April 15, 2014

Top Dining Destinations in Wynwood

The culinary scene in Wynwood offers opportunities for diners to indulge in an array of cuisines from various cultures. Combining this with the burgeoning art and cultural scene, the top dining destinations in Wynwood allow guests to experience meals unlike anything that can be seen anywhere else. Here, we recommend where you should go and what dishes you should get depending on the meal.

Jimmy'z Kitchen

Experience Puerto Rican cuisine in the neighborhood known as "El Barrio," alluding to the influx of Boriquan migrants during the emergence of the area. The chefs add a surprisingly upscale take to the authentic dishes, leading to a meal that will have you itching to return.
Lunch: La Tripleta, a sandwich of Roasted pork, black forest ham, bacon, caramelized onions and provolone cheese on Cuban bread.
Dinner: Mixed Seafood Mofongo, mashed fried green plantains, garlic, olive oil, surrounded with quality seafood, soaked in a rich tomato sauce. This is Puerto Rico's national dish
2700 N Miami Ave Miami, FL 33127


From the family that brought you Lokal in Coconut Grove, Kush offers the best beer selection in all of Miami with creative burgers, sandwiches, and salads to accompany your brew. With over 18 beers on tap, this is heaven to beer connoisseurs.
Lunch: Florida Alligator Bites, Fresh local alligator fried and seasoned with old bay to provide a Cajun-like kick.
Dinner: Johnny Utah, Burger topped with hot pastrami and cheddar cheese to provide a meat-bomb of flavor and indulgence.
2003 North Miami Avenue Wynwood, FL 33127


As you bask on a tropical patio, treat yourself to a modern fusion of two noble cuisines. The delicate and artistic plates presented to you embody Miami’s global gastronomy through the blending of Peruvian and Asian food. During your experience, taste the libations made available through the pisco bar.
Lunch: Chifa Ceviche, A fusion of sweet and sour reminiscent of teriyaki topped with fried wonton crisps, pickled ginger, sliced onions, and avocado.
Dinner: Lomo Saltado, a stir-fry of red and green onions, tomatoes, and housemade sauce topped with succulent steak and served with a side of crunchy french fries and white rice.
2751 N Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33127

Wynwood Kitchen and Bar

In the animated hub of the Art District surrounded by outdoor urban graffiti and a colorful collage of indoor murals, you’ll relax with a locally brewed ‘Blonde’ beer, as Top Chef Miguel Aguilar serves up his most famous dishes. Chef Aguilar refines classic Latin staples with a modern touch, in a mouth watering marriage of Nuevo Latino flavors.
Lunch:Ropa Vieja Empanadas, an upscale take on the ubiquitous Hispanic Street Food with an addition of tender and juicy shredded beef from Cuban origin.
Dinner:48 Hour Crispy Pork, served alongside white cheddar chipotle grits, au jus, pickled peppers.
2550 NW 2nd Ave Miami, FL 33127

Pride and Joy

Stroll into this rustic Southern hotspot, past the mosaic of vintage beer cans and the saddle-back booths, to a worn wooden bar as you smell the seductive scent of this smokin’-hot barbecue joint. Pride and Joy serves silky and succulent bites straight from their custom built smokers paired with homemade sauces.
Lunch: Bowl O' Burnt Ends, Cubed up and shredded brisket ends in a small bowl with beef au jus.
Dinner: Pulled pork platter, served with two sides. Tender and smokey meat pairs perfectly with the homemade sauces to create a mix of flavors and tastes that are only enhanced by the sides offered.
2800 N Miami Ave Miami, FL 33127

Honorable Mentions

Ms. Cheezious: The best food truck Miami has to offer can be found outside of Panther Coffee Thursdays for lunch and outside Gramps Fridays and Saturdays for dinner and late night dining. Their creative takes on grilled cheese remind you of your childhood with enough of a twist to provide you with something you have never experienced before.
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Pancho Taco: Soak up all that beer and alcohol you have been drinking at Wood at this car-turned taco stand located literally inside the tavern. Open Wednesday through Saturday from Wednesday until late night, this little stand provides some of the best and cheap eats that Wynwood has to offer.
2531 NW 2nd Ave Miami, FL 33127


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