61 "Classic Establishment" restaurants in Miami.
Lecap Restaurant is a spot in North Miami that specializes in Haitian stew.
El Chalan is a Peruvian mainstay in South Beach serving up classics.
Le Tub is a classic Hollywood spot for seafood and burgers. There might be a wait, but it’s so worth it.
Etzel Itzik is an outstanding Israeli restaurant in Aventura. It’s casual, and pretty affordable too.
Rustic Inn is a classic Fort Lauderdale spot for crabs and other seafood.
The Surf Club is an upscale fine-dining spot in Surfside. It’s very expensive, but it delivers a pretty unforgettable dinner.
Tres Leches Factory in Doral is a classic Miami spot for tres leches cake.
Los Ranchos Steakhouse is a classic Nicaraguan spot for carne asada in Miami.
Pinolandia, a 24-hour fritanga in Little Havana, serves some great carne asada.
Matsuri is a casual Miami Japanese restaurant on Bird Road. There is almost always a wait, and that’s because the sushi here is excellent.
Burger Bob’s is an old school cash-only diner on a golf course in Coral Gables. The burgers are tasty and they serve breakfast too.
Pampangueña is a classic home-style Filipino spot in Cutler Bay. Whatever you do, order some leche flan for dessert.
Doral’s La Esquina Del Lechon is one of the best places for lechon asado in Miami.
Molina’s Ranch is a formal Cuban restaurant in Hialeah. Order the arroz moro and croquetas.
Piman Bouk Bakery is a cash-only Haitian bakery in Little Haiti serving up some great (and affordable) patties.