Big Pink, located on the corner, offers a laid back experience and a vintage diner feel. The expansive menu features larger-than-life portions of souped-up traditional diner foods as well as comfort foods from a variety of cultures and it has a full bar.
Since opening its doors eight years ago, Prime 112 has obtained national and international acclaim for its outstanding service, menu and atmosphere. Prime 112 is the ultimate celebrity-saturated culinary experience. Reservations are a must, and you may still have to wait for your table, especially in season. Enjoy the bacon strips at the bar while you’re waiting.
For 101 years, no visit to Miami has been complete without stopping in at Joe's Stone Crab. Joe’s is a Miami institution and is open October-May, with limited summer hours through August. Reservations aren't accepted, so the wait can be long. Try the takeaway next door if you're in a rush (October-May only)
Brazilian steakhouse, meat prepared in gaucho style.
Radio Bar – 4 blocks away
814 1st St., Miami Beach
Using the back door as an entrance (where the radio tower is stationed), Radio Bar offers friendly spot to enjoy a craft cocktail while dancing to eclectic tunes. An inviting atmosphere where you can wear flip flops or a business suit when sipping on a great rum or bourbon.
Radio serves locals craft beers, handcrafted cocktails and “snack bar” food items. There is a Daily Happy Hour with 2-4-1 signature cocktails & PBR’s from 6PM – 8PM.
Red, the Steakhouse was named One of the Top Ten Steakhouses in the country. Owned and operated by Cleveland restaurateur Brad Friedlander it is recommended that you call or click on the website to make reservations as tables fill up fast.
If you don't speak Spanish, order: “Cafe con leche, poquito azucar, and croquetas” - all are delicious!
Philippe – 2 blocks away
36 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach
Luxury Chinese cuisine by world famous chef - Philippe Chow.
Primo Pizza- 1 block away
100 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
Real New York Pizza taste with all the tropical atmosphere of Miami.
Smith & Wollensky – 3 blocks away
1 Washington Avenue, At South Pointe Park, Miami Beach
Smith & Wollensky’s breathtaking location includes a waterfront café, outdoor patio, two floors of restaurant seating and water-view. Start or finish your evening at the fashionable Deco bar. The restaurant proudly serves USDA Prime steaks, premium seafood and award-winning wines.
This fast-casual Mexican restaurant originated in South Beach; the focus at Lime Fresh is on fresh ingredients. Lime Fresh serves burritos, tacos and quesadillas – with kid-sized versions offered for less than $5. Imported beer and wines are available, along with frozen margaritas.
Open for both lunch and dinner, Piola has classics the kids will love and options for those with more expansive culinary taste, like a pizza with ricotta and smoked salmon or the Miami Beach with arugula and mozzarella.