Miami’s Hottest Restaurants

The Restaurant at the Raleigh

Tommy Hilfiger acquired the Raleigh in 2014 with plans to turn the classic property into a private social club, and the menu at its signature restaurant aims to be true “Miami American,” showcasing the latest locally sourced fresh fish and produce with a global flair.

Komodo

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David Grutman, founder of LIV and Story nightclubs, partnered with Jeffrey Chodorow’s famed eatery China Grill on this sexy, high-end Southeast Asian spot in the white-hot Brickell neighborhood. The enormous space serves stunning dishes like Lobster Dynamite—crispy sushi rice topped with lobster, quinoa and scallions.

N by Naoe Shabu Shabu

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The chef chooses what you eat at this intimate, prix fixe–only restaurant featuring Japanese fare served up at a communal table, and seats are very hard to come by. The Shabu Shabu—vegetables and real Japanese wagyu beef—quickly “swished” in a steaming light kelp stock, are as fresh as it gets.

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