Marabú pays homage to Cuban culture with its unique name. In the same vein, the restaurant’s artisanal cuisine brings Cuba’s countryside dishes to the table with bursts of smoky, rich flavor as they are cooked with charcoal. Likewise, the cuisine offers a variety of items on the menu ranging from large-format meats, rices, and vegetables as well as seafood.
Komodo connects the heart of Miami’s vibrant Brickell neighborhood with the regional flavors and flair of Southeast Asia. With an inviting indoor-outdoor flow—which carries patrons from a sleek wood-paneled interior to a lush and tropical covered terrace—the restaurant spans 3 stories and features 300 tabletop, booth, and bar seats. Outside, floating aeries provide additional intimate
A love letter to Miami…
Inspired by its idyllic bayside setting, Amara at Paraiso brings together bold Latin American flavors, coastal ingredients, and South Florida’s diversity of food culture to create the quintessential Miami waterfront restaurant from environment to cuisine and vibe. Experience the dynamic energy, local ingredients, and natural beauty of Biscayne Bay that defines what living in Miami is all about.
In 1913, Joe Weiss opened up a small lunch counter on Miami Beach. This was before Miami Beach was even a city. Folks stopped in to chat and for a top-notch fish sandwich and fries. This, of course, was only the beginning, and what happened next is a story worth telling.
A lifestyle created with heart, each Casa Tua destination is a true one-of-a-kind experience promising authentic cuisine, elegant design, impeccable service, and of course, amazing company. We focus on simplicity, while sharing the things in life that are intrinsically good. Our properties uniquely combine fine dining, art, culture and experiences with warmth, comfort and soul. Craftsmanship, artistry, love, passion, sustainability and philanthropy are at the core of what we do.do.
AtKatana, boats full of sushi and sashimi float downstream through a conveyor belt past every seat. Raw assortments include white fish, tuna, and salmon sashimi. Make sure to keep track of the colors of the plates you scoop up, as each color represents a different price. The restaurant is first come first serve, however the wait is definitely worth your while.
Papi Steak fuses Golden Era Hollywood swagger with modern day Miami energy to create an entirely new steakhouse experience. The restaurant, which is located in Miami Beach’s South of Fifth neighborhood, serves elevated contemporary twists on classic chophouse dishes.
Mandolin Aegean Bistro incorporates the flavors of the Aegean. Inspired by the coastal towns and seasonal cuisine of the region that unites Greece and Turkey. Our table is where family and friends can gather for love, laughter and spirited conversations.
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