Top 5 restaurants in Miami, Florida

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Here’s our rundown of Miami’s five not-to-be-missed eateries.

Here’s our rundown of Miami’s five not-to-be-missed eateries.

Samuel Gorenstein of My Ceviche, Miami, Florida, USA
Samuel Gorenstein of My Ceviche, Miami, Florida. Photo: myceviche.com

For a taste of South America – My Ceviche

Address: 235 Washington Avenue
USP: Freshest ceviche in town
Try: Naturally, the shrimp ceviche “tradicional” style

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Mac n cheese at Yardbird, Miami, Florida, USA
Mac n cheese at Yardbird, Miami. Photo: runchickenrun.com

For good ol’ comfort food – Yardbird

Address: 1600 Lenox Avenue
USP: Classic, Southern soul food for sharing done with style
Try: Llewellyn’s Fine Fried Chicken, Mac N’ Cheese and the Sweet Tea-Brined Southern Ribs

Barton G. The Restaurant, Miami, Florida, USA
One of the cocktails served at Barton G. The Restaurant, Miami. Photo: bartongtherestaurant.com

For fine dining – Barton G The Restaurant

Address: 1427 West Avenue
USP: Renowned for exquisite cuisine (be prepared to pay for it) and a fun, theatrical dining experience – think samurai swords for cutting and dry ice foaming cocktails – make a meal of things…in a good way
Try: The lobster pop tarts (served in replica toaster)

Blue Collar, Miami, Florida, USA
Blue Collar, Miami. Photo: bluecollarmiami.com

For a local vibe – Blue Collar

Address: 6730 Biscayne Blvd
USP: Down to earth food, served in a down to earth setting with down to earth prices…a refreshing change from the typical high end Miami eatery
Try: The hangar steak, the honest worker’s choice

For a trip to Argentina without a passport – Graziano’s (Coral Gables location)

Address: 394 Giralda Ave
USP: Exceptional South American wine selection
Try: The traditional homemade empanadas, or push the boat out with the hand cut wet aged grilled beef bone-in rib eye steak

These recommendations are courtesy of Miami Culinary Tours. At the time of publishing ranked #2 for activities in Miami by tripadvisor, they run food tours around South Beach and Little Havana led by passionate local foodies.

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Top 5 restaurants in Miami, Florida was last modified: September 10th, 2015 by Brett Ackroyd
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