Brickell Tourist Guide

Brickell Restaurants
Brickell Restaurants

Brickell is the financial center of Florida and all Latin America. From banks to entrepreneurs, Brickell living has it all and you can enjoy all it’s glory!

See what you can do on Brickell:

Brickell City Centre

The new mall has the top international brands, restaurants, cinema. Zara and Sacks are the chain stores to keep you busy.

Mary Brickell Village

Usually crowded at nights (Thursday to Saturday), you can get drinks, live music, plenty of good food and people watching.

The sushi place Doraku has happy hour from 4 to 7pm where you can drink and eat without hurting your wallet. See more on Brickell Restaurants.

East Hotel

On Brickell City Centre, you will find the East Hotel. This brand new hotel has a rooftop bar Called Sugar on the 40th floor. A hidden bar on the 39th floor and a Uruguayan restaurant called La Huella on the 5th floor.

Walking and Running

On Brickell Key you have the perfect place for a walk or a running, keep your circuit on the coast, you will see plenty of amazing views.

Beach?

The Mandarim Hotel has a sort of beach where there is sand but no sea to swim. The Four Seasons Hotel has a nice pool. But the closest beach we have is at Key Biscayne. You can feel like arriving in Cancun and go straight to the Ritz Carlton for drinks at the beach, restaurants to choose and plenty of comfort.

Hotels

EAST and SLS are the newest hotels in the area and they became quite a buzz.

Pizza

Nothing beats the Visa-O1 Pizza, which is changing their name to Mister O1.

Dance

Blue Martini has live music and Baru has the best of the Caribbean.

 

Best Brickell Restaurants & Miami 2017




From happy hours, to over the top restaurants, let’s us guide you to Brickell Restaurants!

If you want to see what’s hot and fresh in Brickell Restaurants in 2016, you need to try those 3 restaurants:

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SLS Brickell Restaurants

SLS just opened 2 restaurants that are worth going. It seems we have a new spot in Miami.

VISA o1

Come visit the amazing pizza on this relaxed restaurant. Luka, the owner, has the same visa I have, the extraordinary ability O-1! And have him on Brickell Restaurants’ List is nice!

Komodo

Ricardo Oliveira is a realtor considered a star to most Brazilians that moved to Miami and Orlando.  When is comes to “casas nos Estados Unidos” he is leading in Brazil! He says Komodo is one of his favorite restaurants in Miami and he recommends this Brickell Restaurants.

The Kardashian family also agrees with him, they pay a visit to the restaurant every time they land in Miami.




La Huella

Recently opened on the East Hotel, the restaurant from Uruguay has been gathering huge lines from Thursday to Saturday! What a hit!



Baires

Right next to Mary Brickell Village, Baires is the 3rd restaurant of the chain! Don’t miss the empanadas and chorizo with a glass of Malbec!




Toscana Divino

This lovely piece of Toscana in the middle of Miami is a charming restaurant with great food.

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Katsuya:

This is the moment Japanese restaurant and is located inside the SLS Hotel in South Beach. The highlight are the different sushi and Robata. For those who want to taste a little of everything, I recommend the great tasting menu, on which speak in detail in the post: Japanese restaurant Katsuya in Miami Beach – SLS Hotel

 

1701 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida
(305)455-2995
website: www.katsuyarestaurant.com

Zuma:

Asian food here is excellent, especially the input edamame, the Tatakis varied and the lobster with butter sauce and oriental. It is those places to see and be seen, where luxury cars paraded on the door to the outside where we can see beautiful yachts moored. The restaurant is always packed and requires prior reservation. To complete, even has wi-fi. Enjoy and kill everyone jealous by posting the delights of home.

270 Biscayne Blvd Way, Miami, Florida
(305) 577-0277
website: www.zumarestaurant.com

Hakkasan:

Fusion in the right measure, with many fresh fish, meats of all kinds, and dim-sum. Do not forget to ask the dumplings mix (dim sum) and the tangerine beef, which are strips of meat with tangerine sauce and pancakes to roll. The dishes with duck are also divine. It is located inside the Hotel Fontainebleau.

4441 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, Florida
(786) 276-1388
website: www.hakkasan.com




Nobu:

Anyone who has traveled to places like London, Milan, New York and Los Angeles know that Nobu serves quality Japanese food with Western touches. It is no different in Miami. No wonder, the network now already has more than 20 subsidiaries around the world.

1901 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida
(305) 695-3232
website: www.noburestaurants.com




Doraku:

In unpretentious way, this jovial Japanese restaurant won the hearts of tourists and locals with its different sushi with crab stuffing, avocado and other delicacies. It was there that ate the best edamame of my life with a divine sweet and sour sauce. Go on Lincoln Road, opposite the trendy garage building 1111 Lincoln Road. There is a branch in Mary Brickell Village.

Miami Doraku 3 (Best of Miami restaurants)

1104 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida
(305) 695-8383
website: dorakusushi.com




Sushi Samba:

Japanese fusion, moderninho and joyful in full Lincoln Road, complete with caipirinha and all.

