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This restaurant chain has branches appearing in high-powered business capitals around the country and offers a dark, imposing and pointedly sophisticated atmosphere, in which to enjoy upscale American favorites. The menu at The Capital Grille features sumptuous steaks, lobsters and the like for reasonable prices. Miami's version of the Grille is allegedly a USD4-million-plus architectural feat. Surfaces are polished to a gleam, the wine list is impressive and premium liquor flows freely.
Located in Miami's Design District, Michael's Genuine Food & Drink is an enjoyable bistro offering an assortment of small, medium and large plates, as well as specialties from their wood-fired oven, making use of local, organic ingredients. The warm and friendly atmosphere has made this restaurant a favorite among Miami natives and tourists alike. Although leaning more towards the expensive side, items on the dinner menu are worth every penny. Try the fantastic lunch menu if you want to experience this restaurant without breaking the bank.
If you are one of those who think that food that looks good tastes good, you will simply fall in love with this restaurant. The cuisine is not only a treat for the taste buds but also for the eyes. Located on quiet West Avenue, Barton also offers alfresco dining. Appetizers include lobster cakes and crab. The salad and soup sections offer a variety of options for healthy eaters. The Chocolate Indulgence with hot fudge sauce and Sabrina Sundae are a great end to a meal.
Located on Lincoln Road, Juvia a striking location on the rooftop of a parking building. Views of the rooftops over Miami Beach, the sun setting over the Atlantic Ocean and the twinkling lights of the city will take your breath away. There is an outdoor bar and dining area as well as an indoor dining area. The decor is sleek, with amazing touches of amethyst. The cuisine is described as French-Japanese-Peruvian, and the chefs come from France and Korea. Some of the specialties, like the Hamachi Espuma (yellow tail tuna in a citrus marinade surrounded by a spicy foam) are especially worth trying. The wine list and cocktails are unique, and all of the ingredients are fresh. Make reservations, as it is always busy.
Classy, chic, and pricey, this Lincoln Road eatery takes ethnic food to a different level. Although the restaurant claims to serve Cuban fare, it actually utilizes flavors and ingredients from around the world. Fish and game entrees prevail, with choices ranging from rack of lamb to fresh grouper. Salsa Fridays, featuring live music and dancing, are hugely popular.
If French cuisine is what your palate craves, then Pied à Terre will surely appease. Nestled within South Beach's Cadet Hotel, this French restaurant opened its doors in 2011, and quickly rose to become one of the best in the city. The menu features a contemporary take on traditional French recipes, retaining the typical Mediterranean flavor while blending in something new. Freshly caught seafood cooked in various sauces is a sure winner here. An extensive wine list is available to complement your food. Give your meal a sweet finish with a delightful dessert.
Located in the Sanctuary South Beach hotel, Ola restaurant is very welcoming with soft lighting, fresh flowers in vases, an array of lit candles on the broad marble parapet. Visit for dinner, when you're feeling and looking like a million bucks after a re-vitalizing time at the Sanctuary Salon & Spa. Apart from the standard menu, guests are faced with the choice of cuisine from selections such as Brazilian, Argentinian, Spanish, which are served in different months. Whether you opt for a tuna taco or smoked marlin, lamb or crispy pork don't miss 'da bomb' for da dessert.
This elegant but cozy restaurant off Collins Avenue, has a small bar with a nice selection of wines and beers, a dozen tables, and an inviting couch that covers one side of the dining area. Indonesian food is a fusion of other Asian, Portuguese and Dutch cuisines, but has a flavor all its own. At Indomania Restaurant, this flavor has been captured well. The menu, though small, is authentic and includes the famous rijstafel or rice table: a mound of white rice surrounded by chicken in coconut milk, hard boiled egg curry, cucumber pickled in sweet vinegar, beef stew in a sweet molasses-like sauce and a large, crisp shrimp cracker. Appetizers are delicious and desserts are light and refreshing.
Peacock Garden Cafe is a beautiful restaurant that serves delicious food and drinks. Visit Peacock Garden Cafe with your entire family or bunch of friends to savor some of their marvelous dishes and to have a good time. Outstanding service adds to the overall experience. The beautiful facility also offers banquet halls and private dining rooms. Call ahead or check website for more information.
Lulu in the Grove is the brainchild of Sylvano Bignon, his wife Maida and Eric Boucher. The contemporary menu is creative and delicious while the ambiance is exciting with its bold and attractive decor. Order anything from the menu and you will not be disappointed. The bohemian vibe of the restaurant will definitely lure you and the delish fare along with innovative drinks will make you come back for more.
Green Gables is a place where you can get your food with complete certainty that the earth is being respected: paper products are recyclable and containers are biodegradable. All products used are organic and they are careful not to use anything artificial. The signature roasted and pulled turkey breast is heavenly, served with avocado and cilantro aioli on whole wheat bread. Try the baked crab and panko cake served on salad greens with ginger dressing. The gazpacho has ground almonds, and is served cold. For dessert try the chocolate macaroon.
This cognac and cigar-style restaurant is known for its comprehensive wine list. Owned by Shareef Malnik, The Forge is known for delightful culinary creations like spice-rubbed duck and basil-seared Chilean sea bass. Apart from the extensive wine selection, The Forge offers its patrons beer, wines and cocktails.