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Michael's Genuine Food & Drink

American 93 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Focusing on homemade, modernized comfort food, Schwartz delivered to the fullest, using goods from local farmers to create dishes such as housemade short rib cannelloni. — Condé Nast Traveler

The latest spot from chef Michael Schwartz—of Nemo fame—is this industrial-chic indoor-outdoor space with a raw-concrete floor and simple dark-wood fixtures. Schwartz's signature focus on... — Concierge

The sleek, yet unassuming dining room and serene courtyard seating are constantly abuzz with Design District hipsters, foodies, and celebrities. — Frommer's

Fraudulent reservation system tarnishes otherwise "genuine" experience. — Not For Tourists

Rigorously fresh and locally sourced American meals. Simple but never boring dishes such as wood-oven roasted local snapper dusted with fennel pollen. — Insight Guides

Tap Tap

International 92 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Serving real Haitian food, such as grilled conch with manioc and shrimp in coconut sauce, this unusual but popular restaurant attracts a vibrant, multicultural crowd. — DK Eyewitness

"Out-of-towners", "families" and off-islanders tap into this South Beach "treasure" for "delectable" Haitian fare that's hard to find anywhere else. — Zagat

It looks like a shack from the outside, but that’s all part of the package at this funky, arty restaurant. — Time Out

Local favorite known for great food and service. — Not For Tourists

Those who've never been here better skedaddle over to experience this backpackers' paradise. — BlackBook

Joe's Stone Crab

Seafood 92 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The wait is long, the prices high. But if those aren't deal-breakers, queue up to don a bib in Miami's most famous restaurant and enjoy deliciously fresh stone crab claws. — Lonely Planet

Legendary seafood spot with infamously high prices. — Not For Tourists

For a sweet ending to an already gratifying meal, order the Key Lime Pie—but be forewarned that no other slice will compare to it ever again. — Travel + Leisure

This Miami institution is a must. There is lobster, shrimp, and fish, as well as the signature stone crab and surprisingly popular fried chicken. — DK Eyewitness

"Rob a bank, sell the house, [do] whatever it takes" to afford the "succulent" stone crabs that again make this "legendary" SoBe eatery Miami's Most Popular. — Zagat

Hakkasan

Chinese 91 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

"Wow, so this is Chinese food" declare converts whose "eyes are opened" by the "incredible" modern Cantonese fare at the Miami Beach outpost of the London original. — Zagat

Restaurateur Alan Yau reinvented Chinese cuisine in the UK with the original Hakkasan. — BlackBook

This location of Alan Yau's renowned London Hakkasan, and the first in America, has the same authentic Chinese dishes, mainly Cantonese. — Gayot

Seafood and vegetarian dishes outnumber meat options... charcoal-grilled silver cod with champagne and Chinese honey reaching new heights of excellence. — Fodor's

Located inside the Fontainebleau Miami Beach, Hakkasan Miami is the Florida outpost of the high-end restaurant chain that originated in London. — Forbes Travel Guide

Bourbon Steak

Steakhouses 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Michael Mina's sole restaurant in the southeastern United States is one of his best. — Fodor's

"Decadent" chops, "delish" burgers and "addictive" fries. — Zagat

The latest venture by Michael Mina, the Michelin-starred chef who paired with tennis star Andre Agassi. — Time Out

A mirror-walled "glassbox" entrance and 12-foot ceilings immediately serve notice that this trendy steakhouse designed by Tony Chi is not your traditional men's-clubby bastion of beef. — Gayot

Although there's no shortage of steakhouses in Miami, there's nothing like this one. — Frommer's

Yardbird - Southern Table & Bar

American 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

One of the most popular practitioners of Miami's surprisingly deep wave of haute Southern comfort food. — Lonely Planet

An ode to all things Southern, Yardbird has been packing in patrons since the moment it first opened its doors in 2011. — Travel + Leisure

The signature dish, unsurprisingly, is a succulent fried chicken plate, made from the founder's family recipe. Entrées are rounded out with an extensive menu of locally-sourced salads, quick bites. — Condé Nast Traveler

This eatery is all about reinterpreting Southern comfort cuisine, hospitality with farm-fresh ingredients. The fried chicken (which takes 27 hours to make from start to finish) is a must.... — Where

Putting the ‘South' in South Beach, this newfangled Southern comfort-fooder vends down-home dishes with contemporary twists for not a lot of scratch. — Zagat

Bombay Darbar

79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Husband/wife owners Danny and Nan, natives of Mumbai, are in their modest 30-seat Coconut Grove restaurant every night - hosting and helping a friendly and efficient service staff. A... — Miami New Times

