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Top Restaurants in Miami - Your Favourite Miami Restaurants

    Along with the sun, sand and palm trees, Miami is home to some truly good eating, from home-made Cuban food to super-fresh seafood. But with all these places to choose from, where’s the best?

    We asked you for your top restaurants in Miami over on our Hostelworld.com Facebook page. Here’s what you had to say...



    Puerto Sagua Restaurant

    Shoe Gal says:

    Puerto Sagua. Great Cuban food.

    Hostelworld says:

    This diner is one of the oldest in Miami and it's no wonder it's still around - the food is very authentic and totally tasty, with a good, varied Cuban menu and home-made sangria.

    Location: 700 Collins Ave, Miami Beach



    Joe's Stone Crab

    Valentina Bellio says:

    Joe's Stone Crab.

    Brett Klein says:

    Joe's Stone Crab is the obvious numero uno in Miami Beach.

    Location: 11 Washington Ave, Miami Beach



    News Cafe

    Karla Flores says:

    The News Cafe.

    Hostelworld says:

    Want to watch the sunrise while you eat breakfast? In fact, want to eat breakfast at 3am or 3pm? This is your place. It's open 24 hours and is a great spot for people-watching.

    Location: 800 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach



    Versailles Restaurant

    Allyson Johnson says:

    Versailles in Little Havana! It was hands down the best Cuban I've had, and one of the many friendly patrons at the bakery outside actually went out of his way to read one of the Spanish menu's to me in English and tell me which dishes were his favorite to help with my selection.

    Grace Veniero says:

    Versailles on SW 8th Street.

    Location: 3555 SW 8th St, Miami



    Burger & Beer Joint

    Damien Kelly says:

    Beer and burger joint in brickell...The happy hour is jokes and the food is amazing love that place!

    Location: 900 S Miami Ave #130, Miami



    Hofbräu Beerhall Miami

    Mareike Raabe says:

    Hofbrau Beer Hall on Lincoln.

    Hostelworld says:

    If you fancy some German-style beers served in litre-size beersteins, stop in here. The pretzels are pretty tasty too!

    Location: 943 Lincoln Rd, Miami Beach



    Scotty's Landing

    Brett Klein says:

    For less of a crowd go down the road a bit to Scotty's Landing (hidden behind Charthouse) right by Miami City Hall.

    Location: 3381 Pan American Dr, Coconut Grove



    Bubba Gump Shrimp Company

    Irina Golda Lamadrid says:

    Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.

    Hostelworld says:

    It might be a chain but the food is reliably tasty and their margaritas are famous!

    Location: 401 Biscayne Blvd R100, Miami



    La Carreta

    Victoria Santamaria says:

    La Carreta!

    Hostelworld says:

    Another totally delicious Cuban restaurant - prepare to roll out of this place stuffed to the gills with rice, beans, fried plantains and chicharones de pollo.

    Location: Various



    Nexxt Cafe

    Valerie Parsons says:

    Nexxt cafe! Awesome selection, great prices and large portions!

    Location: 700 Lincoln Rd, Miami Beach



    The Cheesecake Factory

    Blue Bird says:

    Cheesecake Factory, Sawgrass Mills.

    Hostelworld says:

    This is a handy spot to go to after shopping all day in Sawgrass Mills. There's food for all kinds of tastes and the staff are really friendly. Make sure to save room for cheesecake!

    Location: 2612 Sawgrass Mills Cir



    Texas de Brazil

    James Eckels says:

    Texas de Brazil - but I'm a big carnivore!

    Hostelworld says:

    Texas? Brazil? So just how much steak am I expected to eat?! This steakhouse is so good they even have picanha, a truly delicious and very Brazilian cut of steak.

    Location: Dolphin Mall 11401 N.W. 12th St., Suite 514, Miami



    Prime One Twelve

    Christopher Arvanites says:

    Prime 112. The bacon served at the bar!

    Location: 112 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach



    Monty's

    Brett Klein says:

    Monty's in Coconut Grove is the best weekend hangout on the water with awesome drinks and great raw bar.

