Greater Miami's multitudes of talented chefs and top-notch restaurants have made the City one of the world's true culinary hot spots. Classic European techniques, fresh native ingredients, exotic fruits and vegetables, and Latin American influences converge together to create a singular culinary style that has been dubbed New World, Floribbean, Tropical Fusion, Nuevo Latino—Whatever you call it, one thing is for certain—Greater Miami is redefining fine dining in the 21st century.

11th Street Diner

1065 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 534-6373

The 11th Street Diner is an original Art Deco Diner from Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania. It was built in 1948 by the Paramount Dining Car Company of Haledon, New Jersey. It was dismantled and transported to Miami Beach and after many months of restoration work it opened on September 1992. Today, we hope you enjoy a part of America's original history, traditional fare, 24 hour breakfast, and today's gourmet cooking.

Anacapri’s Italian Cuisine

2530 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables, FL 33134
(305) 443-8388

Anacapri’s Italian cuisine is full of the kind of simple, unforgettable dishes that keep regulars coming back. The casual but fine-dining atmosphere will provide you with the perfect venue whether you’re out for a romantic evening or celebrating with your friends. It is elegant yet familiar and once you’re here, you’re family. As the past, present, and future generation in Italian food, Anacapri’s cuisine will never go out of style.

Asia de Cuba Restaurant

1100 West Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 514-1940

Escaping the South Beach heat for Asia de Cuba’s dining room, guests are welcomed into a world that both soothes and stimulates the senses. A minimalist interior of clean, white surfaces serves as a pristine backdrop for Marcel Wanders enchanting design of chic sophistication and child-like wonder.

Bâoli Miami

1906 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 674-8822

Bâoli Miami is a Mediterranean Restaurant with an indoor lounge and a Tuscan garden located in the heart of South Beach. DJ's play all night long in both areas while old movies are broadcasted on a wall outside. The setting is elegant, the cuisine is refined, and the ambiance goes crescendo along with the music. Vita by Baoli is opened seven days a week from 7pm to 1am.

Bond Street Lounge/Townhouse Hotel

150 20th Street
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 534-3800

Bond Street Lounge, located in the Townhouse Hotel in Miami Beach, is a sleek and sexy hideway favored by locals. Bond Street was started in New York City by famed restaurantuer Jonathan Morr and has since opened in Miami and Beverly Hills. Mr. Morr's South Beach version is a cozy little lounge which focuses on tantalizing the palate with a upbeat and intimate atmosphere. Renowned sushi chef Mike S. Hiraga is at the helm of this hotspot creating many delicious specialties, and serving up Bond Streets signature dishes such as spicy tuna with chili mayonnaise, sesame crusted shrimp with orange curry dijon, and spicy crispy shrimp with chipotle aioli. Two new and exciting dishes Bond Street has recently added are the tuna tarts with truffle oil, and the spicy tuna over crispy rice, both are sure to leave you wanting more! Whether you are out for a romantic dinner or celebrating with friends, Bond Street delivers a delightful experience.

Caffe Da Vinci

1009 Kane Concourse
Bay Harbour Islands, FL 33154
(305) 861-8166

Caffé Da Vinci is located just minutes from Bal Harbour shops. The interior offer guests a duel-part-experience from dinner to lounge, while maintaining an old-world-feel. Enjoy progressive Italian fare with whimsical takes on molecular gastronomy. The restaurant is under new management, helmed by a new chef and owner. For reservations please call 305.861.8166.

China Grill

801 Brickell Avenue
Miami, FL 33131
(305) 534-2211

China Grill (opening winter 2012)

Miami, FL

We're Moving!

After seventeen star-studded years on the beach, we have closed our Washington Avenue doors in preparation for our move to Brickell Avenue this winter.  Until construction is complete, you can visit our sister property at the Hilton Ft Lauderdale Marina Hotel when you find yourself craving that Crackling Calamari Salad.

Stay tuned for details on our exciting new location and we look forward to seeing you Downtown!


1311 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 674-9450

Escopazzo has become a landmark in South Florida and is rated "exceptional" by ZAGAT. The restaurant opened its doors in 1993 and has expanded to accommodate 90, with a wine cellar in the back dining area to house the Italian-only Wine Spectator Award winery collection of more than 170 cases. Through the years the restaurant has been a favorite choice for "foodies" and celebrities alike and with Chef Giancarla Bodini at the helm, the future looks bright.

