GET TO KNOW OUR MIAMI. Though Miami is most widely known for its gorgeous white sand beaches, we locals know Miami as so much more. From the vibrant street art of the Wynwood Walls to the lively Calle Ocho in Little Havana, Miami exhibits a creative freedom like no place else. Be inspired by a visit to The Bass Museum, one of city’s world renowned art institutions, sample the international cuisine or spend an afternoon shopping the luxury shops of the Design District. Not sure where to start? Our Miami Explore Guide is the best place to start planning your exploration of this great American city.
Lobster Bar Sea Grille is located in Miami Beach’s South of Fifth neighborhood. Elegant and upscale with modern nautical touches, the restaurant and its spacious bar, lounge, and patio is the perfect location for cocktails and an immersive culinary experience. Executive Chef Arturo Paz heads the culinary team.View Website
One of the first establishment in Wynwood. The go-to place for gourmet bar food. A hot spot with indoor-outdoor dining, famous artists’ works & live music.View Website
One of the first establishment in Wynwood. The go-to place for gourmet bar food. A hot spot with indoor-outdoor dining, famous artists’ works & live music.
High-end restaurant that offers modern Asian-style eatery offering grilled meats & sashimi, plus cocktails in a well designed industrial setting.View Website
Bagatelle Miami Beach redefines the French Mediterranean dining experience through an exquisite seasonal menu and a beautifully constructed space including outdoor seating. Designed by Celano Design Studio, Bagatelle Miami Beach embodies bustling Parisian bistro with classic décor, bold artwork and lively music.View Website
The restaurant features a unique combination of classic fish house favorites like Crispy Clams Strips and Maine Lobster Rolls as well as the refined upscale menu options that have made the Prime Restaurants famous, like Holland Dover Sole and Hawaiian Ahi Tuna.
Chophouse chain outpost serving prime steaks & seafood in a clubby, power-dining setting.
The menu’s originality is matched by a sexy décor that parts ways with the customary dark leathers and low lighting in favor of a lively, upscale atmosphere where the lights accentuate the meal and the hustle and bustle of the room creates a collective dining atmosphere that is second to none.
Recognized as one of the finest Mediterranean seafood restaurants in the world, Estiatorio Milos was founded by acclaimed chef Costas Spiliadis who has made it an unparalleled culinary destination in Montreal, New York, Athens, Las Vegas, Miami and London.
Before the glitz and glamour that has become “SoBe,” Joe’s Stone Crab Restaurant stood as a spot for true seafood-loving locals and tourists alike. Established in 1913, two years before Miami Beach would even become incorporated, Joe’s has withstood the test of time.