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5 best restaurants in Miami beach

If you find yourself in Miami Beach, we advise you to visit the following restaurants: Sea spice Brasserie & Lounge, Kiki on the River, Monty’s Coconut Grove, Zuma Miami, Epic Hotel. Going on a yacht trip, you can order catering from these restaurants. Study the menu in advance. You will be impressed.

Sea spice Brasserie & Lounge

Sea spice Brasserie & Lounge, located on the banks of the Miami River, exemplifies the essence of waterfront dining.

Just minutes from Downtown Miami and the Brickell Financial District, the brasserie has brought a vision unlike any other to the Miami River, transforming a post-industrial warehouse outfitted in unexpected, sophisticated nautical touches into a world renowned fine dining destination.

With Executive Chef Angel Leon at the helm, Seaspice embraces the idea of gastro-classic dining, elevated to new heights via modern techniques and a heartfelt commitment to quality. Locals and tourists alike make their way to the waterfront oasis to indulge in signature wood-fired casseroles, the freshest selection of sea to table fare and globally inspired dishes. With an open-air Courtyard Lounge and bar serving signature crafted cocktails, guests are certain to receive an unparalleled dining experience only Seaspice can provide.

Kiki on the River

Best Kiki on the River Restaurant. Embracing the hospitality and spirit of the Greek islands, Kiki on The River is heralded for it meticulously-scuffed elegance that only a windswept waterfront garden can provide. Weekdays, join us for romantic waterfront dining by celebrated Chef Steve Rhee. On weekends kicking off Friday nights, Mykonos comes to Miami with live DJ and a party atmosphere featuring a festive soundtrack, twirling napkins, and dancing that will make you say “opa!”

Kiki is a passion project by Opium Group founder Roman Jones, former Philippe Chow Miami managing partner, Aris Nanos, and hospitality executive Lee Lyon. Creative Director, Ghosthouse Creative Group’s Mark Lehmkuhl conceptualized the one-of-a-kind design.

Monty's Coconut Grove

Opened in 1969 Monty’s Raw Bar has grown through the years to become one of Miami’s most well known and respected restaurants. Our iconic location has served as the backdrop for TV series, music videos, and movies including Miami Vice, Burn Notice, and Marley & Me.

The waterfront tiki hut setting allows you to forget about life for a while as you soak up the bay air and enjoy a great meal with friends and family. Our indoor space is perfect for both air-conditioned dining & events, our docks allow you to arrive by boat, host a private event, fishing tournament, or waterfront wedding ceremony.

Complimentary Parking for 3 hours in the Miami Parking Authority Lot 72 next to the restaurant, bring your parking ticket for validation!

  1. Additional parking option on MPA Garage 5 (Regatta Harbour).
  2. Located at 3385 Pam American Dr.
  3. $8 flat rate on weekends
  4. Valet Parking Available

MONDAY — THURSDAY

11:30 AM — 10:00 PM

 

FRIDAY

11:30 AM — 11:00 PM

 

SATURDAY

11:00-12:00 AM

 

SUNDAY

11:00 AM — 10:00 PM

Zuma Miami

Zuma Miami, located in the heart of downtown, brings chef Rainer Becker’s internationally acclaimed style of modern Japanese izakaya dining from the robata grill and kitchen to its flagship US location.  Zuma Miami offers two unique spaces perfect for any event. Our beautiful private dining room and waterfront terrace are the perfect locations to host your corporate or social luncheon, brunch, cocktail receptions, or dinner. In addition to an exciting and innovative cocktail selection, we currently feature 365 wine selections and offers one of the best sake lists in Florida, with over 80 premium varieties. Featuring modern Japanese cuisine that is authentic but not traditional. The menu showcases a variety of dishes from its three kitchens: the main kitchen, the sushi counter and the robata grill.

Epic Hotel

Gorgeously renovated and prepared to welcome you with enhanced safety and cleanliness protocols, now more than ever Kimpton EPIC Hotel is your exquisite base camp for exploring Miami. Our glamorous, flirty city loves showing off her outdoorsy side. Miami’s tropical climate inspires alfresco activities day and night, all year long. Relax in a spacious cabana by our two sky-high pools, enjoy dinner and drinks alfresco at our Area 31 restaurant, walk barefoot on nearby hidden beaches, go kayaking and boating, or visit open-air attractions like artsy Wynwood. Here at Kimpton EPIC, the wellbeing of our guests and employees is clearly evident as we apply physical distancing guidelines and vigorous So Fresh, So Clean standards. It’s time to experience this glimmering paradise in exhilarating new ways. Zuma, one of two Miami restaurants at Kimpton EPIC Hotel is located in the heart of downtown Miami and brings chef Rainer Becker’s internationally acclaimed style of modern Japanese cuisine to America. Already renowned in London, Hong Kong, Istanbul, Dubai and Bangkok, Zuma Miami offers a sophisticated cuisine philosophy of flavorsome, modern Japanese dishes in a fun and vibrant environment inspired by the informal Japanese dining style called izakaya and enjoyed as part of a waterfront dining Miami experience. Zuma offers a distinct alternative to the typical cuisine of most Miami restaurants.