Miami is often considered one of the best party cities in the world, with its renowned nightlife including star-studded nightclubs and plenty of music festivals. However, did you know that the party town has a whole world of culinary delights to discover? The multicultural city offers an incredible culinary scene that showcases the best of all the cultures that have come together in this city. Here are the places you should not miss.
Mandolin Aegean Bistro
Mandolin Aegean Bistro is a beautiful backyard restaurant that has a beautiful garden from which many ingredients are sourced. Greek and Turkish dishes are divine. Be sure to order the Greek Sampler, the whole sea bass, the baked eggplant casserole and the grilled octopus.
Byblos is another Mediterranean-inspired place, ideal for large groups. The huge menu has endless options, so don’t hesitate and order plenty of dishes to share. Be sure to try the hamachi with jalapeno labneh, the small gem salad with falafel, the wild mushroom pide, the cucumber and lime and the grilled branizo.
Zak the baker
Zak the Baker is a wonderful bakery and restaurant, offering freshly baked breads, pastries and delicious, upscale deli dishes in the heart of Wynwood, a trendy Miami neighborhood teeming with graffiti art and cute little shops. Be sure to try the cold smoked salmon with sourdough cream cheese. Of course you also have to try their famous babka chocolate cake.
Taquiza is located on the famous Collins Ave in South Beach, where you will find the most delicious chips and guacamole. Blue masa corn chips are incredibly delicious and are served perfectly hot. Of course, you can’t miss their delicious tacos either. Don’t forget to try a margarita as well.
Shutter and Vino
If you are looking for Italian, look no further than Pane & Vino. Although it is a bit pricey, it is well worth it. The Ravioli Mari & Monti are the star, with handmade ravioli filled with porcini mushrooms, shrimp and a cherry tomato sauce.