    Location: 2550 S Bayshore Dr, Coconut Grove



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    Along with the sun, sand and palm trees, Miami is home to some truly good eating, from home-made Cuban food to super-fresh seafood. But with all these places to choose from, where’s the best?

    We asked you for your top restaurants in Miami over on our Hostelworld.com Facebook page. Here’s what you had to say...



    Puerto Sagua Restaurant

    Shoe Gal says:

    Puerto Sagua. Great Cuban food.

    Hostelworld says:

    This diner is one of the oldest in Miami and it's no wonder it's still around - the food is very authentic and totally tasty, with a good, varied Cuban menu and home-made sangria.

    Location: 700 Collins Ave, Miami Beach



    Joe's Stone Crab

    Valentina Bellio says:

    Joe's Stone Crab.

    Brett Klein says:

    Joe's Stone Crab is the obvious numero uno in Miami Beach.

    Location: 11 Washington Ave, Miami Beach



    News Cafe

    Karla Flores says:

    The News Cafe.

    Hostelworld says:

    Want to watch the sunrise while you eat breakfast? In fact, want to eat breakfast at 3am or 3pm? This is your place. It's open 24 hours and is a great spot for people-watching.

    Location: 800 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach



    Versailles Restaurant

    Allyson Johnson says:

    Versailles in Little Havana! It was hands down the best Cuban I've had, and one of the many friendly patrons at the bakery outside actually went out of his way to read one of the Spanish menu's to me in English and tell me which dishes were his favorite to help with my selection.

    Grace Veniero says:

    Versailles on SW 8th Street.

    Location: 3555 SW 8th St, Miami



    Burger & Beer Joint

    Damien Kelly says:

    Beer and burger joint in brickell...The happy hour is jokes and the food is amazing love that place!

    Location: 900 S Miami Ave #130, Miami



    Hofbräu Beerhall Miami

    Mareike Raabe says:

    Hofbrau Beer Hall on Lincoln.

    Hostelworld says:

    If you fancy some German-style beers served in litre-size beersteins, stop in here. The pretzels are pretty tasty too!

    Location: 943 Lincoln Rd, Miami Beach



    Scotty's Landing

    Brett Klein says:

    For less of a crowd go down the road a bit to Scotty's Landing (hidden behind Charthouse) right by Miami City Hall.

    Location: 3381 Pan American Dr, Coconut Grove



    Bubba Gump Shrimp Company

    Irina Golda Lamadrid says:

    Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.

    Hostelworld says:

    It might be a chain but the food is reliably tasty and their margaritas are famous!

    Location: 401 Biscayne Blvd R100, Miami



    La Carreta

    Victoria Santamaria says:

    La Carreta!

    Hostelworld says:

    Another totally delicious Cuban restaurant - prepare to roll out of this place stuffed to the gills with rice, beans, fried plantains and chicharones de pollo.

    Location: Various



    Nexxt Cafe

    Valerie Parsons says:

    Nexxt cafe! Awesome selection, great prices and large portions!

    Location: 700 Lincoln Rd, Miami Beach



    The Cheesecake Factory

    Blue Bird says:

    Cheesecake Factory, Sawgrass Mills.

    Hostelworld says:

    This is a handy spot to go to after shopping all day in Sawgrass Mills. There's food for all kinds of tastes and the staff are really friendly. Make sure to save room for cheesecake!

    Location: 2612 Sawgrass Mills Cir



    Texas de Brazil

    James Eckels says:

    Texas de Brazil - but I'm a big carnivore!

    Hostelworld says:

    Texas? Brazil? So just how much steak am I expected to eat?! This steakhouse is so good they even have picanha, a truly delicious and very Brazilian cut of steak.

    Location: Dolphin Mall 11401 N.W. 12th St., Suite 514, Miami



    Prime One Twelve

    Christopher Arvanites says:

    Prime 112. The bacon served at the bar!

    Location: 112 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach



    Monty's

    Brett Klein says:

    Monty's in Coconut Grove is the best weekend hangout on the water with awesome drinks and great raw bar.

    Location: 2550 S Bayshore Dr, Coconut Grove



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