16 "American" Restaurants in Miami.
Head to Michael’s in the Design District for a guaranteed solid meal; whether it’s brunch or dinner, the food is always good, if a little expensive.
When you’ve had two to four more drinks than planned, head to La Sandwicherie in South Beach after a night out - they’re open until 5am.
27 Restaurant is the one of the best spots in Miami Beach for a group with a varied menu and a space that looks like the home of your coolest friend.
Upland is where to go to escape the clubs and chain steakhouses of South Pointe, while also enjoying some really good pizza and pasta.
A not-so-traditional Jewish deli in Surfside that’s great for huge deli sandwiches and matzo ball soup.
Kyu in Wynwood serves a mash up of modern American and Korean BBQ, along with a big list of wine and sake.
The Broken Shaker in South Beach is where to go for drinks on a tree-lined patio by a pool and to get away from the nearby clubs.
Beaker & Gray on North Miami Ave. is where to go in Wynwood for inventive brunch options and cocktails.
Joe’s Stone Crab is the 100-year-old seafood restaurant in South Pointe that’s famous for starting the stone crab craze.
Alter in Wynwood is the place to go for inventive tasting menus and one of the best wine lists in Miami.
Pinch Kitchen on Biscayne Blvd. is where to go for Latin-influenced brunch and bar food in the Upper East Side.
Finka Table & Tap in Kendall serves a mix of Cuban-meets-Korean bar food, along with Islas Canarias’ famous croquetas.
Sweet Dogs is where to go in Flagami for Miami-inspired hot dogs topped with everything from plantains to fried chow mein noodles.
Blue Collar on Biscayne Blvd. is where to go for huge sandwiches and elevated diner food in the Upper East Side.
Sweet Liberty Drink & Supply Co. in South Beach is where to go for good bar snacks and to day drink.