Owned and operated by father-son team Esteban and Este Garcia, this restaurant has a comfortable, family-style atmosphere. Fresh seafood and low prices add to the appeal. Signature menu items include lemon-flavored grilled grouper and blackened or breaded fish of your choice. Blackboard specialties are usually a good bet. Seafood caesar salad makes a delicious starter. Other popular entrees include kingfish and stone crab. With the indoor/outdoor dining option, you can choose to sit overlooking the Miami River in good weather.
All frills aside, this restaurant may claim the distinction of serving the most delicious steaks in all of Miami. While the competition is fierce, local papers have declared this as the best steak in town for years. The atmosphere is relaxed, yet sophisticated. White linen tablecloths, a tile floor and huge windows combine to make a simple, yet stylish dining area. Along with the famous charbroiled center-cut steak, the restaurant serves seafood entrees such as cancun shrimp and lobster.
While Morton's may have originated far from the sunny beaches of Miami, locals embrace it. In fact, it is among the most popular steak houses in all of south Florida. Clubby, elegant and dimly lit, this is the quintessential Chicago steak house. At any given time, heavy hitters can be seen closing business deals in the privacy of secluded booths.Morton's is known for its juicy and thick steaks. Only the finest Grade A dry-aged beef is served.
This may look like a hole-in-the-wall, but do not let the bars on the window scare you away. There is nothing dangerous about this little Spanish restaurant, unless you are on a diet. Be sure to order some tapas, as they may prove to be enough for an entire meal. You will not believe the deals here: chicken and rice with shrimp, seafood soup, and other delicious dishes come for only a few dollars here. The dining area is tiny, with only a few tables and a counter space.
Charcuterie Restaurant is not an easy place to find, but it's worth the extra effort to discover. A favorite lunch spot in downtown Miami's Design District, it's a great place for a quick meal while checking out the shops frequented by interior decorators. There are two floors of comfortable and private dining space. The menu features a number of French staple items (such as pate and salad Nioise), as well as Florida specialties (mainly fresh seafood). Be sure to ask about the daily specials.
Soyka is one of the major feats of local restauranteur extraordinaire Mark Soyka (of the Cardozo Cafe and Van Dyke Cafe), and it shows every sign of achieving the same level of success. Soyka's downtown location is a little seedy, compared to sophisticated South Beach. The crowd is diverse; families and scenesters alike crowd into the packed dining area and cozy courtyard. The menu features primarily American favorites (roast chicken, burgers) with a few more exotic dishes such as sesame seared salmon.
Everything about this restaurant is authentically Colombian, from the lively atmosphere to the fabulous food. It brings a touch of home to natives of Colombia and is a welcome experience for all others. A variety of traditional dishes can be found here. Menu items include arepas which are white corn pancakes, empanadas that is stuffed with ground meat and grilled steak pounded thin and marinated in lemon and garlic.
This restaurant chain has branches appearing in high-powered business capitals around the country and offers a dark, imposing and pointedly sophisticated atmosphere, in which to enjoy upscale American favorites. The menu at The Capital Grille features sumptuous steaks, lobsters and the like for reasonable prices. Miami's version of the Grille is allegedly a USD4-million-plus architectural feat. Surfaces are polished to a gleam, the wine list is impressive and premium liquor flows freely.
Experience the flavors of Peru at CVI.CHE 105 in Downtown Miami. The first thing you will notice upon entering is the striking white decor, from the walls to the tables and chairs with splashes of color here and there providing a modern and beautiful contrast. On the menu, diners will find all the most beloved and traditional flavors of Peru authentically and deliciously represented. Although all the dishes are outstanding, make sure not to miss the restaurant's namesake ceviche dishes, of which they always have several different varieties to sample. Wash down your meal with one of their many cocktails made with the Peruvian liquor Pisco.
415 Northeast Second Avenue Top Floor, Miami Culinary Institute Miami, FL 33132
This rooftop restaurant is perched atop the Miami Culinary Institute and focuses on creating modern dishes influenced by all kinds of global cultures. Tuyo really emphasizes the use of the ingredients grown in the institute's garden and from the local area. The menu changes seasonally so as to use the freshest ingredients possible at all times. Examples of items that might be found on the menu include Mongolian Barbequed Veal Chop or Queso Fresco Stuffed Squash Blossom. Dine on "New World" Cuisine while enjoying beautiful views of Miami.
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Morton's Steakhouse serves up some of the best steak dishes
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