Miami is a city that has always been known for its food. Whether it’s the Cuban, Puerto Rican or Italian cuisine that’s so prevalent here, there are plenty of restaurants to enjoy when you’re visiting. Here are my top 10 choices:


Juvia is a Japanese restaurant located in Miami Beach that has earned a Michelin star. It’s also a popular fine dining establishment, as well as one of the best restaurants in Miami.

The chef-owner of Juvia, Kentaro Yamada (who has worked at Nobu) serves up traditional Japanese fare with an inventive twist. For example: his signature dish is squid ink spaghetti with shrimp and scallops ($28). The restaurant itself offers plenty of seating options–you can dine inside or out–and there are also private rooms available for large parties or events if you need extra space!

Pubbelly Sushi

  • Location: Pubbelly Sushi is located at North Bay Village, which is one of Miami’s most popular neighborhoods. You can find this restaurant in the heart of the city and it’s surrounded by other amazing restaurants.
  • Cuisine: Pubbelly has an Asian fusion menu that includes sushi, ramen noodles, rice bowls and more! You can also order items off their daily specials menu if you’re looking for something unique or seasonal.
  • Price Range: Prices range from $12-30 per dish depending on what kind of meal you want to order (sushi rolls vs rice bowls). The average cost per person is around $30-40 depending on what kind of food items you choose from their extensive menu!
  • Hours: Monday – Thursday: 11am – 11pm Friday & Saturday: 11am – 12am Sunday Brunch 10am – 3pm Dinner 5pm – 10 pm Happy Hour 3pm – 6 pm Brunch 10 am until 3 pm

Joe’s Stone Crab

Joe’s Stone Crab is a Miami institution, and it’s been around for over 100 years. The restaurant is located in South Beach, which means that if you’re planning to go there during dinner time or on weekends/holidays/special occasions (you know what we’re saying), make sure to make reservations beforehand. Joe’s Stone Crab serves seafood–and most importantly: stone crab claws! The restaurant first opened its doors in 1913; today it has grown into one of the most famous restaurants in the country with locations all over America.

If you’re looking for someplace where both locals and tourists can enjoy themselves while getting their fill of delicious seafood dishes, then Joe’s Stone Crab should definitely be on your list!

Blue Collar

Blue Collar is a seafood restaurant in Miami. It’s also a steakhouse, bar and fine dining establishment. Blue Collar has been around since 1997, so they’ve had plenty of time to perfect their menu and service. They serve some of the best seafood in town–and we’re not just saying that because we’re from New York City!

The menu at Blue Collar changes daily based on what’s fresh at fish markets around town (or so we’ve heard). There are several different kinds of steaks available too; these include filet mignon ($34), ribeye ($45), porterhouse ($55) and bone-in ribeye ($60). If you’re looking for something lighter than meat then try their crab cakes or oysters Rockefeller appetizer ($15).

If you have more room left after your main course then try one of their desserts: key lime pie ($10), creme brulee ($11) or coconut cake with vanilla ice cream ($9).

Seaspice Boat & Grill

Seaspice Boat & Grill

If you’re looking for an unforgettable dining experience, Seaspice Boat & Grill is the place to go. Located on Watson Island in Biscayne Bay, this upscale restaurant offers spectacular views of Miami’s skyline while serving up creative dishes that are sure to please even the most discerning palates. The menu includes French-inspired cuisine with Asian influences and fresh seafood prepared in a variety of ways–you’ll find everything from bone marrow ravioli to lobster tacos on offer here. If you’re feeling adventurous, try out one of their tasting menus: an eight-course meal designed by Chef Jean Pierre Vigato himself! There’s also live music nightly and plenty of outdoor seating if you don’t mind being near boats or planes passing overhead (or if those things don’t bother you at all). Reservations are highly recommended unless it’s during off hours like lunchtime when there aren’t as many people around; otherwise expect waits upwards from two hours depending on what time during peak times such as Friday evening through Sunday afternoon/evening

Soya & Pomodoro

Soya & Pomodoro is a Japanese restaurant located in Miami Beach. The chef and owner of this restaurant is Masa Takayama, who has earned the reputation as one of the best chefs in America. The restaurant has received 4.5 stars on TripAdvisor and 4 stars on Yelp, which makes it one of the most popular restaurants in Miami Beach.

The menu offers traditional Japanese dishes such as sushi rolls, sashimi and tempura fried shrimp dumplings served with spicy mayonnaise sauce (tsumami). You can also try some signature dishes like beef tenderloin carpaccio with truffle oil dressing or sautéed foie gras served with caramelized apples slices

Hakkasan Miami

Hakkasan Miami is a Chinese restaurant located in the Fontainebleau Miami Beach. The Michelin star restaurant was opened in 2012, and it is considered to be one of the best high-end restaurants in Miami.

The menu features Cantonese cuisine with some modern twists on traditional dishes. You can find dishes like Peking Duck, Dim Sum and Seafood Soup Noodle Soup on their menu along with many other options that will satisfy any craving you might have for Chinese food!

La Mar by Gastón Acurio

If you’re looking for a good seafood restaurant in Miami, La Mar by Gastón Acurio is the place to go. This Peruvian restaurant offers some of the best seafood dishes in town. The restaurant is located on Collins Avenue in Miami Beach, which means that it’s close to all the action on South Beach but far enough away from it that you won’t have too much noise or crowds around you when you eat your meal (or drink).

The food at La Mar is well-known for being fresh and flavorful–and don’t worry if you’re not sure how everything tastes because there are lots of options available so everyone can find something they like! If seafood isn’t really your thing but still want to try something new anyway then check out their famous ceviche dish: shrimp marinated with lime juice mixed with scallops served over sweet potato puree topped off with avocado slices and microgreens salad greens… yummmmmmmyyyyyy!!

Kiki on the River

Kiki on the River is a great place to eat with friends, or family. The waiters are friendly and helpful, and they have a wide variety of options for everyone in your party. You can get anything from pizza to sushi here!

If you’re looking for something that’s not too expensive but still has quality food, then Kiki on the River is definitely worth checking out.

Le Chick Miami Beach

Location: The restaurant is located in Mid-Beach, a few blocks from the beach on Washington Avenue.

Food: Mediterranean cuisine with French influences, including duck confit and wild boar pate.

Menu: The menu changes regularly but usually includes items like lamb chops or grilled salmon. Prices range from $18-$24 for appetizers and salads to $28-$38 for entrees. There’s also a lunch menu available Monday through Friday ($15-$20). Specialties include beef Wellington and seafood bouillabaisse; vegetarian options are available upon request. Wine list includes over 80 selections by the bottle or glass (ranging from $30-$200), plus champagne cocktails ($30) at happy hour (Monday-Friday 4pm-7pm). Reservations are recommended; call 305-531-3322 or book online via OpenTable at

These are the top restaurants in Miami

These are the top 10 restaurants in Miami. They offer different types of food, different prices and experiences for you to enjoy.

  • The Forge: This is a great place to go if you want seafood or steak
  • Seaspice: This restaurant serves Asian fusion cuisine
  • Prime 112: This restaurant has an open kitchen where you can watch them cook your food while they sing songs from Broadway shows (if they’re not busy cooking). It’s also known as “the place where Dan Marino eats every time he goes out with his wife” because it’s so good!


There are so many amazing restaurants in Miami, it can be hard to choose just one. However, if you’re looking for the best of the best, these ten are sure to please every palate.