If you are looking for a high-end luxury restaurant in Miami you should definitely check these out!
Located inside the Mandarin Oriental Hotel on Brickell Key, the restaurant offers contemporary French-Asian fusion cuisine and an outstanding wine list. Set in a high-energy atmosphere with stunning views of Biscayne Bay and the Miami skyline, Azul is the city’s most acclaimed fine dining experience.
A modern Japanese restaurant located in the heart of downtown Miami, 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.
The worlds most recognized Japanese restaurant, known for its innovative style paired with a hip crowd and celebrity following. Nobu Miami Beach is one of those “bucket list” places to dine.
4. Casa Tua
If you desire ambiance, great service, and excellent Italian cuisine then this is your best choice. Casa Tua offers an exclusive dining experience, located in an elegant villa, it captures the feel of a posh private club on the Italian Riviera.
5. Prime 112
The first modern steakhouse in the United States, Prime 112 revolutionized the industry from the moment restaurateur Myles Chefetz opened its doors on January 2, 2004. Prime 112 is one of the best and oldest steakhouses in Miami.
If you want to have a Japanese experience that will blow your mind? NAOE Restaurant Miami is the place for you. Chef Kevin Cory specializes in natural Japanese Cuisine at NAOE.
Cecconi’s Miami Beach, located in the worldwide famous SOHO house, is a modern day classic Italian restaurant. The luxury decor and beautiful furniture set the romantic ambiance complimented by great service and food.
8. Joe’s Stone Crab
This is a must if you are on Miami Beach. Stone crab season runs from October through May and this classic Miami Beach dining room serves the best crabs in town to a crowd more than willing to wait in line for a taste of the ocean’s bounty.