MIAMI TOP 5
It's no surprise with the continued growth of Miami, the food scene is stepping up and rivaling some of the best food cities in the U.S. Young and imaginative chefs are making their mark in the city and bringing much deserved praise from organizations like James Beard. We've compiled a list of what we consider to be the five best restaurants to eat, drink and be merry. Not only for their superb culinary experience but as well as their flat out cool vide. It's Miami, we have to add in the vibe.
Miami Beach 1111 Lincoln Rd.
Owned and operated by Jonas and Alexandra Millan of Bonito St. Barth, Juvia's dining room features a vertical garden, designed by internationally acclaimed botanist Patrick Blanc. Chefs Sunny Oh, formerly of Nobu South Beach, and pastry Chef Gregory Gourreau, who has worked with Alain Ducasse and Francois Payard.
Beaker & Gray
Wynwood Miami Ave. 27th St.
A Beaker is a vessel used by bartenders to mix drinks. A Gray spoon is a high quality utensil used for plating and serving. Both are tools used by industry professionals who place emphasis on the quality of their product. Beaker & Gray is a collaboration between Executive Chef Brian Nasajon and Bar Manager Ben Potts.
Miami Beach Bay Rd. & 20th
Sixteen tables where cultures, techniques and personalities
meet to unleash a unique social experience, under the masterful vision of Chef José Mendín.
Miami Beach Collins & 15th
Byblos brings the exciting flavors of the Eastern Mediterranean to diners in a progressively designed space. Byblos represents a marriage of Eastern Mediterranean cuisine with strong influences from both traditional and local ingredients. Using time-honored classic cooking techniques and modern methods the menu is a true coastal and cultural mosaic, served family style in a convivial atmosphere.
Wynwood NW 2nd Ave & 25th St.
A diverse menu, offering a wonderful array of flavors inspired by the many adventures and global travels of Chef Lewis and the Japanese barbecue grilling practice, Yakinku. KYU offers a balanced collection, from the refreshing and uplifting chilled crudo to the smokiness and flawlessly charred tastes from the wood fired grill.
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