Besides earning a Michelin star, Stubborn Seed has the kind of wow factor you don’t see often in these parts of South Beach.
Itamae 2.0 is a glittering example of innovative Peruvian cooking, where the possibilities for raw fish are seemingly endless.
From the tightly edited classic American menu to the midcentury stylings to the special moments afforded by the numerous tableside preparations available.
Chefs Luciana Giangrandi and Alex Meyer pour themselves into this place, constantly reinventing the classics.
At Ariete in Coconut Grove, Michael Beltran flourishes at the intersection of homestyle Cuban cooking and contemporary fine dining.
Chef and owner Pablo Zitzmann started his solo dumpling business during lockdown, and we couldn’t be happier for his success.
There’s no better date spot. The menu of shareable dishes—think mezzes, baskets of freshly baked pita bread.
Synergetic owners Chef Carey Hynes and bar director Will Thompson manage to complement each other each step of the way.
Even putting buzz, accolades, celebrity sightings and longevity aside, the Design District staple still wows us after 16 years.