Brasserie Central Miami is a long, narrow Parisian-style bistro whose row of barstools seemingly goes on forever. The space is decorated with tin basins of baguettes that stand at attention like flowers in a vase, and lights hang from above in multi-shaped, multicolored glass-blown globes. The menu is served from late morning into the night, meaning you’re sure to find snacks or plates suitable for any time of day (and any type of appetite). French favorites include Coq au Vin Lyonnais, slow cooked in red wine with mushrooms, onions, and bacon, Steak au Poivre, with garlic spinach and a cognac demi-glaze, and Gratin Dauphinois. Top your meal off with a carafe of white, red, or rosé, and you’ll be in haute cuisine heaven.