Throughout the city, below are some of the Miami Spice Top Restaurant Offerings 2014 with delicious dishes for the most discriminate foodies.
Cavalli Restaurant and Lounge- 150 Ocean Drive
Owned and conceptualized by internationally celebrated couturier, Roberto Cavalli, This South Beach hotspot is situated in a plush villa located in the city’s iconic Art Deco neighborhood at 150 Ocean Drive. The dining, entertainment and celebrity destination will features a menu of traditional Italian cuisine, infused with Tuscan influences, as well as innovative ‘new-style’ dishes. With an upscale and sensual setting, the legendary fashion mogul’s newest venture exudes a blend of Italy’s sense of elegance and Miami’s unmistakable vibrancy.
Cecconi’s – 4385 Collins Avenue
Inspired by the original London location, which was founded in 1978 and modeled after Cipriani in Venice, Italy, the 150-seat Cecconi’s Miami is located on the ground floor of Soho Beach House. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner in an intimate setting, Cecconi’s offers superior service and is sure to entice the discerning tastes of its fellow Miami denizens and savvy visitors alike. The restaurant exudes the perfect blend of elegantly traditional cuisine and a relaxed atmosphere.
The District -190 NE 46th Street
South Florida’s most distinctive dining destination brings together a diverse mix of cultures and flavors. The District Miami incorporates fresh and locally driven ingredients in each dish, creating a true contemporary Pan-American cuisine. Embodying the best dishes of North, South, Central America and the Caribbean, the cuisine was crafted by James Beard Foundation semifinalist, Chef Horacio Rivadero, in order to take guests through a culinary journey of The America
Essensia at The Palm Hotel – 3025 Collins Avenue
Celebrated for its casually-elegant dining room and al-fresco seating on the enchanting terraces
overlooking the hotel’s tropical gardens, Essensia offers a seasonal selection of wholesome global
cuisine with a genuine emphasis on premium local and sustainable ingredients, where possible.
Following a farm-to-table philosophy, we take great pride in being a conscious restaurant where the
purity, freshness, integrity and taste of the ingredients used are at the center of each flavorful dish we
prepare. We work closely with local farmers and carefully selected purveyors to provide a culinary
experience that nourishes and satisfies on many levels
Seasalt and Pepper Restaurant- 422 NW North River Drive
Miami’s new #1 seafood brasserie and lounge on the Miami River, has already become quite the staple in the Miami dining scene since opening its doors in early December 2013. Spearheading the revitalization of the Miami River neighborhood –Seasalt has attracted foodies and the likes of Beyoncé, Jay Z (who broke their vegan fast there), Richard Meier, Gloria Estefan, Sofia Vergara, Joe Manganiello, Steven Tyler and family including Liv and Mia Tyler, Dwayne Wade, David Ferrer, Lebron James, Michael Caine, Jim Belushi, & Paul Giamatti to name a very few.
Perfecto – 1450 Brickell Avenue
Think industrial-chic ambiance and a Barcelona inspired menu with lots of tapas. The quaint Brickell restaurant offers traditional Spanish fare with an emphasis on quality ingredients, creating a Europe-meets-Miami dining concept unparalleled by other Miami restaurant.
(petit) Miami Beach- 1929 Purdy Avenue
(petit) Miami Beach ,sister restaurant to famed Italian eatery (petit) Milano, offers the best of typical Italian dishes as well as some international specialties including Japanese salmon tataki and tempura , Spanish pata negra and Indian spicy shrimp curry. Napolitano Chef Nicolo Celona prepares daily, homemade Bread, focaccias, pizzas and desserts along with daily regional Italian specialties.