Like martinis and retina scanners, eating at Hiden makes you feel like a spy. You’ll weave through a taco shop and enter a code next to a rear door, where you’d expect to find a laser beam-protected lair rather than this tiny Japanese omakase counter. Once you sit down, you’ll start with a few small appetizers before the eight courses of nigiri start. The $130 price tag is high, but since it’s one of the best meals and experiences you can have in the city, it’s worthwhile for a big night. It’s also one of the hardest reservations to get in Miami right now, so be sure to book a seat in advance.
More spots in WynwoodSee more
Zak The Baker in Wynwood serves fresh baked goods, deli sandwiches, and other Jewish comfort food.
Kyu in Wynwood serves a mash up of modern American and Korean BBQ, along with a big list of wine and sake.
Gramps is a fun bar in Wynwood with a big patio, excellent drag nights, and surprisingly good pizza out back.
More Japanese spotsSee more
1-800-Lucky is an Asian food hall in Wynwood - come with those friends who can never decide where to eat and get a frozen beer or slushie.
Baby Jane in Brickell serves strong drinks and Japanese drinking food, like ramen and friend chicken.
Naoe in Brickell serves the most over-the-top (and expensive) sushi omakase in the city, and it’s worth every penny.
Suggested by our writers
27 Restaurant is the one of the best spots in Miami Beach for a group with a varied menu and a space that looks like the home of your coolest friend.
Macchialina is a great, slightly more casual Italian spot in Miami, and if you head to the Miami Beach spot on Thursdays, pastas are $10 all night.
When you’ve had two to four more drinks than planned, head to La Sandwicherie in South Beach after a night out - they’re open until 5am.
Filter and browse restaurants near you
Text us for personalized recommendationsLearn more