lunchtime sandwiches and salads.
This enoteca on Lincoln Road employs a Morello Forni rotary stone hearth gas oven.
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.