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Our Favourite Restaurants in Miami

Posted by admin on April 20, 2017
Joe's Stone Crab

This is a classic dining experience. It was established back in 1913 and it has maintained its popularity ever since. Here you will find their speciality – stone crab – which you can pair with a number of side dishes. They are also famous for their old school white table linen and delicious desserts. The stone crabs are usually available from October until May. You can’t reserve a table so be patient. There’s also a takeaway version next door. 

Red, the Steakhouse

One of Miami’s true fine dining experiences. This establishment is well known for its Certified Angus Beef and being named one of the top ten steakhouses in the US. Everything on the menu and to the side is prepared from scratch. It’s got a fabulous wine list and an even more impressive reputation for cocktails.

Crust

This Art Deco establishment, situated near Miami River, serves speciality pizza and signature Italian dishes. It’s got a very welcoming atmosphere and is almost always busy so reservations are a must. 

Farfalle

In Downtown Miami, Farfalle serves wonderful Italian food, excellent service and atmosphere. It’s literally, a little Italy in Miami – which is quite a difficult thing to pull off successfully. 

Zuma

Zuma is located inside the Epic Hotel in Downtown Miami. It’s relatively new and one of the places to be seen. Similar to its London and Hong Kong branches, the Japanese menu offers the freshest seafood and sushi, as well as wonderful desserts. 

American Harvest

At the other end of the spectrum, this deli style restaurant offers healthy options – where the food is clean and ‘as close to its original form’. The setting is casual and the food is natural. Responsible, eclectic and inventive. 

Glass & Vine in Coconut Grove

This restaurant offers a wonderful menu that’s designed to be shared. It’s a tapas style with inventive flair. The Coconut Grove setting adds to its popularity so reservations are advised. 

Michael’s genuine food and drink 

This is the restaurant that started the farm to table approach in Miami. The menu regularly changes, depending on what’s in season and what’s available. Added to this, the menu offers small, medium and large options – so it suits all appetites and requirements. 

Experience the best food in Miami 

So, you will be spoiled for choice when it comes to where and what to eat, when you visit Miami. As well as checking out some of these restaurants, you can also choose to come with us at Gray Line Miami on our Culinary Walking Tours of Miami – for either Lunch or Dinner. We’ll take you on a tour of the best eateries in South Beach, introducing you to the best flavors in town. Or, come with us on a food tour of the Little Havana neighborhood – a must for curious and adventurous foodies.  

 

We look forward to hopefully meeting you soon on one of tours of Miami! 

 

Gray Line Miami team. 








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