38 "Dining Solo" restaurants in Miami.
Sanguich De Miami in Little Havana makes the best Cuban sandwiches in the city.
Little Havana’s La Camaronera serves great seafood in a casual space. It’s also where you’ll find the incredible pan con minuta sandwich.
Itamae is a stall within the Design District’s St. Roch Market, and they serve the best Nikkei food in Miami.
Sushi Erika is a little Japanese restaurant in North Bay Village. There’s almost always a wait because every roll here is delicious.
Amelia’s 1931 is a modern Cuban diner with delicious things like chicharron-battered mozzarella sticks.
Boss Cow is a small Brickell spot that specializes in steak frites and has some of the best french fries you’ll find anywhere.
Chef Creole is where to go in Little Haiti for classic Haitian dishes like conch, griot, and stewed oxtail.
Katana in North Beach is one of those sushi restaurants where the plates float by on a little stream, and it works great for small groups or dates.
Ahi Sushi Bar is a tiny sushi spot on Calle Ocho that serves some very good raw fish and is also BYOB.
Ono Poke is a casual spot in Wynwood that serves surprisingly good poke and lets you build your own bowl.
Coyo Taco is a casual taco shop with multiple locations throughout Miami, and the tacos are definitely worth waiting in line.
Blue Ribbon is a solid sushi and fried chicken spot in South Beach good for a date or nice weekend dinner.
Bali Cafe is a colorful cash-only restaurant in Downtown serving some very good traditional Indonesian food.
Ms. Cheezious in MiMo is where you want to go if you’re in the mood for any kind of grilled cheese.
Daily Bread is a cafeteria-style Middle Eastern restaurant with a little marketplace inside.