Restaurants in Miami

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Miami is in the midst of a culinary revolution—one that’s being led by top chefs and food truck owners in equal parts. From classic Cuban sandwiches ... Read More

Miami is in the midst of a culinary revolution—one that’s being led by top chefs and food truck owners in equal parts. From classic Cuban sandwiches to deconstructed lasagna, this is one melting pot you’ll want to dig into.

The city’s food scene has gained worldwide acclaim for offering unique New World cuisine, also known as “Nuevo Latino” or “Floribbean,” a play on the combination of Caribbean and American culinary styles. But as an international destination, the best restaurants in Miami offer plenty of award-winning international and fusion spots that will satisfy cravings for Chinese, Japanese, French, Middle Eastern, and even Italian cuisine.

Lately, noted chefs have been setting up shop in neighborhoods all over the city. Among the newcomers not to miss is Stephen Starr’s The Continental, located inside the Aloft South Beach.

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  • Alter

    Executive chef Brad Kilgore, who previously helmed of Jean-Georges Vongerichten's J&G Grill in Bal Harbour, is doing amazing things with local... Read More

  • Beachcraft

    It was only a matter of time before celebrity chef Tom Colicchio made his way down to Miami. His signature restaurant at 1 Hotel & Homes South Beach... Read More

  • Blackbrick Chinese

    Chef Richard Hales (the man behind Sakaya Kitchen and the Dim Ssam A Gogo food truck) used his personal travels through China as the basis for the menu... Read More

  • Byblos

    A sister restaurant to the Toronto hotspot, this Royal Palm South Beach Byblos takes its inspiration from the Eastern Mediterranean. Starters include... Read More

  • Cleo

    Like its Los Angeles counterpart, this jewel of a restaurant takes its inspiration from Cleopatra, both in cuisine as well as decor. Come ready to share... Read More

  • Driftwood Room

    At the back of Nautilus Hotel, celebrity chef Alex Guarnaschelli’s restaurant is an ode to barefoot luxury with a touch of tropical midcentury glam.... Read More

  • Finka Table & Tap

    What looks like an unassuming gastropub is actually a culinary journey that takes diners from Cuba to Peru to Korea with a menu of beer-friendly eats... Read More

  • Joe's Stone Crab

    When Joe's reopens its doors each October for stone crab season, it's a near-holy event. For six months, celebrities and chefs flock to the southern tip... Read More

  • Matador Room

    There's much to admire at Ian Schrager's newest property, The Miami Beach EDITION, and that includes Matador Room, the 1950s glam-inspired eatery from... Read More

  • Pao by Paul Qui

    Paul Qui’s first restaurant outside of Austin, Pao is one of two buzzy new eateries at the Faena Hotel. The James Beard Award-winning chef has... Read More

  • Quality Meats

    Like its Manhattan sibling, Quality Meats pays homage to classic New York butcher shops. Even the restaurant's interior, designed by the award-winning... Read More

  • Red Ginger

    Located in South Beach's SoFi neighborhood, Red Ginger makes use of local ingredients to craft an Southeast Asian-influenced menu, with a large menu of... Read More

  • Seagrape

    The vibe at James Beard Award-winning chef (and Miami native) Michelle Bernstein's Seagrape, with its low-slung dining room and bohemian vibe, is more... Read More

  • The Continental

    Restaurateur Stephen Starr has a magic touch when it comes to knowing when, where, and how to open new eateries. In the case of Miami Beach, he opted to... Read More

  • Uvaggio Wine Bar

    Oenophiles flock to Uvaggio for the wine, but stay for the food. Chef Tanner Gil logged time on the Austin food scene before making his way to Miami,... Read More

  • Wynwood Diner

    Dubbing itself "Diner 2.0," the Wynwood Diner is a sophisticated take on the classic American roadside establishment, thanks to luxurious leather... Read More

  • Yardbird

    An ode to all things Southern, Yardbird has been packing in patrons since the moment it first opened its doors in 2011. Oversized plates are meant to be... Read More

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