In the dozen years since it opened, Xixón has grown from a small deli serving patrons at repurposed wine-barrel tables into a restaurant that seats more than 200 people. It’s now one of Miami’s most popular spots for traditional Spanish food. Savor classic dishes such as juicy meatballs and stir-fried garbanzos, or try one of the weekly specials like Thursday’s popular black rice with squid ink and shrimp. The cold bar dispenses ready-made tapas like sardines, potato salad and deviled eggs. A small market sells charcuterie and house-made marzipan among other goodies.
2101 SW 22nd St
|Cross street:||at Coral Way|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Thu 11am–10pm; Fri, Sat 11am–11pm; Sun noon–5pm|
|Transport:||Bus 22, 24|