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If you’re considering moving to Miami, FL, soon, you’ve got a lot to look forward to! This dynamic city is known for its beautiful beaches, fantastic architecture, exciting nightlife, and booming culinary scene.
Miami is a foodie destination, with cuisine from around the region and the world taking center stage. Though the choices seem endless, here are a few favorite Miami eateries you will want to take advantage of.
Chef Niven Patel has made a name for Mamey in Coral Gables, FL, by focusing on flavors from around the Caribbean and Latin America, with the flavors of India thrown into the mix. Known for its creative cocktails and menu, Mamey was featured on The New York Times’ “Best 50 Restaurants in the U.S. for 2022” list.
Make sure to catch dishes, including Jamaican short rib empanadas, (shelled) mussels in spicy tomato compote, and lemongrass curry grouper. In addition, customers rightly rave about the innovative cocktails. Spicy margaritas, anyone?
Ceviches by Devino
With several locations around Miami, Ceviches by Devino is the perfect place to take advantage of that fresh Miami seafood. It’s also a great place to relax and enjoy a fresh, healthy meal in a casual yet upscale setting.
The brothers who founded it put a strong emphasis on Peruvian cuisine. Choose from tapas, poke, entrees like lomo, and (of course) ceviches. A full menu of beer, wine, and cocktails complements the bright flavors.
La Cosecha Argentinian Steakhouse
For a special night out in Miami that won’t break the bank, head to La Cosecha Argentinian Steakhouse. Argentinian cuisine is known for its focus on grilled, flavorful meats, and Chef Rosana brings this cuisine to life in a welcoming setting.
With almost a perfect Yelp rating and descriptions like “hidden gem” and “that hole in the wall you always dream of finding,” it’s easy to see why this steakhouse is so popular. Locals especially love the skirt steak with chimichurri and bone-in ribeye—both cooked to order, as well as the rack of lamb and mahi mahi.
If you’ve never had a meal that fuses Italian and Japanese cuisine, immediately head to Zitz Sum. This esteemed eatery has commanded a Michelin Guide Gourmand award, made The New York Times “50 Best Restaurants 2022” list, and is a James Beard semifinalist for best new restaurant.
Try the chef’s tasting menu, a seven-course feast that changes by the week. The seasonal menu may feature Japanese custards or ranch rib eye, lamb shank bao bun, spicy blue crab noodles, or whatever else strikes Chef Pablo Zitzmann’s fancy. Reservations are recommended.
Old’s Havana Cuban Bar and Cocina
It wouldn’t be Miami, FL, without a downhome Cuban meal. Nestled in Little Havana’s Calle Ocho, Old’s Havana Cuban Bar and Cocina brings the authentic flavors you’re seeking, all served on an outdoor patio that’ll transport you straight to the island.
Take advantage of entrees, including the ropa vieja with rice and beans, the medianoche sandwich, empanadas, and croquettes. Remember to order from their extensive mojito menu, too.
Miami, FL, is a foodie’s paradise, bringing Caribbean and Latin American flavors to life. If you plan on moving to Miami soon, contact us for a free quote! We’ll help you plan a smooth, stress-free move and help you get to know your new hometown.