Miami is widely known for its party scene and beaches, but the lifestyles of the rich and famous extend far beyond the VIP sections of a night club.
A night out on the town in Miami wouldn’t be complete without a nightcap at one of the best restaurants in the city. Whether you grab a bite to eat before you hit the club or you sit down for a glass of wine after a day on the beach, these eight restaurants are guaranteed to satisfy your palate.
And if you’re lucky, you might even run into your favorite baller.
Faena – Faena’s theatrical scenarios unveil to offer distinct and adventurous experiences. Discover the art of open-fire cooking at Los Fuegos by Francis Mallmann, tempt the palate with innovative Filipino-inspired dishes at Pao by Paul Qui, or dine in style under Miami’s glimmering sun at the tropical Veranda.
Nobu – Located inside the iconic Nobu Hotel Miami Beach, the restaurant offers “renowned Nobu Style cuisine, exceptional service, and a stunning setting for entertainment.”
Hakasan – Award-winning Cantonese restaurant located at Fontainebleau Miami Beach, offering modern Chinese fare with a diverse dining menu of New World wines and sake.
Milos – Recognized as one of the finest Mediterranean seafood restaurants in the world, ESTIATORIO MILOS was founded in 1979 by acclaimed chef and restaurateur Costas Spiliadis.
Red steak house -Located in Miami Beach’s South of Fifth neighborhood, Red boasts modern noir décor that incorporates Miami’s spicy flair. Featuring only the finest Certified Angus Beef Prime on and off the bone.
Papi steak – Papi Steak is an intimate dining experience that showcases classic elegance with a contemporary sensibility. The new restaurant fuses Grutman’s flair for mixing high-style design, and an edgy, eclectic vibe with Papi’s passion for steak. The menu represents a modern, elevated spin on classic dishes, including prime meats seared to order at 1,000 degrees.
Bazaar at SLS – In the 1930s, both Miami and Singapore embraced the architectural revolution that became known as art deco. Both cities equally adopted the style as it represented decadence, extravagance, elegance, functionality , and modernity.
Prime 112- Located in the historic Browns Hotel, Prime 112 is a chef-driven boutique steakhouse that offers an innovative menu in a high-energy environment. From the finest quality dry-aged beef to accessories including the Truffled Lobster Mac and Cheese and Kobe Beef Sliders, Prime 112 stays true to a philosophy of buying the best product and delivering traditional fare designed for the South Beach clientele.”