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This down-home American spot is serving up awesome craft 'tails and twists on classic eats like meatballs and gravy, fried chicken, cured pork belly, and fish-n-chips.
Sidle up to the bar at this Italian eatery, where you can watch your pizza -- loaded with ricotta, mozzarella, goat, and fontina cheeses -- cook up crispy and fresh in their custom wood-burning stove.
15 Steps is the newly renovated 1500 Degrees, still part of Eden Roc Miami Beach, and still serving up the farm-to-table freshness, thanks to the vegetable and herb garden planted on-site at the hotel. Their farm fresh menu offers rotating month-to-month specials focusing on seasonality, sustainability and regional produce. You'll never think of hotel's with on-site garden's the same way again.
Miami's original outpost of the fancy Mexi-chain whips up gourmet guac tableside, along with some mean margaritas.
Solo, the Fontainebleau’s in-house pastry shop, is offering up top-notch joe, plus head-turning chocolate and confections, like passion fruit macarons, and more.
Mondrian offers top of the line amenities like fine fusion grub and a Brazil-intensive bar with nearly 50 cachacas, a fruit stand-like selection of infused caipirinhas like lychee-elderflower, ginger-pear, and peach-lemongrass cocktails, plus gorgeous ocean views and a bomb brunch.
Located inside the Betsy Hotel, this classic Steakhouse serves up USDA Prime, Wagyu and Certified Black Angus beef alongside seafood dishes and their signature gratis popovers. The modern furniture and decor lends a young, cool vibe to the space, and a romantic porch offers a nice respite from a busy dining room.
Following a massive $42 million facelift that resulted in considerably glammed-up decor, The James -- located a stones throw away from Ocean Dr -- still manages to maintain its original 1939 charm via a plethora of nostalgic relics, as well as arguably the most local-centric eatery in Miami.
With outposts in Brickell and Coral Gables, Morton's doesn't just stop at great steaks: check 'em out for seriously creative seafood apps and mains, like their Ahi tuna tower.
Eating House isn't a regular restaurant, it's a cool restaurant. Chef Giorgio Rapicavoli's spot began as a pop-up in 2012 before it took a permanent, brick-and-mortar turn in Coral Gables a few years later. It's hard to decide what Rapicavoli does better: local ingredient-driven dinner or over-the-top brunch. Whatever it is, all the dishes coming out of the kitchen -- like Cap'n Crunch pancakes or black truffle carbonara -- are similar in their sheer creativity.