38 "Walk-Ins" restaurants in Miami.
Mr. Mandolin is a Greek restaurant inside the Vagabond Hotel in MiMo. They have very good gyros, kebabs, and salads.
Lil’ Laos is a Laotian food pop-up that operates out of different restaurants around Miami.
Magdoos is a Lebanese spot in Wynwood with some outdoor seating and a menu of classic dishes.
Crust is a strange Italian restaurant on the Miami River with pizza that isn’t very good.
Kraken Crudo is a sushi spot in Edgewater. There’s really no need to come here unless you’re dying for some raw fish.
Fuchai is an Edgewater restaurant serving a mix of Chinese and Korean food. It’ll work if you’re desperate for either - otherwise, skip it.
La Leggenda is a pizzeria in South Beach that makes very good Neapolitan pizza. It’s your best bet when it comes to eating on Española Way.
Frankie’s is a classic spot on Bird Road that serves square pizzas with a crispy crust.
Finka Table & Tap in Tamiami serves a mix of Cuban, Korean, and Peruvian fusion that mostly works very well. The cocktails are good too.
Sur is a Little Haiti spot that serves empanadas and sandwiches. It’s good for a quick lunch.
Piman Bouk is a classic Little Haiti restaurant where you’ll find really good versions of goat, oxtail, and more Haitian dishes.
Craft Food & Beer is a small, casual restaurant in Little Haiti. They do a good burger, and the food is way more exciting than their name.
La Piazzetta Pizzeria is a casual Italian restaurant near Little Haiti that serves solid Neapolitan pizza.
Clive’s is a simple restaurant in Little Haiti that serves some of the city’s best Jamaican food.
Going to La Palma for churros and hot chocolate has become a Miami tradition every time it’s cold.