Hoteles & Restaurantes

Restaurantes

MIAMI BEACH

Casa Tua

This hidden enclave seems more like a beautiful Italian villa than a restaurant, and the intimate setting is ideal for its exquisite Mediterranean dinners. 1700 James Ave., Miami Beach,

Tel: 305.673.1010.

www.casatualifestyle.com/miami/

 

Juvia

From celebrated restaurateurs Jonas and Alexandra Millan of Bonito in St. Barts, this indoor/outdoor eatery at the top of the 1111 Building features some serious culinary talent in the kitchen: executive chefs Laurent Cantineaux and Sunny Oh, sous chef karou Chang and pastry chef Gregory Gourreau. On the menu?  Crudos and ceviches, a cod bar and signature entrees like milk-fed pork confit and Hawaiian blue prawns. 1111 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach,

Tel: 305.763.8272

www.juviamiami.com

 

Nobu Miami

A new location means new tastes and sensations. Old favorites are still on the Nobu menu, but new specialties like red snapper in phyllo dough, toro nigiri with jalapeno, and salmon noshi with yuzu juice and truffle oil have also been added. This Nobu is one of the few to serve some of its items for breakfast. Nobu Eden Roc, 4525 Collins Ave., Miami Beach,

Tel: 305.695.3232

www.noburestaurants.com/miami/home/

 

Prime Italian

Part of the Prime One Twelve family, Prime Italian lives up to its pedigree. If you must, sample selections from its carnivorous counterpart, such as the 48-ounce porterhouse steak for two, but also save room for the 500-day-aged prosciutto. Miami Heat player sightings are common. 101 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach.

Tel: 305.695.8484

www.mylesrestaurantgroup.com

 

BRICKELL/DOWNTOWN

Amara at Paraiso

Michael Schwartz’s  latest establishment is all about Latin American  flavors and costal ingredients. Menu highlights include the banana leaf-wrapped cobia and the grilled beef short rib with shaved cabbage. 3101 NE Seventh Ave., Miami,

Tel: 305.702.5528

www.amaraatparaiso.com

 

 

Cipriani Downtown Miami

Elegance sets the tone at this Miami outpost of the Venice original. Set amid a décor of nautical influences and art deco touches, the menu here nods to Italian classics, such as carpaccio, eggplant alla Parmagiana and spaghetti with clams. The potato gnocchi is a must for big appetites. And for dessert, look no further than the made-on-the-premesis ice creams. 465 Brickell Ave., Miami,

Tel: 786.329.4090

www.cipriani.com/restaurant/?loc=miami

 

Quinto La Huella

The U.S. sibling to Uruguay’s world-famous Parador La Huella, this  restaurant impresses with specialties that come from red-hot grills and wood-fired ovens. Meats here, of which there are plenty, are a must. EAST, Miami, 788 Brickell Plaza, Miami,

Tel: 786.805.4646

www.quintolahuella.com 

 

DESIGN DISTRICT/MIDTOWN/NORTH MIAMI/UPPER EAST SIDE & WYNWOOD 

Le Sirenuse

A symbol of Italy’s new dolce vita, elegant, intimate Amalfi Coast hotel Le Sirenuse crosses the Atlantic to moor in the gloriously restored ballroom and loggia of 1930s society icon The Surf Club. Le Sirenuse Restaurant & Champagne Bar At The Surf Club Miami brings to Surfside all the Mediterranean magic, genuine southern Italian cuisine and high service standards that generations of guests have learned to associate with the celebrated Italian hospitality legend. 9101 Collins Ave, Surfside,

Tel: 786.482.2280

www.sirenusemiami.com/en

 

MC Kitchen

Chef Dena Marino has taken over te former Fratelli Lyon space with her Italian take on farm-to-table cusine. The must-haves on the menu include the piadina, a sandwich-meets-pizza-meets-salad delicacy, and the crispy black risotto with octopus. 4141 NE Second Ave., Miami,

Tel: 305.456.9948

www.mckitchenmiami.com

 

Salumeria 104

Based on the Italian concept of a salumi shop, this new casual eatery from the Graspa Group features a variety of ready-made dishes, salumi, homemade breads and pastas that can be consumed on-site or purchased to go. 3451 NE First Ave., Miami,

Tel: 305.424.9588

www.salumeria104.com

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