43 "Classic Establishment" restaurants in Miami.
S&N Vegetables is a classic ventanita in Hialeah. The cash-only spot serves great Cuban sandwiches and batidos.
Fish House is a South Miami seafood restaurant with a huge menu and weekly live music.
Bagel Cove is a classic deli in Aventura. The bagels here are great and they also have deli sandwiches.
Golden Rule is a seafood market and restaurant in Palmetto Bay. It’s been around forever and has a great selection of fresh local fish.
Captain’s Tavern is an old school seafood restaurant in South Miami with a huge menu and seafood market next door.
Plaza Seafood is a casual market and restaurant where you can eat fantastic fried seafood or buy a fish to-go.
Robert Is Here is a market in Homestead that sells great produce, homemade sauces, and excellent milkshakes.
Tio Colo is a Hialeah restaurant best known for its Cuban ice cream sandwiches, or bocaditos de helado.
Arbetter’s is a classic spot in Westchester where generations of Miamians go for hot dogs and cheese fries.
Joe’s Stone Crab is a seafood restaurant in South Beach that’s over 100-years-old. It’s famous for long waits and stone crabs.
Knaus Berry Farm is a classic bakery in Homestead where people wait hours in line for incredibly good cinnamon rolls.
Frankie’s is a classic spot on Bird Road that serves square pizzas with a crispy crust.
Piman Bouk is a classic Little Haiti restaurant where you’ll find really good versions of goat, oxtail, and more Haitian dishes.
Going to La Palma for churros and hot chocolate has become a Miami tradition every time it’s cold.
Naomi’s is a classic spot in Little Haiti serving Haitian and Caribbean food. You can take it to-go or eat it in their pretty courtyard.