600 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida
(305) 673-5337
website: www.sushisamba.com




Mr. Chow:

Chinese restaurant dedicated, gained fame on account of its skewer (satay) chicken with special sauce. It also serves a divine Peking duck. Watch out for prices that are as high as his fame, but worth knowing. It is located inside the W Hotel in South Beach.

2201 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, Florida
(305) 695-1695
website: www.mrchow.com



Bianca at Delano:

The Delano is one of those trendy hotels in Miami. The pool is a hell hole, full of beautiful people. And in such an environment could not miss a nice Italian restaurant. This is the case of Bianca, who has gained a legion of fans. Open every day of the week for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and a Sunday brunch.

1685 Collins Avenue, South Beach, Miami, Florida
(305) 674-5752
website: www.morganshotelgroup.com

 




Seraphina:

A darling of New York and São Paulo, also arrived in South Beach, within the Dream Hotel. The menu is widely varied, and open from breakfast. Great for a casual lunch, early or even a little dinner out with the kids. On the menu, lots of salads, pasta, meat and even pizza.

1111 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139, United States
(305) 534-8455
website: southbeach.serafinarestaurant.com




Prime Italian:

Piggybacking on the success of his brother Prime One Twelve, which is opposite the Prime Italian also turned point of beautiful people, this time looking for good pasta.

Miami Prime Italian (Best Miami restaurants)

101 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach, FL 33139, United States
(305) 695-8484
website: mylesrestaurantgroup.com




Scarpetta:

very intimate Italian restaurant within the Hotel Fontainebleau. In addition to the traditional Italian menu, there is also a vegetarian menu. Especially the tagliolini with mushrooms, butter and parmesan quality.

4441 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, Florida
(305) 535-3283
website: www.fontainebleau.com




Cecconi’s:

Delicious Italian in the exclusive hotel Soho Beach House Miami. The environment is beautiful, all lit up with mini lights, a balcony up there in charming, and great food. It’s not haute cuisine, but has options that appeal too, such as the truffle pizza and the gnocchi gorgonzola. Perfect to chat with love, friends, take a little wine and leave happy 🙂

Miami Cecconis 1 (Best of Miami restaurants)

4385 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, Florida
(786) 507-7902
website: www.cecconismiamibeach.com




Casa Tua:

This restaurant is beautiful, romantic atmosphere, darkened, ideal for couples. The food is not wonderful, but worth knowing. And now the Casa Tua is also a small hotel with 5 suites and personalized service.

1700 James Ave, Miami Beach, Florida
(305) 673-1010
website: www.casatualifestyle.com



Quattro:

very tasty Italian restaurant for lunch, if you’re walking along Lincoln Road. I would not recommend crossing the city at night to go there, but the day amid a walk in Lincoln, it’s quite tasty.

Miami Quattro (Best Miami restaurants)

1014 Lincoln Rd, Miami Beach, Florida
(305) 531-4833
website: www.quattromiami.com

Cipriani:

Cipriani is those The Italian restaurants to have lunch with friends, chat and see beautiful and sophisticated people. Overlooking the sea and decorated in navy tones, your photo mural has become successful in New York as well. Ask the famous pasta with parmesan cheese gratin.

465 Brickell Ave, Miami, FL 33131, United States
(786) 329-4090
website: www.cipriani.com

 

Seaspice:

A bistro whose specialty is fresh seafood, but the menu is quite varied. Go lobster, giant prawns, fresh oysters or prefer a mass, try the fresh tagliolini. Perfect to go with a quiet weekend when it is packed with beautiful people disembarking from their boats directly to rave about the food of the place.

Miami Seasalt 4 (Top Miami restaurants)

Miami Seasalt 1 (Best of Miami restaurants)

422 NW North River Dr, Miami, Florida
(305) 440-4200
website: seaspicemiami.com




La Mar:

One of the restaurants more loved in my last trip to Miami in the second half of 2014. This newly opened branch of La Mar is at the Mandarin Oriental Miami, overlooking the water in full Brickell Key, serving Peruvian and Japanese food fusion delicately and with much freshness. I loved a thousand times and recommend. Read the full post: Restaurant La Mar at the Mandarin Oriental Miami

Miami Mandarin La Mar 1 (Best of Miami restaurants)

Mandarin La Mar 12 (Best Miami restaurants)

500 Brickell Key Drive, Miami, FL 33131, United States
(305) 913-8288
website: www.mandarinoriental.com

catch:

Catch brother of New York, this restaurant specializes in seafood, but also serves food with oriental influence, as special sushi. It is one of the most popular at the time in Miami Beach and boils on Friday nights.

1545 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida
(786) 224-7200
website: emmgrp.com

Smith & Wollensky:

On the boardwalk in South Pointe Park, the sea, this restaurant is great for a drink in the late afternoon, or eat some snacks, as the dish of fresh seafood. Worth a lot for the environment, especially if the day is beautiful.

