Pubbelly Noodle Bar isn’t somewhere that can be defined by just one dish, but the mofongo pork belly ramen should give you a good idea of what you’re getting into at this Bayshore spot. It’s an Asian-inspired gastropub serving some of the most unique food you’ll find in Miami, with two daily Happy Hours (6-7pm and 10pm to close) and a large wrap-around bar. Stop by for dinner before heading out for the night, or for some post-bar noodles when you get tired of waiting 20 minutes to get a drink elsewhere.
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The Broken Shaker in South Beach is where to go for drinks on a tree-lined patio by a pool and to get away from the nearby clubs.
Upland is where to go to escape the clubs and chain steakhouses of South Pointe, while also enjoying some really good pizza and pasta.
Joe's Stone Crab
Joe’s Stone Crab is the 100-year-old seafood restaurant in South Pointe that’s famous for starting the stone crab craze.
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Naoe in Brickell serves the most over-the-top (and expensive) sushi omakase in the city, and it’s worth every penny.
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.
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You can’t leave Miami without eating Cuban food at Versailles - head there during the day for a sandwich or for dinner in their ornate dining room.
Hiden is a $130 omakase restaurant in the back of a taco place in Wynwood - it’s one of the best special occasion meals in the city.
Phuc Yea is one of the most creative spots in Miami, with a Vietnamese-Cajun menu and a colorful space in MiMo.
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