Freshly made, Asian street fare in the middle of Miami sounds too good to be true, but it's the real deal at Sakaya. Get the pork buns, beef bulgogi wraps and spicy chicken wings. [Eater 38 Member] Read more.
On the menu? An eclectic mix that changes nightly and in the past has included such dishes as spicy Peruvian pancakes and leek and fig-braised potstickers. Read more.
This place has a massive outdoor area decorated with really fun street art by famous artists like Kenny Scharf. The tapas style dishes are great as well. (3 of 4 petals via Fondu) Read more.
A Miami landmark. Just like Mango's on Ocean Drive, Versailles is typically high on the list of visitors looking for that quintessential Miami experience. [Eater 38 Member] Read more.
Michelle Bernstein's stylish spin on Spanish tapas is a culinary destination and Design District hot spot with creative cocktail menu and buzzy bar scene. [Eater 38 Member] Read more.
Started by Top Chef-er Jeff McInnis, this bar plates comfort food like sweet tea-brined ribs soaked in BBQ and pickled chilies. Their fried chicken with citrus pepper watermelon is the jam. Read more.
Unpretentious and relaxed boho Design District spot serving mostly classic French bistro fare with a generous side of hipsters and those who appreciate good value and good food. [Eater 38 Member] Read more.
For dinner, head south to NIU Kitchen’s beautiful nook for delicious Catalan fare. Read more.
For a caffeine boost, pass through the doors of a Barry McGee mural-swathed building to Panther Coffee. Read more.
For a longer, more luxurious meal, try one of Jorge Perez’s favorites: Prime 112 for a nice big steak. Read more.
For a longer, more luxurious meal, try one of Jorge Perez’s favorites: Milo’s for fresh fish. Read more.
For a longer, more luxurious meal, try one of Jorge Perez’s favorites: Joe’s for stone crabs, a local delicacy (everyone wears bibs.) Read more.
For a much needed dose of sustenance after a long day, grab a stool at the counter, where you’ll likely devour one of their signature sandwiches—all available on a croissant in lieu of bread or bun. Read more.