Town Kitchen & Bar in South Miami focuses on using the best quality, freshest ingredients to elevate traditional favorites from all over the world. While menu items change from time to time, categories you might find on the menu include pizzas, cheeses and charcuterie, mussel pots, pastas, burgers and much, much more. Weekends see a very popular breakfast service with all kinds of favorite dishes like French Toast, pancakes and omlettes not to mention their two for one cocktail specials like the two for one carafes of Mimosas or two for one Bloody Mary Bar.
Miller's Kendall Ale House is a great restaurant and bar located in Kendall. This casual bar serves up delicious, classic American food like Buffalo Wings, burgers, seafood specialties and succulent steaks. Behind the bar, the ale house has over 70 different kinds of beer as well as all the mixed drinks you could possible imagine. The large restaurant with its many TVs and laid back atmosphere is a great place to catch a game with a group of friends.
Hole in the Wall quickly becomes a favorite watering hole of everyone who manages to find the hidden pub. The pub doesn't have any particularly special features to it, but the flat-screen TVs, the good selection of drinks and the friendly bartenders all come together to form an infectiously fun atmosphere. Hole in the Wall also offers a basic pub grub menu with sandwiches, wings and salads being the main offerings. If these aren't good enough reasons to tempt you into Hole in the Wall, then maybe the wallet saving prices will be the kicker.
This new place in Miami Beach offers a lot in a small space. Start with your complimentary glass of wine while perusing the menu. The salmon tartare and the ratatouille crepe with minced meat and chicken are worth trying. The menu includes filet mignon and pasta, pan-fried potatoes with green beans and onions, and the wine list contains European and American wines. Original desserts like the roasted pineapple with ice-cream and chocolate cake top off a satisfying meal. More than anything, this is a fun place to eat. Owner Aurelian Rouvier has travelled the world and come to live here...and there must be a reason why! -Mercedes de Marchena
This Miami Beach Irish style pub is very popular with the in-crowd, a combination of pub and fashionable bar. Fashionable though it may be, Waxy O'Connor's still offers up all the calories you would expect from an Irish pub, including the obligatory pint of Guinness or the full American and Irish menu served, including burgers, salads, and Irish specialties like bangers and mash and steak and guinness and beef stew.
Finnegan's Way is the perfect place to watch the big game since there are 24 TV sets. The restaurant is known for its steak and seafood, try the Conch Fritters or Maine Lobster With Savory Shrimp Stuffing. Finnegan's Way is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. During happy hour from 4p-7p certain drinks are offered at a discounted rate. The place is open daily from 9am ownwards.
18001 Collins Avenue Trump International Beach Resort Miami Sunny Isles Beach, FL 33160
If you are at theTrump International Beach Resort and just want to relax and enjoy the fabulous sea view without a care in the world, just seat yourself at Gili's Pool Bar and Grill. Sip on a Pina Colada by the poolside, watch the surf and the sand play hide and seek, let the cool sea breeze caress your face! Now, that's life! Need to calm that growl in your tummy? Snack on light fare like sandwiches, juices, salads as you share a few private moments with your lover or just a friendly chat with a chum.
1 Lincoln Road Ritz Carlton South Beach Miami, FL 33139
The DiLido Beach Club at Ritz-Carlton South Beach is an outdoor ocean view restaurant and bar. Chef de Cuisine offers great food that is light and healthy. Tuesdays and Thursdays are live music nights, while Sunday nights are for celebrities and jet setters that come from all over. Sit on the beach and sip cocktails or take on the services of a tanning butler, one of its kind anywhere in the world. This butler offers his tanning services, applies lotion, teaches water aerobics and beach boot camp.
Toni's Tokyo Cuisine and Sushi Bar is certainly not new to South Beach. The restaurant has been around since before the revival of this trendy vacation area, and is still going strong. Sashimi is fresh and beautifully cut, with a great selection of raw fish available (churasi, tuna, yellowtail, octopus, shrimp, etc.). Sushi rolls are also delicious. Nigiri rolls (1 piece) range from USD1.50-4, while Maki rolls (6 pieces) range from USD4-9. Cooked fish is an option for anyone not comfortable with the raw delicacies. Located on Washington Avenue, the restaurant draws a hip, pre-club crowd.
This is a genuine German hofbrau. You will probably find both the food and the atmosphere comfortably satisfying. Veal bratwurst and hot Leberkaese (veal loaf) are tempting starters or savory entrees. Honey-garlic brie over crusty French bread is a favorite appetizer, and slightly less dense than most other menu items. First time visitors should try the Wiener Schnitzel, which is superb. Clientele here tend to be regulars, with a sprinkling of visitors in for some good, solid food and company.
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