Front Porch Cafe

1458 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 531-8300

Located on the quieter end of Ocean Drive, this is a favorite breakfast spot for locals (and hip tourists) who like good food and service sans the South Beach attitude. It seems that nobody here is in a rush, and if you are, well, this isn't the place for you. Expect plenty of stragglers nursing hangovers with a Bloody Mary, and don't be surprised if you recognize your server from last night's dance floor. Dig into huge breakfasts like French toast with bananas and walnuts, omlettes stuffed with grilled veggies and Jack cheese, or blueberry pancakes the size of a steering wheel. The lunch menu features standard but tasty salads and sandwiches, including a great chicken Caesar and an exceptionally good burger.

Hard Rock Cafe Miami

401 Biscayne Blvd. R-200 Bays
Miami, FL 33132
(305) 377-3110

Miami has everything - climate, beaches, food, music, unsurpassed nightlife and fabulous art deco style. But it's the people more than anything that make this city unique. Half the population is Hispanic (mostly Cuban), and there's a large influx of Jewish and Jamaican culture flourishing as well. The Hard Rock Cafe Miami, true to our "Love All, Serve All" motto, is proud of this city's diversity and honors it at our thriving Biscayne Bay location in bustling Bayside Marketplace. We're easy to find for all. We are located in the southern most part of Bayside Mall by the Marina. So come on inside, sit back, relax and enjoy our excellent food and Miami-Heat-quenching drinks! Or maybe drinking in the views of massive rock memorabilia displays is more your cup of tea. This is definitely your kind of place, too. Whoever, whatever. That's how we do it at the Hard Rock Miami, so make us your place to gather in unity. Whether Madonna or Ricky Martin-spotting, we're by far the coolest spot in this hot, Hot, HOT town.

Mango's Tropical Cafe

900 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 675-4422

Mango's Tropical Cafe, located in the middle of world famous Ocean Drive, the heart of South Beach, is filled with the sounds, colors, sensations and romance of the tropics. Mango's features live bands and continuous choreographed dance shows and proudly presents a complete menu of Latin and International "comfort" dishes for a lunch banquet, sit-down dinner or buffet extravaganza. Mango's is also known for its variety of exotic Mojitos, Daiquiris, Martinis, Cosmos, Wines, Champagnes and premium label bottle service.

Michael's Genuine Food & Drink

130 NE 40th Street
Miami, FL 33137
(305) 573-5550

Michael's Genuine Food and Drink will showcase the cuisine of Chef/Owner Michael Schwartz with prices designed to encourage frequent dining. Serving lunch and dinner daily and brunch on Sundays. With 90 seats indoors and out and a comfortable bar, the restaurant is destined to be a locals' favorite as well as a sought after destination.

Perricone's MarketPlace and Cafe

15 SE 10th Street
Miami, FL 33131
(305) 374-9449

The last thing you expect to discover on the outskirts of downtown Miami is a cozy New England barn sitting in a quiet park surrounded by lush vegetation. But that‚'s exactly what you find at Perricone's Market Place and Cafe. Its resistance to rampant modernity is a welcome surprise in the shadows of sky-scraping banks that line the famous Brickell Avenue along Biscayne Bay.

The Well Lounge

444 West 41 Street
Miami Beach, FL 33140
(305) 532-1312

A casual lounge featuring an extensive drink selection and small plates in a relaxed atmosphere. The lounge features decor in rich earth tones, soft suede banquettes, dark wood bars and an entire room reminiscent of a lodge in Aspen with a massive fireplace, rafter beams and antler chandeliers.


777 Brickell Avenue
Miami, FL 33131
(305) 579-0035

We invite you to escape to Truluck's. A getaway for the senses where you can savor the freshest Florida Stone Crab direct from our own fisheries, and a fresh-catch seafood menu updated weekly by our chef. Along with tender, juicy steaks grilled to perfection, and over 100 wines by the sampling, glass, and bottle.

Van Dyke Cafe

846 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 534-3600

Mainstay Lincoln Rd. cafe serving breakfast, lunch and dinner 7 days a week. Great Jazz club upstairs on select evenings. Part of the Soyka group of restaurants.

West Avenue Cafe

929 West Avenue #3
Miami Beach , FL 33139
(305) 534-4211

The West Avenue Cafe offers an innovative menu with warm surroundings and friendly service. Dining "alfresco" with beer and wine selections, as well as, fresh smoothies and juices. The West Avenue Cafe will become your new local restaurant for family gatherings, meetings and casual dining. Service in the dining room, pick-up, catering with local delivery. Glatt Kosher Restaurant - Vegan , Gluten Free & vegetarian friendly. Miami Spice Participant.