It’s an exciting time for Miami Beach restaurants and the local culinary scene. Along with the area’s collection of top-shelf Cuban and Latin restaurants, top chefs from around the world have added new flavors and influences to the face of Miami dining.
Carrying on the strong Cuban tradition of many Miami Beach restaurants, Havana 1957 combines the culture’s notable cuisine with an exciting atmosphere. When dining here, guests enjoy a flavorful collection of menu items and an interior aesthetic reminiscent of 1950s Cuba.
With so many Cuban restaurants in Miami Beach, the nation’s influence on Miami cuisine extends far and wide. Beyond Cuba, Miami Beach cuisine pulls in influence from Mexico and Latin America. Huahua’s Taqueria is a favorite spot amongst locals for tacos, margaritas and more. For a guaranteed flavor storm, try the Chili-Rubbed Shrimp Tacos and Guaco Tacos with Fried Avocados during your visit!
Taking advantage of a close proximity to the ocean, Poseidon Restaurant and Outdoor Lounge serves up fresh and delicious seafood on its mouth-watering Greek menu. When you go to this Miami Beach restaurant, you must be sure to order the signature Whole Fish on the Grill, or one of Poseidon’s other out-of-the-ordinary menu items, including Wild Boar Chops.
Sushi Couture delivers fresh Miami Beach seafood with an international twist, maintaining one of the most creative and consistently satisfying menus in the entire city. Celebrity chef Kevin Chun creates some creative treats, including Salmon with Sauteed Tomato Sushi and Truffle Edamame.
Our favorite Miami Beach restaurant, Fix creates classic American dishes with fresh, local ingredients and imaginative additions. Fix’s modern-yet-rustic aesthetic complements its natural, ingredients-first approach to food. Some favorites at the Blue Moon’s in-house restaurant include the Rock Shrimp and Stone Crab Omelette and Pork Belly Benedict.