A much-needed and welcomed addition to Time Out Market, Clyde's Caribbean is Christopher Leacock’s modern-day Trinidadian restaurant. Also known as Jillionaire, the former Major Lazer DJ presents a range of dishes that explore the island's depth of flavors as well as its African and Indian influences, including a fragrant coconut curry shrimp and soul-warming pumpkin corn soup. One of the many highlights is the bake sandwich, a popular street food fish made with lightly fried fish and served with an airy, fried dough bread. Clyde's offers theirs with mahi, shrimp, chicken or chickpea so there's a bake for everyone in your party.
April 2022: The restaurant scene in Miami continues to blow us away with anticipated openings and new ventures from established chefs we know and love. This season, we’re seeing an emergence of innovation as well as deference to far-flung places, be it Spain, Italy or beyond. There’s a return to the classics, we’re talking about burgers, sandwiches and hot dogs—the feel-good Americana food everyone can get behind. Looking to sample the best new restaurants in Miami? Check out our picks below.
You rule the city’s food scene: You’ve wined and dined at the best restaurants in Miami and best bars in South Beach, and if someone wants to know where to get brunch in Miami, you’re their go-to Benedict boss, mimosa master, pancake prince—well, you get the idea. The coffee shops in Miami? They know your name, they know your order and they know you mean business. But there’s always something fresh to discover, and new to learn—that’s part of the reason you love the Magic City so much. Stay up to date—and keep your in-the-know status—with our guide to the best new restaurants Miami is welcoming to town right now.