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The 30 best Miami restaurants

Feast on the finest food in Florida with our ultimate Miami restaurant guide

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The best Miami coffee shops and cafés

Wake up to the city’s thriving bean scene with our guide to Miami coffee shops and cafés

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The best Miami diners

Fill up on coffee, a bite to eat and friendly atmos at the best diners in Miami

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The best sandwich shops in Miami

From baguettes and subs to melts and clubs—open wide for Miami sandwich perfection

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Miami restaurants by cuisine

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Barton G the Restaurant

Owned by Barton G Weiss, an A-list caterer, this unique restaurant manages to be both plush and cozy. Fabulous American cuisine is funked up with...

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  • 5 out of 5 stars
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The Forge

Local legend has it that Al Capone is alive and well and living in this steakhouse’s acclaimed wine cellar. The place itself is a rococo-lover’s fantasy:...

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Puerto Sagua

The best place for breakfast on Collins is this trad (as in authentically old, rather than retro) Cuban diner. Choose from a long list of set combinations,...

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  • 4 out of 5 stars
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Joe's Stone Crab

South Florida’s most famous restaurant, Joe’s (which turned 100 in 2013) is as much a Miami must-see as Ocean Drive. It attracts locals, tourists and celebs,...

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  • 4 out of 5 stars
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Bazaar by José Andrés

Everything about the SLS is painfully hip, including the Bazaar, its house restaurant. Opened in 2012 by culinary giant José Andrés, the Bazaar has already...

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  • 5 out of 5 stars
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Tobacco Road

Al Capone once drank and gambled at the century-old Road, which holds the oldest liquor license in Miami-Dade County. These days it’s renowned as a live...

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  • 4 out of 5 stars
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