If you’re planning a trip to Miami, chances are that you’ll want to grab a bite to eat while you’re there.
A little pre-planning goes a long way. Taking the time to learn about what Miami’s unique and diverse neighborhoods have to offer will mean that you don’t waste endless hours trawling the streets looking for the best spots when your stomach starts growling.
The good news for you is that we’ve made it nice and easy by shining the light on the top five stylish joints to enjoy delectable cuisine.
With countless restaurants around the world, Maoz Vegetarian serves up some of the best falafel that you’ll ever taste. Prices include unlimited toppings from the salad bar, so don’t be afraid to load up on the tabouli, red cabbage, or roasted cauliflower. Located on Washington Avenue, just a stone’s throw away from Lincoln Road, everything on the menu is entirely vegetarian, with much also being vegan and gluten-free.
Buena Vista Deli
Start the day out right, with delicious homemade fruit jelly, freshly cooked breads still warm from the oven, and melt-in-your-mouth croissants. Prices are extremely reasonable, and later in the day you can even grab a casual dinner or lunch for less than $9. Fresh flavors, flaky pastries, and complex salads make Buena Vista Deli a favorite spot for French-inspired fare.
Jaguar Ceviche Spoon Bar & LatAm Grill
Fuelling Miami’s flourishing Mexican food scene, Jaguar serves up fresh and colorful cuisine inspired by the flavors of Latin America. Situated in the heart of Miami’s lush Coconut Grove, enjoy a choice of classic or contemporary dishes all lovingly prepared by a well-trained kitchen staff. From the enchanting boutique wines to the creative signature cocktails, their exciting menu has something to please even the most discerning of taste buds.
Warm and welcoming, Harry’s Pizzeria is the go-to spot for the ultimate wood-oven speciality pizzas in town. There are many things to fall in love with at Harry’s, with the creative pizza topping combinations being top of the list. The food is inexpensive; all pizzas are shareable and priced below $15. There is also an incredible selection of craft beers, good wines, and so much more. Be sure to try the polenta fries with a side of housemade spicy ketchup.
Sublime Restaurant & Bar
For something totally different, make your way to the innovative Sublime restaurant in Fort Lauderdale. Attracting celebrities such as Pamela Anderson, Alicia Silverstone, Paul McCartney, and Alec Baldwin, Sublime boasts an award-winning vegan menu featuring food from around the globe. Named in USA Today’s top ten for serving food with a clear conscience, this bustling joint has an upbeat and eclectic atmosphere. All of the proceeds go to organizations that promote animal welfare.
Miami is laden with restaurants, many of which aren’t worth a second look, but armed with the above list and some local neighborhood information from Gogobot, you’ll be able to taste the best eats and treats that this city has to offer.