Where To Eat in Miami - #ExploreMiami Part 1
We've been living in Miami for about a couple of months now, and I'm a little ashamed to admit this: we have eaten out A BUNCH!
Not sure how much money we’ve spent on food in the past couple months, but I’m pretty sure it was A LOT. But hey, we’re still in slight “vacation mode” and I honestly don’t know when it’s going to stop feeling that way, but with that said, we have tried so many restaurants, so many types of different food that I think it was time for me to write a round-up of restaurants, coffee shops, and dessert spots to check out in Miami. I also shared some recommendations on what to order so you can skip guessing on what’s good.
I didn’t include ALL the places we visited. I’m only sharing places I recommend. I hope that you find this post helpful!
The Taco Stand (mexican)
Main: California Burrito (thank me later), Chicken Quesadilla, Carne Asada Fries
Sagrado Cafe (brunch, dessert)
Appies: Cheese Bread
Main: Madame B, ask for their special and if it’s the Beef something, get that because it’s bomb!
Latin Cafe 2000 (cuban)
Main: Cuban Eggs Benedict (weekends only), Chicken Linguine (BOMB), Carne Asada (a special on Fridays)
Dessert: Flan, Chocolate Chip Cheesecake, Churros Con Dulce De Leche
Stanzione 87 (italian pizza)
Main: Margherita Pizza, Carbonara Pizza
Piola (italian pizza)
Main: Carbonara Pizza (ask for white sauce), Honolulu
Ooh Raw! (acai & poke bowls)
Main: Michael’s Apartment Bowl + Filet Mignon Steak, Acai Bowl (I forgot which one we ordered but anything would be amazing!)
TIP: sit outside if it’s not too hot because it can get pretty smoky inside, and you’ll smell like food.
B Bistro + Bakery (bread, brunch, lunch)
Appies: Soup of the Day (the one we had was amazing)
Main: Mexican Avocado Toast, Salmon Burger, I ordered a sandwich the first time we went but I can’t remember what it was!!!
Dessert: Charcoal Croissant, Coffee
Appies: Mexican Nachos
Main: Tacos (Cochinita, Al Pastor)
El Patio 305 (colombian & latin cuisine)
Appies: Empanadas, Chicharron
Main: Sancocho Especial de Costilla de Res (soup), Bistec a la Colombiana (amazing!!), Bandeja Paisa (classic),
Drink: Mango en Leche
Main: Sandwich Cubano
Suviche (peruvian + asian fusion)
Main: Suviche Ceviche, Happy Hour Sushi
D Bakers (pastries, cakes, coffee) - Love their Nutella, Blueberry, and Raspberry cheesecakes, Ferrero Cream Puff
Dasher and Crank (ice cream) - They offer unique flavors. I had Ube Macapuno and Strawberry Cream Guava flavors.
Nabati (vegan & plastic-free ice cream shop) - Extremely unique flavors! Tasted a rose-flavored one and loved it! Try their Mango.
Cielito Artisan Pops (paletas/mexican popsicles) - You cannot go wrong with whatever flavor you pick
Morelia (paletas/mexican popsicles) - Particlarly enjoyed their Strawberry Yogurt paleta
Giache Crepes (crepes & coffee / plastic-free) - Tiramisu Crepe (they’re huge!)
Freddo - (ice cream, pastries, coffee) Try their Dulce De Leche Cappuccino and their mini Brownie with Dulce De Leche special
OMG Brigadeiros (pastries, chocolate, coffee) - This is sugar heaven! You’ll love their unique take on coffees, and their dessert manu is definitely for sweet-tooths!
Taiyaki NYC (ice cream) - Love their red bean “cone”, also looks really cute for Instagram
Bianco (gelato) - Organic gelato place with a lot of vegan and low-sugar options. A place to bring kids because they have a playroom in the back!
HONORABLE MENTION: Dior Cafe - Try their pastries and ask for their famous one
Panther Coffee - I love their iced mocha. One of the best coffee spots in town.
Pasion Del Cielo - What’s nice about this coffee shop is that you can choose your own coffee beans, making each drink personalized to your liking!
Selina Brawlers - One of the best mochas I’ve had in Miami
Juan Valdez Coffee - The Dulce de Leche frappuccino is to die for!
Joe & The Juice - I got an iced mocha and loved it!
So there you have it! These are all the places I can recommend to you right now and I hope that you found this post helpful!