20 "Outdoor/Patio Situation" restaurants in Miami.
The Anderson on 79th is part trip to the 1980s with animal print and a disco ball, part tiki-bar with palm trees and rum cocktails.
Phuc Yea is one of the most creative spots in Miami, with a Vietnamese-Cajun menu and a colorful space in MiMo.
Serving Persian food in a bright space, Fooq’s in Downtown Miami is great for anytime you need good food and a “cool place.”
1-800-Lucky is an Asian food hall in Wynwood - come with those friends who can never decide where to eat and get a frozen beer or slushie.
Head to Palmar on NW 29th St. with a small group for some of the best Chinese food in the city, in a space that looks like a large green box.
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.
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.
Taquiza in North Beach is where to go for the best Mexican tacos in Miami, and one of the most affordable meals in the area.
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.
Lung Yai Thai Tapas in Little Havana is where to go for Thai small plates and classics like khao soi and massaman curry.
Ghee Indian Kitchen in the Design District serves modern, farm-to-table takes on classic Indian dishes like dosas and curries.
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.
Lucali in Sunset Harbour is where to go for the best New York-style pizza in Miami.