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When you want a low-key (but delicious) dinner, go to one of these Miami restaurants.
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MiMo’s ’O Munaciello has a slightly strange decor, but also serves one of the best Neapolitan pizzas in Miami.
Basilic Vietnamese Grill
Basilic is a casual North Miami Beach spot that should be in everyone’s rotation of Miami Vietnamese options.
Midorie is a casual Coconut Grove spot where you can get quality sushi for reasonable prices.
Zucca is a quiet, comfortable Italian restaurant inside Coral Gables’ Hotel St. Michel that makes great pasta. It's perfect for dinner with the parents.
Love Life Cafe
Love Life Cafe is a laid-back vegan spot serving some pretty tasty smoothies and acai bowls alongside vegan burgers and arepas.
Sur is a perfect casual lunch option in Little Haiti. They serve empanadas, sandwiches, and salads at affordable prices in a small, cute dining room.
Paolo Fontanot Bakery & Cafe
Paolo Fontanot is an Italian bakery and cafe inside a residential building in Edgewater. It works great for a quiet lunch or getting some work done.
Mamma Leone Bakery Little River
Mamma Leone is a bakery in Little River where you can find some great sandwiches, baked goods, pizza, and loaves of bread to take home.
Shibui Japanese Restaurant
Kendall’s Shibui is a classic Japanese spot with a vintage interior and solid food.
Lemoni is a little neighborhood cafe in Buena Vista serving good sandwiches, wraps, and more slightly healthy-ish food.
Chug’s is a Cuban diner serving classic dishes with unique twists. It’s a great option for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Lo De Lea
Lo de Lea is a small Argentinian restaurant in MiMo that works for a happy hour glass of wine or a steak.
Oishi Thai is a quiet restaurant in North Miami that serves some really good sushi and Thai dishes.
Rincon Escondido Cafe
Rincon Escondido is a tiny spot in Edgewater that does Spanish tapas and some Argentinian plates. It’s good for a quiet dinner or casual meal.
Wabi Sabi Miami
Wabi Sabi is a great Japanese restaurant in the Upper Eats Side that serves donburi, temaki, and more excellent sushi.
Pinch Kitchen is a spot in the Upper East Side that feels super casual, but serves a wide range of really great food.
Ono Poke Shop
Ono Poke is a casual spot in Wynwood that serves surprisingly good poke and lets you build your own bowl.
Bali Cafe is a colorful cash-only restaurant in Downtown serving some very good traditional Indonesian food.