13 "Unique Dining Experience" restaurants in Miami.
Hiden is a $170 omakase spot in the back of a taco place in Wynwood, and is home to one of the best special occasion meals in the city.
Arson is a Downtown spot that specializes in meat and seafood and tends to light a lot of their dishes on fire.
Soya e Pomodoro is a charming Italian restaurant in Downtown heavily decorated with random things and hosts occasional live jazz.
El Carajo is a Spanish restaurant in the back of a gas station where you can pick out a bottle of wine from the store and eat tapas.
Amara At Paraiso in Edgewater is a beautiful place to eat outside and take in the view of Biscayne Bay. The mostly seafood menu is also really good.
Allapattah’s Smart Bites is a good option for a kind of healthy lunch - but the coolest part about this place is the huge, lush outdoor seating.
Da Tang Zhen Wei is a Chinese hot pot spot in Brickell with a ridiculously over-the-top dining room.
Barton G. is a grossly expensive restaurant that serves bad food alongside ridiculous props.
Shore To Door is a Coconut Grove fish market and restaurant where you can eat their very tasty daily catch in a casual backyard setup.
La Cocina is a cocktail bar in the back of Hialeah’s Stephen’s Deli, and it’s fun enough to visit whether or not you’re eating at the restaurant.
Boater's Grill is a casual seafood spot inside Bill Baggs State Park. It has a really nice view of the water too.
Vicky’s is a little ’80s-themed milkshake shop in Coconut Grove that serves some pretty insane shakes and has beer in a washing machine.