This SoFi uncooked-food haven's kitchen is completely void of ovens, microwaves, grills, fire pits, or anything else that might be used to cook your pork belly, tuna, or octopus. Everything here's raw except for maybe a crostini here and there.
Dine on an extensive menu with steak, seafood, and other gourmet bites, then register to perform music, poetry, or whatever you like... or just watch others do it.
Neon-lit, brightly colored spot in Brickell’s Aloft hotel where you can knock back tequila cocktails on the breezy back patio or just belly up to the bar on an aluminum stool.
Authentic Italian resto in South Beach with a relaxing outdoor patio and inside decorated to feel like a rustic spot in Tuscany. Check out some of their more interesting offerings like seafood-champagne risotto and salt-crusted branzino.
Housed in a renovated Haitian church, Mina’s Mediterraneo serves an approachable menu that spans Southern Europe and the Middle East with dishes like spanakopita, lamb tagine, spaghetti bolognese, and stuffed cabbage. A generous pizza selection provides full coverage of the Mediterranean itself: the Moroccan pizza comes with lamb sausage, red peppers, and harissa, while the Spanish option is topped with manchego cheese and Iberian ham. Mina's features a light-strung garden in the back, where live music is often playing. The craft cocktail program offers classics as well as those representative of the regional cuisine, with drinks like the mint tea-and-rye Marakesh Cocktail and the Alexandrian Dusk (date-infused vodka, cane juice, and sandalwood syrup). For dessert: baklava.
Hit up Urban Oxy’s new South Beach location where you can write “I will not drink evil chain coffee” 100 times on their chalkboard walls... or just order a cup from Miami’s own Panther, much on pastries from Hialeah’s Sweetness Bakery, and eat fresh pizza by the slice.