A South Beach stone crab institution that's always mobbed, no matter what the economy is like. Home of the original Miami Beach power lunch. [Eater 38 Member] Read more.
Best of Miami 2013- Best Sushi: Pubbelly Sushi. This Pub-like Japanese fusion restaurant combines fresh seafood with some spice, jalapenos and poblano peppers to name a few. Read more.
JOSE! I don’t think we can stand to wait any longer! We want to savor and cherish your delicious ottoman carrot fritters and Japanese stuffed tacos! Our stomachs will be growling until your arrival! Read more.
Rainer Becker's modern Japanese restaurant, inspired by traditional, informal Izakaya-style dining, is a hit with foodies, celebrities and scene-chasers. [Eater 38 Member] Read more.
Open Wed. - Sun. (reservations via OpenTable.com), the restaurant has no menu. Instead, diners are at the mercy of Chef/owner Kevin Cory, who selects the food box for you based off a meet & greet. Read more.
From a Portland couple obsessed with going as far beyond Sanka as possible, Panther's a coffee boutique centered around a go-kart-sized 1923 roaster that allows for crazy control over roast rates Read more.
Best of Miami 2013- Best Restaurant Décor: Juvia. Designed by Alejandro Barrios Carrero, the setting fuses nature and open sky with urbanity and concrete. Read more.
Free admission on Fridays from 6-9pm! Plus, if you prefer beautiful people to beautiful paintings, the price of an espresso will buy you hours of people-watching pleasure at Ocean Drive’s trendy cafes Read more.
Everything at this gallery-like shop is exquisitely hip, from the coffee-table books to the gauzy embellished tops and limited-edition Nikes. Read more.
Soul Of Miami loves our little garden. A refreshing haven of green in the concrete jungle. Read more.
The hiyashi wakame is the best seaweed salad in Miami, which is why it’s on our list of The Tastes That Make the City: Miami. Read more.
Lately every restaurant seems to have ceviche, but CVI.CHE 105 has the best, not to mention a buzz that renders dining in downtown Miami anything but an oxymoron. [Eater 38 Member] Read more.
The year-old restaurant offers seafood galore, creative twists on classic dishes and caviar cocktails in a homey setting. [Eater 38 Member] Read more.
Said to be one of THE hottest hotels in South Beach, this perfectly located oceanfront property is walking distance to Lincoln Road and Ocean Drive... Read more.