Miami is a beautiful city in the state of Florida. The population of 5.5 million people who live there include a strong Cuban, Puerto Rican, and Haitian population. This is evident in the businesses, restaurants, and cigar shops in the city. Miami is an upscale ocean city. The city is the destination for thousands of tourist annually.
There is no shortage of wonderful restaurants in this amazing city. The diversity in this city reaches beyond food. The city is a favorite for college-aged people on spring or summer break. The nightlife is amazing. The city is a favorite for families, seeking a beach holiday. Senior citizens come for the sun and sea. The restaurants in Miami must cater to a very diverse customer base. Below we will show you some of the restaurants that are on our “must try” list for 2017.
Sherwood’s Bistro & Bar
Sherwood’s Bistro & Bar is open for evening meals, daily. The feel is casual and comfortable with a patio to enjoy dinner or drinks outside. This is not an average beach bar. You can enjoy dishes like roasted duck, garlicky kale, and fresh seafood. Or, you might just have one of their custom burgers.
The menu at the GLAM Vegan is designed to satisfy any craving. Whether you are vegan or not, the flavors and choices will delight you. Give it a try, and you will be amazed at how tasty the dishes are.
This is the first restaurant Federal Donuts has opened outside of Philly (where it is famous). The menu is simple, but anything but plain. You can order Fancy Donuts and they are prepared hot and fresh. They also serve Korean fried chicken and chicken sandwiches. This is a fun place to eat and you will return for more.
Artichoke Basille’s Pizza
Artichoke Basille’s Pizza is New York style pizza pies. You can order by the pie or by the slice. New Yorkers are picky when it comes to their pizza and this pizzeria is a favorite there and in Miami. If you want authentic New York pizza in Miami, this is it.
Chana Thai Kitchen
If you are in the mood for some good Chinese style food, you have found it. Fresh spring rolls, drunken noodles, sticky rice and fresh salads. The menu is minimal, but everything on it is fresh and authentic.
Latin Cafe 2000
Try Latin Cafe 2000 if you are in the mood for Cuban, Latin, or Spanish food. This is the flavor you would expect to find in this Cuban influenced city. There are plenty of vegetarian foods on the menu to satisfy anyone in your group. This is a very popular restaurant, so get there early.
Great Cuban food at a good price. They serve wonderful sandwiches and the live entertainment is an added bonus. Old’s Havana rates very high from visitors but also from locals. Fun, food, and casual comfort.
This is just our top favorites for now, but here are so many options, flavors, and classes we have not touched. From your 5-star experience, to your burger joint, there are many places that will hit the mark. Look around and you will find exactly what you are looking for in Miami.