No matter the time of year, sunset dinners at Juvia are marked by candy-colored skies. Consider it a free show or part of the experience when you dine at the Lincoln Road restaurant. Not there for the sweeping views of South Beach? Rest assured, the food doesn’t play second fiddle to the skyline. The Japanese-Peruvian menu impresses with all kinds of ceviches as well as cooked fish, like the tasty Chilean sea bass.
It’s tough to complain about outdoor dining in Miami. We have loads of waterfront restaurants, cafes with charming patios and a bunch of Miami parks where we can picnic whenever we want. Rooftop restaurants in Miami are another al-fresco dining option we’re blessed with in the 305m and the options range dramatically in terms of vibes and views. You have the spots that are soaring and sexy, the spacious places where the extra room makes up for the average views and the ones with excellent cocktail programs so they really double as rooftop bars. Miami, ready to take it to the next level? Make your way to these excellent rooftop spots.