Miami is a wonderful beach resort that attracts tourists from far and near with its spectacular beaches, soothing spa centers and sparkling nightlife. South Beach area is famous for its fascinating ambience, al fresco cafés, shopping arcades and bars along with Art Deco hotels. In addition, the turquoise waters Atlantic Ocean and the expansive sugary-white sand beaches add more magnetism to the charismatic atmosphere of the picturesque Atlantic Ocean a set off by an expanse of white sugar-sand beaches. The wide range of stimulating restaurants on Florida’s Miami Beach adds one more reason to visit this area.
Visiting the South Beach and still not sure where to dine? Here is a list of a few Miami restaurants on beach where you’ll definitely something truly delicious as per your taste!
Joe’s Stone Crab: Renowned for the lip-smacking stone crab claws, Joe’s Stone Crab, at the end of South Beach, Miami, in fact, claims to be the place where this scrumptious treat was first discovered. Originated in the year 1913, Joe’s Stone Crab soon became a landmark in Miami and its menu including chicken, steaks and ribs along with side items such as fresh salads, grilled tomatoes and so on other than choicest stone crab claws narrate the story its success.
Don’t forget, the restaurant is opened during the stone crab season only, i.e., October 15th – May 15th. Therefore, if you’re a foodie and stone claws entice you, plan your Miami trip accordingly. Moreover, this a high tourist season too, so better book your airline tickets in advance to get cheapest flights to Miami so that you can spend more on food and fun activities.
Azul: Azul is an award-wining restaurant located in the Mandarin Oriental hotel. The winner of Wine Spectacular Award, Azul promises a romantic ambiance and awe-inspiringly beautiful views of Biscayne Bay. Asian touch to the Mediterranean cuisine and extensive wine list have together played a significant role in helping Azul earn a place in the list of Top 100 Hotel Restaurants by Zagat survey.
News Café: Eat eggs, people-watch and read a newspaper simultaneously! News Café started its journey of success in the year 1988, when its owner opened this Miami restaurant on the beach with a few tables, a newspaper kiosk and a few bookshelves. Today the beach-side restaurant has turned into an outstanding 24-hr breakfast venue renowned for the eggs Florentine, smoked salmons, burgers, fries and buttermilk pancakes it offers.
Capital Grille: Not much to say, Capital Grille ranks among the Top 10 Steakhouses by Zagat’s survey. Outstanding food with a selection of lip-smacking beef cuts, celebrated wine list, enticing dessert cart, dignified setting and stupendous customer service make it an ideal venue of for all occasions be it a business lunch or a dinner with your counterpart.
Other noteworthy Miami restaurants on the beach are Café Prima Pasta (an Italian restaurant), Tobbaco Road (Miami’s oldest bar where you get taste great burgers and hear live blues music), The Palm (a steakhouse known for cheesecakes), and Tropical Chinese.