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A little touristy but the food and service were outstanding. We had our table for more than two hours with no feeling of being rushed. The Tampa servings were perfect for two. Not sure it would work as well for me with a larger group. The bar area after dinner was lively and entertaining. MoreOpenTable Diner -
Our waiter Carlos was amazing!!! Great service! He is the best! MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Once again, the food at Boulud did not disappoint. It’s creative, tasty Mediterranean cuisine that’s always exceptional. We did the cauliflower tabbouleh salads with chicken and steak, respectively, and both had the hummus as the appetizer on the business lunch. The portions are good enough to fill you up, but not overwhelming. The staff is very polite, and the food comes out quickly. We were in and out for lunch in under an hour. Definitely a repeat lunch spot in downtown Miami. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Over 7 years, Chef Bas and his partners created several unique dining culinary experiences in Miami.
Opened in 8/18/18, Ahi Sushi Bar is an authentic Omakase style Japanese experience. Omakase is the Japanese tradition of letting the chef choose your order. Omakase or “I leave it to you,” includes fresh fish, seasonal vegetables and ingredients.
Ahi Sushi will also serve fresh sushi, sashimi and traditional poke bowls for lunch.
Seatings for Omakase dining experience is every hour starting at 6pm.More
CVLTVRA is born from a combination of International trips, experiences and memories from our Chef Owner Sebastian La Rocca, who is passionate about Latin ingredients and markets. Through CVLTVRA, he is expressing his love for fresh Meso-American ingredients with a Mediterranean flare, combining culinary world techniques, by fusing cuisine and using fresh quality ingredients that are handled with great care.
CVLTVRA’s cuisine is inspired in Latin markets and ingredients, that merge with the flavors of the Mediterranean, using the best ingredients from local artisanal vendors and farmers, which supports and promotes the regional economy.
CVLTVRA dishes are serve in small portions (tapas style). The thought behind is that each customer will order between 2-3 dishes per person to be shared among themselves which is a part of the Mediterranean Meze.
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Havana 1957 is a new chain of Cuban restaurants unlike other traditional Cuban restaurants. It sets itself apart by creating a unique dining experience that allows you to spend Un Dia En La Habana and relive the glory and glamour of old Cuba during the 1950’s. Experience our family friendly location on Miami’s famed Ocean Drive.More
Located in the heart of Miami’s Design District, Swan is an indoor/outdoor dining destination known for its modern chic cuisine and hand crafted cocktails from hospitality mavens David Grutman & Pharrell Williams. With an emphasis on sourcing ingredients locally and sustainably, the globally influenced menu at Swan features beautifully plated dishes in one of Miami’s hottest locations. Swan is open for dinner seven days a week, with lunch and brunch coming soon. More
Who says it can’t feel like winter in Miami? Experience a winter escape in the magic city at La Centrale – Italian Food Hall ’s Winter Village Pop Up.
Starting November 6, you can cozy-up and dine in a festive yurt. Each enchanting makeshift tent is private and can host a snug party of two or feast for 12.
Salut to the season with La Centrale’s shareable chai bourbon, mulled rosé and spiced cider. Dive into an Italian fonduta with savory formaggi and Italian meats, breads and crudité. Finally, Indulge in the classic Italian panettone and chocolate fonduta, all from the comfort of your very own yurt.
Experience is 95.00 per person ++ and reservations are limited to a 2 hour dining window.
Yellow Ferraris and fine cigars, ceviche served oceanside—the technicolor glamour of the “Magic City” draws us in. But that doesn’t mean simple pleasures can’t be found here. Some of the best (and most affordable) food is on Calle Ocho in Little Havana, where medianoche sandwiches, fish with escabeche and fresh citrus drinks reign. And, every year, Miami Beach swells with creatives and collectors for Art Basel. By day, street life sizzles with open air cafés, coffee shops and cigar bars ready to welcome you in. Come night time, the city assumes a new identity.