“Modern farmhouse” may not be the first thing that Miami calls to mind, but this indoor outdoor space in Coconut Grove is spot on. The New American menu features small plates and shareable entrées, most of which come off a wood-fired grill.
Nobu at Eden Roc
The city’s newest luxury resort and spa wouldn’t be complete without an outpost of the iconic Japanese eatery, which takes full advantage of the property’s historic Art Deco architecture. There’s even a Nobu hotel-within the-hotel coming soon, if you want the full immersion experience.
The menu of the first modern steakhouse in the U.S., Prime 112, includes all the classics—but better. Think dry-aged beef and truffle-infused dishes (like a truffle provolone cheese fondue, and deviled eggs with white truffle and caviar) that’ll leave you wondering why you ever ate steak anywhere else.