1 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida
(305) 673-2800
website: www.smithandwollensky.com

 

Mandolin Aegean Bistro

This Greek restaurant is like an oasis in the middle of Design District. The balcony Intramuros is super nice and very fresh, delicious food.

Miami Mandolin 5 (Best Miami restaurants)

Miami Mandolin 7 (Best of Miami restaurants)

4312 NE 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33137, United States
(305) 576-6066
website: www.mandolinmiami.com




Milos:

Near Ocean Drive, you will find in Milos what’s best in fresh fish and seafood, in addition to wines and delicious Greek yogurt with honey. For those who appreciate the pleasure of good simple food.

730 1st St, Miami Beach, Florida
(305) 604-6800
website: milos.ca




Prime 112:

and American cuisine restaurant, badaladinho next to Nikki Beach. Live crowded and is a delight!

Miami Prime 112 (Best of Miami restaurants)

112 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, Florida
(305) 532-8112
website: mylesrestaurantgroup.com

Gotham Steak:

This steak restaurant is inside the Fontainebleau Hotel, and is a good choice for dinner.

4441 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida
(305)535-3283
website: www.fontainebleau.com

If you haven’t consider Brickell a good place to dine, you have to try Brickell Restaurants!

 

 




BLT Steak House:

steak restaurant inside the charmosoThe Betsy Hotel with indoor and outdoor area. Bread “Pop” served at dinner cover charge is wonderful. Besides meats, tasty salads with family size portion.

1440 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, Florida
(305) 531-610)
website: www.thebetsyhotel.com

Meat Market:
Although old, the Meat Market still trying to please carnivores. moderninho style and in the middle of Lincoln Road.

Meat Market Miami (Miami Best Restaurants)

915 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florida
(305) 532.0088
website: www.meatmarketmiami.com

INTERNATIONAL:

Villa Azur:

French cuisine restaurant with Italian flair that is making the rounds in South Beach. Good for snacking one burrata or terrine of foie gras. Then choose between pasta, fish, sea fruits and meats. You can book through the OpenTable app. Pump on Thursday nights, it has DJ at night and it’s great fun that day. Read the post Villa Azur Miami restaurant and ballad Thursday

Miami Villa Azur 4 (Top Miami restaurants)

 

309 23rd St, Miami Beach, Florida
(305) 763-8688
website: www.villaazurmiami.com

The Bazaar by José Andrés:
This restaurant, as well as Katsuya, is within the SLS Hotel in South Beach. Serves Spanish cuisine with Latin influence in the form of tapas.

The Miami Bazaar 1 (Top Miami restaurants)

1701 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida
(305) 455-2995
website: slshotels.com




Baoli:

trendy restaurant in Miami Beach, perfect for meeting friends or even a birthday celebration. Food good, with nicely varied menu. If the table is large, ask the mix gigante desserts and delicious there. Worth it. The best day is Wednesday, considered the most amusing ballad of the city that day. I loved it so much I made the post: Baoli Miami: Wednesday city hottest

Baoli food 3 (Best of Miami restaurants)

1906 Collins Ave, Miami, FL 33139, United States
(305) 674-8822
website: www.baolimiami.com




Lippi:

Another novelty in Miami, Brickell area, with menus ranging in seafood, fish and meat. Frequented by executives in business lunch.

600 Brickell Ave, Miami, FL 33131, USA
(305) 579-1888
website: www.lippirestaurants.com

Lippi
Lippi

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Blue:

Restaurant and stylish contemporary food with a beautiful view from the balcony. It is located inside the Mandarin Oriental Hotel on Brickell Key.

Miami Blue Mandarin (2) (Top Miami restaurants)

500 Brickell Key Drive, Miami, Florida
(305) 913-8358
website: www.mandarinoriental.com

Michy’s:

beautiful restaurant, moderninho and at the same time very cozy. It is a contemporary bistro with an interesting menu and a good wine list. Grilled white fish with plantain and the Greek salad of watermelon, cucumber and blue cheese are divine. It is located in Upper East Side Miami, a little away from the tourist area of Miami Beach, but it’s an interesting proposal.

6927 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, Florida
(305) 759-2001
website: michysmiami.com

George’s in the Grove:

After the tourists ended Coconut Grove and gone from there, the sites returned to attend this yummy place, especially at night when the bars are crowded on the sidewalk. George’s in the Grove is no different. Dark, with high and sports through the TV’s music. Sing happy birthday and an animation only serve everything with great quality. I ate carpaccio, pasta, meat and everything was a delight. The cuisine is international, with one foot in France.

3145 Commodore Plaza, Miami, Florida
(305) 444-7878
website: georgesinthegrove.com

In addition to that already integrate our super list, keep an eye on these:
– Petit Bistro
– Khong River House
– Shorty-s

Brickell Restaurants in 2016

And Finally, Brickell Restaurants in 2017 listing in progress.