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Miami/Miami Beach - how's my list?


Restaurants & Bars Miami-Fort Lauderdale

Miami/Miami Beach - how's my list?

TeacherFoodie | | Sep 28, 2013 10:54 AM

Here is my list from researching Chowhound and Yelp. Please let me know if anything should be added or deleted. The restaurants with stars beside are the ones that I saw mentioned more often so I would think they are the best choices. Please let me know if I have any errors!



Alta Mare
Barceloneta ****
Bazaar ***
BLT steak (brunch)
Blue Collar
Bourbon Steak
Buenos Aires Bakery - good baked goods; their churros are much better than Manolo down the street
captain's tavern
El Rey del Chivito - Uruguayan chivito sandwiches are their specialty
Etzel Itzik (don't get bourek, get lemon slushy)
Hakkasan (Dim Sum)
J&G Grill
Josh's Deli *
Las Vacas Gordas - Argentine parrillada (a bit pricey, and sometimes somewhat surly service, but still good)
Lucali (lunch friday and saturday only) *
Macchialina ****
Makoto * - sit at the sushi bar thurs afternoon-sunday and go omakase
Meat Market
Michael’s Genuine *****
Michy's ***
Milos - very expensive
Mixtura - Peruvian, one of the nicer-looking restaurants in this area, and pretty good food.
Moises Bakery - very good Venezuelan and Argentine baked goods (tequeños, cachitos, empanadas); more of a take-out place
My Ceviche **
naoe (best sushi in Miami)
Nemesis *
PB steak ****** good for brunch too - Maine lobster taquitos, steak tartare slider, pumpkin pie pancakes, and bacon confit
Pubbelly Sushi ***
Puerto Sagua *
Red the Steakhouse *
Restaurant Michael Schwartz *
River Oyster Bar *
Sabores Chilenos (pastel de choclo, arepas - domino)
Sardinia **
Sazon Cuban Cuisine - reasonably good Cuban food; if you liked Puerto Sagua you'll like Sazon.
the cypress room
The Dutch ****** (rib-eye for 2)
Tongue and Cheek ** (good for brunch too)
Tuyo **
V & S (subs - Boca) **

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