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.
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.