The Miami outpost of this popular Hollywood original makes its home in the centrally located Wynwood neighborhood, where it peddles late-night Japanese fare to the area’s hungry (and often drunken) masses daily until 2am. Menu highlights at the unassuming spot include pork belly ($10) and soft shell crab ($11) steamed buns and tangy, sticky Gangnam wings ($11). It also boasts a selection of sushi rolls and special maki, as well as a GoBrunch menu featuring indulgent items like cheesy fried ($13), matcha french toast ($13) and a hangover ramen ($14) to soak up all of last night’s booze. But the real stars of the show are GoBistro’s steamy ramen bowls, among the best and most modestly priced in town (even if you opt for delivery). Choose from tonkotsu, miso, shoyu or spicy curry for $15 (veggie options are also available), or treat yourself with the tom yum shrimp ramen for $21. No matter which route you take, you’re in for a super satisfying, proper bowl of ramen: wavy, medium-thick noodles cooked to perfection in a complex, rich and well-seasoned broth.