19 "Literally Everyone" restaurants in Miami.
Eating tongue is fun every once in a while. But you're usually looking for something just as memorable, and way more crowd pleasing. Here are the restaurants that will satisfy (and impress) your artsy roommate, new mother-in-law, and everyone in between.
Sanguich De Miami in Little Havana makes the best Cuban sandwiches in the city.
Zak The Baker is a Wynwood bakery where you will find the best breads and pastries in Miami.
Kush serves some of Miami’s best burgers. It’s in one of the quieter corners of Wynwood, and best for small groups.
Stephen’s Deli is a classic Jewish deli in Hialeah that has some modern touches and a cocktail bar in the back.
Itamae is a stall within the Design District’s St. Roch Market, and they serve the best Nikkei food in Miami.
Lucali in Sunset Harbour is where to go for the best NY-style pizza in Miami - and just some of the best pizza in Miami, period.
MiMo’s tiny Blue Collar is kind of like an upscale diner, serving a great cheeseburger, big sandwiches, and braised meats.
Little Havana’s Versailles is the most famous Cuban restaurant on the planet, but it’s thankfully also still good.
Stanzione 87 is a minimal Italian spot in Brickell that serves some of the best Neapolitan pizzas in Miami.
El Rey De Las Fritas in Little Havana is a bright diner that serves our favorite fritas in Miami.
Tropical Chinese on Bird Road is our favorite place in Miami for dim sum.
Joe’s Stone Crab is a 100-year-old seafood restaurant in South Pointe that’s famous for starting the stone crab craze.
Yardbird Southern Table & Bar in South Beach serves fried chicken and other Southern classics in a stylish space.
Eating House is a solid brunch option in Coral Gables with a random mix of food ranging from fried chicken and waffles to scallops.
Time Out Market is a big food hall on Lincoln Road with some pretty good local restaurants inside.