When looking for lunch around Midtown and Design District, these are the places you should consider for affordable and quality eats.
By the people who brought you Michael’s Genuine, Harry’s Pizzeria is a casual restaurant that takes pride in using nothing but the freshest and most local ingredients to serve you upscale versions of pizza. The result is delicious pies in a comfortable atmosphere that is easy on the wallet.
3918 N Miami Ave Miami, FL 33127
Chef Richard Hales was a pioneer in providing a fusion of American and Korean food in Miami a few years ago with Sakaya Kitchen. Items like Spicy cheesey kalbi beef tater tots and honey orange baby back ribs with Ginger brussel sprouts and Thai jasmine rice offer customers the opportunity to enjoy comfort food with a twist.
3401 N Miami Ave Ste 125 Miami, FL 33127
Crumb on Parchment
Nice little sandwich shop in a small shopping center in the design district. The natural light coming through the windows and the casual and rustic furniture allow you to experience affordable food in a comforting environment. The cookies here are a must.
3930 NE 2nd Ave, Miami 33137
Wonderful italian neighborhood gem serving homemade pasta in an unpretentious setting. Portions are filling and the quality can be tasted through the ingredients used. The accommodating service and quaint spot lead to a very satisfying lunch.
3451 NE 1ST AVE, #104, MIAMI, FL 33137
At Spris, the pizza crust is thin, delicious and the cheese amount is fair enough for the price. Actually, more than fair, the cheese is the perfect balance between dough and topping ratio. They bake it to perfection.
3201 N Miami Ave Ste 102 Miami, FL 33127