As with pretty much all hotel restaurants in South Beach, you can expect higher-than-average prices and a slightly touristy crowd at Osteria Morini. However, it’s still possible to have a very enjoyable meal here, especially if you sit outside. All the outdoor tables are arranged along a narrow little canal that can make you feel like you’re in Venice, if you squint hard and have had more than two negronis. Pasta is the move here, and it’s solid - especially the torcia nera and cappelletti.
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Puerto Sagua Restaurant
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Abbey Brewing Company
The Abbey is a little pub that’s surprisingly divey (in a good way) for being located on Lincoln Road.
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Via Emilia 9
Via Emilia 9 is a relatively quiet Italian spot in South Beach good for fresh pasta and some wine.
MiMo’s ’O Munaciello has a slightly strange decor, but also serves one of the best Neapolitan pizzas in Miami.
The Alley is an Italian restaurant - and quite possibly the only place worth sitting down and eating on Ocean Drive.
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Orilla Bar & Grill
Orilla is a pretty Argentinian restaurant inside Urbanica The Euclid Hotel. It’s a good spot to share some small plates and have cocktails.
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