Indian food is a rarity in Latin-loving Miami and all the more so in Coconut Grove – which makes Bombay Darbar even more of a culinary gem. Run by a couple from Mumbai, this upscale but... — Lonely Planet

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Osteria del Teatro

Italian 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The prices draw a lot of flak, although the northern Italian specialities are tremendous and the service is exceptional. — Time Out

Located in an unassuming storefront beneath the flashy Cameo nightclub, it's hard to believe that Osteria del Teatro is the best Italian bistro on the beach. — Frommer's

A fine-dining experience that has built its reputation on highly attentive service and some of the best Italian fare in South Beach. — Rough Guide

One of the best Italian bistros on the beach with an excellent menu to match. Specials include chicken breast sautéed with shallots and sun-dried tomatoes in champagne cream sauce and... — Where

Osteria has been serving fine Italian cuisine since 1987; dining here is still something of a 20th-century experience. — Miami New Times

News Cafe

Cafés 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

No trip to Miami is complete without a stop at this Ocean Drive landmark, though the food is nothing special. — Fodor's

Pavement café/brasserie with an extensive mid-price breakfast, lunch and dinner menu, and front-row seating for the South Beach promenade. — Rough Guide

Ocean Drive legend. Gianni Versace''s last meal. — Not For Tourists

Best bet in terms of both reliable taste and value is a Mediterranean plate of hummus, baba ghanouj and tabbouleh that could feed a small family. — Gayot

This place practically invented the sport of South Beach people-watching, and it remains the café king of Ocean Drive. — Time Out

Il Mulino - Miami

Italian 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

For more than two decades, Il Mulino New York has ranked among the top Italian restaurants in Gotham, so it's no surprise that the Miami outpost is similarly venerable. — Fodor's

Unlike the rather rustic downtown Manhattan original, this branch, flagship eatery at the luxe Acqualina Resort, goes for an uptown royalty feel. — Gayot

Dining at Il Mulino and gazing at the stunning ocean vista will keep you from dwelling on pressing problems. — Miami New Times

"High-end" Northern Italian fare "consistently delights" diners at this "bit of Manhattan" in Sunny Isles Beach's Acqualina Resort and its sleek South Beach sibling. — Zagat

This restaurant is hit or miss, but when it does hit, it's a fancy Italian pleasure. — Frommer's

Ortanique on the Mile

International 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Chef Cindy Hutson and partner Delius Shirley continue to perform culinary miracles with their New World-Caribbean cuisine on Miracle Mile. — Gayot

Named after a rare tropical citrus fruit, the restaurant is elegant in an islandy kind of way. — Miami New Times

New Caribbean cuisine is the draw to this friendly Gables restaurant. Traditional tastes are altered just a bit to reach a broad audience. — DK Eyewitness

The focus here is on cuisine, not scene, and the food, by top chef Cindy Hutson, is outstanding. — Time Out

The real "‘miracle' on the Mile" in Coral Gables is chef Cindy Hutson's "delightfully different" Caribbean–New World "standout". — Zagat

Area 31

Seafood 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

If you’re looking for the Brickell nightlife scene, this is the place. — On the Grid

If you dig seafood but care for the environment, Area 31 is your conscientiously sanctioned culinary hot spot. — Frommer's

At this "swanky" seafooder atop Downtown's EPIC Hotel, chef E. Michael Reidt prepares "delicious" "local and sustainable" fish. — Zagat

Located on the 16th floor of Miami's EPIC Hotel, Area 31 offers sweeping views of both land and sea. — Condé Nast Traveler

The skyscraper-to-bay-beyond view actually makes Miami look like a real city, and is a perfect backdrop for cocktails during happy hour. — Gayot

Naoe Miami

Japanese 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Salmon wrapped in salted white seaweed; roasted freshwater eel; deep-fried shrimp tamago; rice with shiitake mushrooms and hints of eel - all are meticulously prepared and absolutely delicious. — Miami New Times

Lauded by Ferran Adria and serving only sixteen guests a night, omakase-style Japanese restaurant Naoe is one of the most sought-after reservations in the country. — Departures

Exquisitely prepared, hyperfresh sushi, possibly the best in the city. — Frommer's

Let Chef Cory lead you into sushi Shangri-La. — Not For Tourists

If you're visiting Miami's Brickell Key, don't pass by this gem. — Forbes Travel Guide

Cena by Michy

French 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Offers up dishes that range from foie gras torchon with cherry jam on brioche crisps to beet salad with blue cheese espuma and candied walnuts to crispy sweetbreads and veal cheek ravioli. — Gayot

