106 "Walk-Ins" restaurants in Miami.
Cerro Negro Restaurant in Fontainebleau is a casual Nicaraguan spot serving great food.
Raspados Loly’s in Sweetwater serves up raspados, an icy Nicaraguan dessert.
Puerto Sagua is a casual Cuban restaurant in South Beach good for a quick lunch.
The Shores is a seafood vendor inside The Citadel. Everything here is good, especially the fried oyster sandwich.
1811 is a Uruguayan and Paraguayan food truck that parks in Edgewater. They have great sandwiches, including a chivito.
Foirette is a vendor inside a Design District food hall. They serve really good rotisserie chicken.
Poke OG is a casual sushi and poke spot in Downtown great for takeout or a quick roll.
Sushi Yasu Tanaka is a vendor inside the Design District’s MIA Market. They serve some of the best sushi in Miami.
B-Side is a vendor inside 1-800-Lucky. They serve some really great sushi perfect for a quick meal before a night out.
Sushi Chef is a great, casual Japanese restaurant on Coral Way perfect for an easy lunch or dinner.
Su-Shin Izakaya is a very good Japanese restaurant in Coral Gables perfect for a quick lunch or easy dinner.
La Traila is a casual barbecue spot in Miami Lakes. The ribs, cornbread, and banana pudding are pretty tasty.
Groovin’ Bean is a chill coffee shop in Overtown. If you want something sweet, get the Banana Pudding Frappe.