19 "Latin" Restaurants in Miami.
Cafe La Trova on Calle Ocho is a huge Cuban restaurant with live music, great cocktails, and very good food.
Little Havana’s La Camaronera serves great seafood in a casual space. It’s also where you’ll find the incredible pan con minuta sandwich.
Itamae is a stall within the Design District’s St. Roch Market, and they serve the best Nikkei food in Miami.
Arson is a Downtown spot that specializes in meat and seafood and tends to light a lot of their dishes on fire.
Chef Creole is where to go in Little Haiti for classic Haitian dishes like conch, griot, and stewed oxtail.
La Placita is a bright Puerto Rican spot in MiMo serving classic dishes like mofongo and chicharrones de pollo.
Pubbelly Sushi is a fun spot in Sunset Harbour that’s good for sharing some sushi and small plates.
La Mar by Gaston Acurio in Brickell Key serves Peruvian food, including a variety of cebiches, and has a great view of the harbor.
Three is an upscale restaurant in Wynwood with a pretty dining room that works for a special occasion.
El Bajareque is a little restaurant on the border of Wynwood that has the best Puerto Rican food in the area.
La Moon is a casual Colombian spot in Brickell famous for incredibly large hot dogs covered in an equally incredible amount of sauce.
Quinto La Huella is an upscale Uruguayan restaurant in the East Hotel. It’s expensive, but the food is great.
Glass and Vine is a Latin fusion restaurant on the edge of a park in Coconut Grove, and you should definitely sit outside.
SuViche is a good place to grab a quick lunch or dinner in South Beach. They do Peruvian/Japanese food here, including sushi and ceviche.
Moises Bakery is a casual Latin bakery in North Beach where you’ll want to focus on the empanadas.