Run by Miami's hottest chef, Michy's is like the classical European restaurants of yesteryear, when everything was made from scratch. — Miami New Times

Blue-and-white pop decor. Organic, locally sourced ingredients. A stylish, fantastical bar where Alice could drink before painting Wonderland red. — Lonely Planet

Chef Michelle Bernstein’s 50-seat bistro on Miami’s Upper East Side may be small in size, but it’s bold in design. — Travel + Leisure

Star chef Michelle Bernstein left the fancy confines of the Mandarin Oriental Miami's Azul to open her own, homey 50-seat eatery on Miami's burgeoning Upper East Side. — Frommer's

Pubbelly Sushi

Sushi 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Plates range from shortrib tartare with a bite-size quail egg to pork cheeks on black truffle gnudi. — Travel + Leisure

Pubbelly's dining genre is hard to pinpoint, besides delicious. — Lonely Planet

Tasty, creative food at a good value in a welcoming pub setting. — Miami New Times

The team behind South Beach’s wildly popular Pubbelly gastropub has teamed up with sushi chef Yuki Ieto to create the Pubbelly Sushi. — Fodor's

The city’s first Asian-inspired gastropub. — Time Out

Puerto Sagua

International 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

On the walls of this informal eatery, the eccentric Scull sisters' whimsical 3-D paintings of Old Havana provide a festive backdrop for satisfying Cuban comfort food. — Gayot

Puerto Sagua challenges the US diner with this reminder: Cubans can greasy-spoon with the best of them. — Lonely Planet

This brown-walled diner is one of the only old holdouts on South Beach. — Frommer's

Authentic Cuban food if authentic means "filthy with hookers." — Not For Tourists

The best place for breakfast on Collins is this trad (as in authentically old, rather than retro) Cuban diner. — Time Out

Big Pink

American 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A Miami Beach mainstay, this big square room is studded with big TV screens tuned to sports and big pink menus of all-American favorites. — Time Out

"Real Food for Real People" is the motto to which this restaurant strictly adheres. — Frommer's

Futuristic diner decked out in pink Lucite and aluminium that serves massive portions of all-American favourites. — Rough Guide

Big Pink does American comfort food with a joie de vivre and a dash of whimsy. — Lonely Planet

Casual international dining on South Beach. Finger foods are the specialties. Great atmosphere for people-watching and soaking up local culture. — Where

Palme d’Or

French 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Nothing beats a brunch or dinner at the landmark Biltmore Hotel. — BlackBook

Palme d’Or features French cuisine in a posh atmosphere at the world-famous and historic Biltmore Hotel. Chef Philippe Ruiz presents dishes such as their lobster bisque, a house... — Where

At the historic, landmark Biltmore Hotel's top-end restaurant, the food is French -- but it's far from traditional. — Miami New Times

This plush dining room is home to a cuisine that actually befits such a regal establishment. — Gayot

"The prize of Coral Gables, if not all of Miami/Dade", is this "superb" New French stunner boasting a "well-considered" wine list and "seamless" service. — Zagat

Harry's Pizzeria

Italian 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Down the street from Michael's Genuine Food & Drink is Harry's Pizzeria, chef Michael Schwartz's tiny pizza-centric spot on the outskirts of the Design District. — Miami New Times

Go to town on the rock shrimp pizza with grilled lemon, buttery Manchego, scallions and ribbons of cilantro. — Time Out

Go for the inventive pies—topped with combos like rock shrimp, shallots, and lemon juice—and stay for the flights of craft beers, including Schwartz's own Michael's Genuine Home Brew. — Condé Nast Traveler

Just down the block at his more upscale signature restaurant, Michael's Genuine Food & Drink, Michael Schwartz catalyzed Miami'€™s move toward prioritizing seasonal/local ingredients. — Gayot

Seasonally inspired pizzas highlight locally sourced ingredients in unexpected, yet delicious, combinations as toppings for wood-fired, thin crusts. — Fodor's

Andiamo

Italian 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Pizza fans make the out-of-the-way trek to this gem to chow down on gourmet pizza in a former garage. — Time Out

Forget about the greasy, goopy, nasty pizzas from Domino’s/Little Caesars/Pizza Hut. Go for gourmet, and your taste buds (and stomach) will thank you. — Miami New Times

Half the fun of a meal at this hip pizzeria is the ambience: what looks a bit like a spaceship is actually a converted 1950s gas station that’s been outfitted with a blazing brick oven. — Rough Guide

Where there was a neighborhood car wash, gentrification guru Mark Soyka (News Café, Van Dyke) saw brick-oven pizza. — BlackBook

Side-step past hipsters to get a slice of Miami's best pizza. — Not For Tourists

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