When looking for world-class dining or the hottest club scene in America, look no further than Miami, FL. Whether you're planning a visit or already live in this multi-cultural Mecca, Miami is an international gateway to exquisite cuisine.
The best place in town to go for aged beef or fresh seafood. An ideal place for power meetings, our favorites ranged from the lobster and crab cakes to pan-fried calamari and the 24 ounce grilled porterhouses.
Meat lovers will have a perfect opportunity to experience many different types of meat while experiencing attentive and interactive service that is not overwhelming. The wine menu is extensive and well rounded. The views are spectacular. The dessert menu is exotic and delicious. One fixed price provides limitless food options.
Located inside the Mandarin Oriental, Azul features one of the city's best wine lists and a breathtaking view of Biscayne Bay. Clay Conley's upscale cuisine brings an Asian twist to classic Mediterranean flavors at Azul. The rising star chef honed his culinary reputation at Todd English‚Äôs acclaimed Olives restaurant, where he served as executive chef and culinary director. Dinner at Azul is an unforgettable experience.
This acclaimed Italian restaurant frequently wins top billing from a variety of Miami restaurant polls. Cafe Prima Pasta is known for their sumptuous homemade pasta, chicken and veal dishes.
Emeril Lagasse brings his unique cajun cuisine to the sands of South Beach where he blends Louisiana's Creole cooking with the fresh flavors of South Florida and the Latin-tinged spice of the Caribbean. Located in the historic St. Moritz Hotel building at the Lowes Miami Beach Hotel.