I migliori 25 ristoranti di Miami | The Hottest Restaurants in Miami Right Now, January 2015
1 27 Restaurant
The first full-service restaurant and bar from the guys that brought us the Broken Shaker, 27 Restaurant plays homage to Miami’s diversity with an eclectic menu filled with signature dishes from South America, the Caribbean and even the Middle East. Located in a historic two-story house adjacent to the Broken Shaker, it features the same laid-back spirit and inventive drinks of the Broken Shaker in a hip (and air conditioned) setting.
Unfortunately, Barley & Swine had to meet its end, but Jorgie Ramos quickly turned the space into something new: "a bad ass sandwich shop." B&S fans will enjoy this more bread-filled option just as much.
A mysterious team of people traveled the world finding recipes, came back to South Miami, opened a restaurant and executed those worldly dishes awesomely. Oh, and they make bread to go with everything, fresh, warm, homemade bread of all sorts (focaccia, naan, etc).
The Alton Road construction isn’t getting in the way of Drunken Dragon’s big debut one bit. It’s already difficult to land a table at SoBe’s new Asian gastropub (especially a Korean barbecue-style one), but probably worth a try.
The latest offering from LoKal owner Matt Kuschner and partner David Rodriguez boasts some seriously legit beer offerings (18 taps! And some very rare finds). Like LoKal, Kush sources locally, uses only fresh ingredients and keeps it playful with action figure taps, kegs for tables and fun menu items (see: kush brownies).
The latest addition to the growing restaurant scene of Little Havana, Little Bread offers its unique spin on traditional Cuban sandwiches and dishes. On the menu expect classic Cuban flavors with a hint of whimsy like its Media Noche Croquetas, Frita Sliders and Guava Pound Cake.
MiMo’s new realtor-run restaurant has been getting serious attention since it opened just the other week. A small, crafty space decorated by owner Jessica Sanchez makes use of FIU students to fill various positions, and serves up a mix of Latin, New American and Southern dishes.
Miami's smoke whisperers have at last opened their very own smokehouse and deli. It's a place for all things meaty like treats of the candied bacon, housemade charcuterie, bacon jerky variety. Oh, and sandwiches.
When Blue Collar chef Danny Serfer partners with Miami Power Rankings blogger Ryan Roman, a quaint, "plain and fancy" oyster heaven takes shape. They've got a ton of other seafood items, too, as well as non sea-dwelling options like prime rib, chicken and veggies.
Named for the Catalan word “nest,” Downtown’s newest restaurant, Niu, serves up modern food from Barcelona in a small, cozy environment. Check it out for lunch or dinner any day of the week except Sundays.
While plenty of Neapolitan-style pizzerias have opened up in Miami over the years, not many have garnered the buzz like Proof has. The chefs manning the kitchen have done stints in notable restaurants like DBGB and Gramercy Kitchen and are turning out creative pies, pastas and desserts to an ever-growing clientele nightly.
The unofficial queen of Miami cuisine, Michelle Bernstein, is back with her latest restaurant Seagrape, located inside the newly opened Thompson Hotel. The massive, Florida-inspired brasserie serves a mix of small plates, large steaks and an ample raw bar in a retro setting complete with tropical prints and pastel leather seating.
It took a long, long while for Michael Shikany’s eponymous restaurant/cooking school to open its doors, but the general feeling seems to be that it was worth the wait. Shikany serves up a small menu of creative dishes like maple syrup braised wild boar cheeks, panko dusted fried oysters and a raved about butter poached lobster mac.
This casual walk-up taqueria right smack dab in South Beach madness of Collins Avenue is creating simple tacos with authentic ingredients like house made corn tortillas and slowly braised carnitas. Wash them all down with one of the many beers available by draft or bottle while making sure to save some room for a icy paleta for dessert. [Photo]
The newest restaurant from mega chef Jean-Georges fuses the different flavors of Latin cuisine — think Spanish, Caribbean and South America — into one distinctive menu. Housed in a large glamorous room reminiscent of 1950s Miami, the menu is packed with with fresh seafood, pizzas, tacos, tapas and what some are calling the best paella in town.
Chef Carla Pellegrino’s rooftop eatery is still abuzz. It serves up a lighter version of the chef’s classic Italian dishes (and, randomly, some sushi as well), on top of a club, way into the late hours.
Owned by Top Chef alumn Bret Pelaggi, Craig DeWald and wine-obsessive Heath Porter, Coral Gables’ new European-style wine bar and restaurant has gathered a quick following for its rare bottles and laid-back attitude. The menu, created by “tasting backwards,” hasn’t gone unnoticed either.