This museum restaurant is no afterthought. Leku serves food from the Basque region of Spain but doesn’t let you forget you’re in Miami either. The dining room has open garage doors that blend in with Leku’s covered patio lined with native plants. If you choose to sit outside, overhead fans keep things cool as you eat the kind of creative, colorful dishes you’d expect at a fancy museum restaurant: purple beet tartare dotted with a green basil emulsion that looks like dollops of oil paint. And no visit to Leku is complete without the dessert you almost don't even have to ask for: a gooey Basque cheese tart and rocher of sorbet.