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10 Best Miami Beach Restaurants

  • 8405 NW 53rd Street Suite E101, Doral
    Clau C - Beautiful and delicious pastries! I love to have brunch there, but they also serve lunch and dinner.
    Soledad Gonzalez - This is my favorite breakfast and brunch place in the Coral Gables Area. The dessert offer is to die for, and the bakery goods are really good.
    Andre Palacios - Burgers are delicious!
  • 300 Alton Rd, Miami Beach
    Zan Hudson - @montyssunset is a waterfront seafood restaurant with a raw bar located at the Miami Beach Marina. Nightly they are know for their live music with a band and or DJ.
    The night I went the artist @robbieeliasofficial was entertaining patrons as they ate and drank. The style of music was classic American covers for everyone to enjoy while watching boats pass by.
    Monty’s is a great spot for a group of friends who want to enjoy a water view without the hassle of venturing too far on South Beach. As an added bonus, parking is free and
    Francis Ochoa - Love this place
    Luis Ramiz - always such an awesome vibe!!
    recommended by Susie Kapar
  • 1600 Lenox Ave, Miami Beach
    Rafael Hernandez - I first went to the Vegas location and wasn't a fan. I gave the Miami Beach location and it has more than redeemed itself. I love the southern fried chicken and watermelon, chicken sandwich and shrimp and grits. Also, their cocktails are killer. The staff is super friendly. Great brunch also!
    recommended by Andre Palacios
  • 1448 Washington Ave, Miami Beach
    Rafael Hernandez - This place is better known for their sushi but I specifically recommend them for their ramen. It’s been really tough for me to find a decent ramen joint in Miami period. I know there are a few but either they charge $20+ for half a bowl or the flavor is lacking. Moshi Moshi has a few ramen that are out of this world and are in the more reasonable $15 dollar price point for a full bowl with all the fixins. For something extra, try the kimchi ramen. Korean and Japanese food together? Yeah I’ll have whatever they’re cooking!
    recommended by Andre Palacios
  • 1424 20th St, Miami Beach
    Rafael Hernandez - I keep coming back to this sushi and asian Latin fusion restaurant. If you come here with a group, grab a few dishes to share. It’s great because you get to sample a lot of their food. I haven’t had one bad thing there. I’m a fan of the Butter Krab Roll, French Miso Soup and Buffalo Chicken Baos. The tostones with ceviche are amazing but their version has kimchi which I love. It did kind of shock me the first time though since I’ve never had ceviche with kimchi but it’s amazing. Anyway, I highly recommend this place whether in MB or Brickell (haven’t been to the other locations but I’m sure they’re great).
    recommended by Andre Palacios
  • 1120 15th St, Miami Beach
    Rafael Hernandez - All their pastas are handmade and are delicious. Pair them with any of their reds and you have yourself a heart-comforting meal. Top that with a Tiramisu and a doppio espresso and you can die and go to heaven. Their Wynwood location is also great.
    recommended by Andre Palacios
  • 2001 Collins Ave, Miami Beach
    Zan Hudson - Miami restaurants take pride in decor! Jaya at Miami Beach is a show stopper. I enjoyed an Indian-inspired dish and drank a fancy cocktail. I recommend this place for a group because they lounge seating or for a date night.
    recommended by Francis Ochoa
  • 1400 20th St, Miami Beach
    Rafael Hernandez - I highly recommend this place for deliciously crafted gin and tonics, excellent tapas and great outdoor seating. The service is stellar and I love the folks there. Good people and great business.
    recommended by Andre Palacios
  • 1255 Washington Ave, Miami Beach
    Rafael Hernandez - Great Argentinean restaurant! Try their empanadas and their skirt steak. Also if you're a soccer fan, they always have games on.
    recommended by Andre Palacios
  • 10. Bar One
    520 West Ave 1, Miami Beach
    Zan Hudson - Get ready for a Luxe experience at a #blackowned restaurant in Miami. I was excited to dine at @baronemiamibeach for their brunch. The restaurant is right on the water with exceptional views. My food was tasty the chicken and waffles were seasoned. They also offer #hookah and fancy cocktails. The service was A+ they made sure to check on us throughout our dining experience which is always a nice touch.
    Star Rating:⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
    Things to note: parking is valet only.
    recommended by Francis Ochoa

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Clau C
10 months ago • Miami
Friends from Boston! Can you recommend a delicious family place to dine in your city? We'll be staying in the Seaport District for one day this wee...
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