Here's Our Travel Guide to This Nation of Over 7,000 Islands
1. Threefold Cafe141 Giralda Ave, Coral Gables
2. Donut Gallery83 Harbor Dr, Key Biscayne
3. Greenstreet Cafe3468 Main Hwy, Coconut Grove
4. Buena Vista Deli4590 NE 2nd Ave, Miami
5. Mo's Bagels2780 NE 187th St, Aventura
6. S & S Diner1757 NE 2nd Ave, Miami
7. The Original Lots of Lox14995 S Dixie Hwy, Miami
8. Manolo & Rene Cafeteria281 NE 1st St, Miami
9. Josh's Deli9517 Harding Ave, Miami
10. True Loaf Bakery1894 Bay Rd, Miami Beach
11. The Big Pink157 Collins Ave, Miami Beach
The people here are taking it to the next level with items like breakfast lasagna, in which layers of eggplant, tomato, ham, Gorgonzola, basil, and tomato sauce are topped off with a poached egg, sprinkled with shaved Parmesan, and served with an arugula and olive salad.
As one of the only eating spots on the island, this 24-seat diner is like Cheers for the Key Rats. You can’t leave without ordering the TED, an open-faced English muffin with eggs, bacon, ham, cheese, and tomatoes.
The husband and wife team behind Green Street have created a casual atmosphere where friends and food are central so you can relax and enjoy vittles like fried calamari, lobster ravioli, chicken piccata, and paninis.
From Claude Postel, the French force behind deeply loved Buena Vista Bistro, and whose family's been making other people meals for seven generations in Paris, BVD's a Franco-style deli/cafe with a menu scribbled on chalkboards, two big counters full of pa
Curious about Matzah brei, the dish of matzo fried with eggs? On the run? Grab one of their signature bagels to go.
With close proximity to Downtown, this diner hasn’t changed much since it opened in 1938. An unpretentious environment and an iconic and U-shaped counter with red leather barstools make it the perfect place for breakfast.
Who says you have to go all the way to Aventura for good bagels? Thankfully, this Greek-run Jewish deli (trust us, it works) makes a mean bagel. Get there early as items run out quickly. Pro-tip: They are very serious about their smoked fish selection, so learn the lingo before you go.
This 24-hour cafeteria is a nice departure from the Starbucks and Au Bon Pains of the world. Offering fresh squeezed juices, strong coffee, and a robust menu of breakfast food and sandwiches, most items come in under $10.
Josh's Deli is a "homey", kosher-style deli that has a menu that offers breakfast, soups, salads, and obviously "sandwiches and stuff".
Cult following is putting it lightly. They don’t have a menu as their items are baked fresh daily and constantly change except for their flaky croissants of varying fillings,.
The Big Pink's a family-style restaurant that plates just about every form of comfort food you can imagine, from waffles and pizza to the famous Big Pink TV Dinner. There's also a large number of flatscreen TVs lining the walls, allowing you to catch up on sports while you down your chow.