When it comes to great restaurants in Miami Beach, there are plenty to be found. You can find everything from fine dining to diner comfort food. Here’s a look at some of Design Suites Miami’s favorites.
Café Prima Pasta – 1.8 Miles / 2.8 Km
For more than 20 years, Café Prima Pasta has offered a wide range of traditional Italian entrees and appetizers characterized by their authenticity and freshness.
The family owned and operated restaurant has built a large and loyal following of fans with a menu that successfully blends the flavorful traditions of Italian cooking with the Argentinean heritage and gastronomic influences of the Cea family, who first opened the doors in 1993.
414 71st Street, Miami Beach, FL, 33141
Manolo – 2 Miles / 3.2 Km
The first family-owned restaurant was founded in 1930 in Burgos, Spain. During the Spanish Civil War, Don Manuel Benito, creator of the emblematic Manolo churros, and his family migrated to South America. There, the family settled in Montevideo, Uruguay, where the brand became an icon. As time passed by, after endless days and nights of hard work, The Family established the Manolo trademark throughout the Americas: Costa Rica, Peru, Panama, Argentina and today in the USA.
7300 Collins Av. Miami Beach, FL 33141
Havana 195 – 3 Miles / 4.8 Km
Havana 1957 is unlike any other. Offering an authentic taste of Cuba, Havana 1957 is a new breed of restaurant in Miami, Florida offering guests the chance to spend a day to Habana and to experience the glory and glamour of old Cuba during 1950s.
They are located in Lincoln Road, South Beach, Ocean Drive, Espanola Way, Pembroke Pines
Mercato della Pescheria – 3 Miles / 4.8 Km
Located on the best block in South Beach, Mercato della Pescheria is a taste of the history of a coastal Italian seafood market with fresh seafood delivered daily and an entire menu of selections made with natural and fresh ingredients.
From individual to group dining, in the heart of Espanola Way, resulting in a traditional, simply delicious and authentic Italian restaurant cuisine experience with a variety of homemade pasta, wood oven pizza, exquisite fresh fish, savory steaks, Italian wines and cocktails.
412 Espanola Way, Miami Beach, Fl, 33139
La Cerveceria del Barrio – 3 Miles / 4.8 Km
No matter how well or how terribly your day is going, it deserves a bit of Happy Hour celebration at La Cerveceria de Barrio in Miami Beach.
So happy is the Happy Hour at both our Ocean Drive and Lincoln Road locations that it sprawls over not just one hour but four: every day from 3 to 7 PM.
836 Linconl Road, Miami Beach, 33139.
La Parrilla Liberty – South Beach – 3.2 Miles / 5.1 Km
One of the best Argentina Italian cuisine. Good place to eat and drinks with family and friends.
1255 Washington Ave. Miami Beach FL 33139 US
Carpaccio – Bal Harbour – 3.9 Miles / 6.2 Km
Nestled in the beautiful, luxurious Bal Harbour Shops since 1994, Carpaccio offers an unforgettable dining experience. Whether you choose to sit in our gorgeous indoor dining room, or to relax under the palms in our expansive outdoor terrace and people watch, you are sure to have a memorable experience.
9700 Collins Ave Bal Harbour Shops, Bal Harbour, FL 3315
Graziano’s – Aventura – 11 Miles / 17 km
They say that Argentina is the Italy of South America., we believe that good food and good company go hand in hand… preferably at the same table. Because to really love food is really to love people.
2920 NE 207th St Unit 107 Aventura, FL 33180.
Cracker and Barrel Old Country – 20 Miles / 32 Km
The local Cracker Barrel Old Country Store provides a friendly home-away-from-home in its old country store and restaurant in Pembroke Pines, FL. Guests enjoy real home-style food and shopping that’s reminiscent of America’s country heritage…all at a fair price. Order online to place a carry-out order and enjoy our comfort food in the comfort of your home. Let Cracker Barrel Catering do the cooking and cater your next gathering with a homestyle breakfast.
1960 NW 150th Ave. Pembroke Pines, FL 33028-2804
Shorty’s BBQ Ribs – 17 Miles / 27 Km
It’s been almost 50 years since “Shorty” Allen opened his first log-cabin-style barbecue restaurant. Though the business changed hands in 1980, the hickory-smoked chicken and ribs, creamy coleslaw, and homemade baked beans remain the same. Consistently good food at affordable prices is only part of the recipe for Shorty’s success. Other ingredients include a comfy Western motif, friendly service, and communal dining at long picnic tables, all of which make for a good-timey experience.
11575 Bird Rd. Miami, FL 33165
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