Miami’s Hottest New Restaurants 2015

It wouldn’t really be a vacation to Miami if you didn’t get to rub shoulders with the city’s culinary elite. From weekend brunch to nighttime nosh, here are the hottest new eateries in The Magic City, as of September 2015


  1. Bistro Cassis

If you are a traditionalist who believes brunch should be available well before noon, Bistro Cassis might satisfy your appetite. Available Sundays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., this brunch features à la carte French fare as well as unlimited sangria, mimosas, Bloody Marys and Bellinis—all for just $19 per person.
Located at: 118 Buena Vista Boulevard, Miami, FL 33137


  1. Centro Taco

For those who are interested in brunch with a little more kick to it, Richard Hales’ new Mexican restaurant is bound to deliver. Among the menu’s offerings are chicken and waffles with tequila-infused syrup, chilled lobster tail and vegan pancakes. Don’t forget to keep the margaritas flowing!
Located at: 125 SE 3rd Ave, Miami, FL 33131


  1. Coya

Peruvian restaurant Coya—also found in London and Dubai—offers a rich brunch menu. Available to you are a selection of ceviches, tiraditos, maki rolls, causas and salads, followed by signature anticuchos and desserts for the table to share. You will pay between $75 and $95, depending on your drink of choice, for a brunch that is served Sundays from noon to 3 p.m.
Located at: 999 Brickell Ave., Miami, FL 33131



  1. Alter

New to Wynwood is Brad Kilgore’s restaurant Alter. You can expect relatively inexpensive fare and impressive plating techniques. Consider dining on scallop carpaccio, blue crab shumai, glazed brisket or panna cotta. Too many good choices to decide? A five-course tasting menu is available for $42.
Located at: 223 NW 23rd St., Miami, FL 33127


  1. Golden Fig

If you’re interested in satisfying your craving for classic American dishes while simultaneously being kind to your body, Golden Fig has many nutrient-rich offerings. It would be hard to go wrong with their grass-fed burger and hand-cut fries, but their pan-seared chicken breast with collard greens would be sure to satisfy. And don’t forget dessert—peach cobbler as well as key lime and s’mores jars are available for $9 each.
Located at: 1250 S.Miami Ave CU #4, Miami Financial District, FL 33130



  1. Red Ginger

If Asian cuisine is your food of choice, you won’t want to miss Red Ginger. Located in the South of Fifth neighborhood, this joint is just steps away from the beach. It features izakaya fare, sushi, specialty cocktails and a large selection of Japanese whiskey, among other refreshments.  And don’t worry—if you don’t want to leave the comfort of your Luxury Rentals Miami Beach lodging, Red Ginger also offers delivery.
Located at: 736 1st Street, Miami Beach, FL 33139


  1. The Continental

A sister restaurant of Stephen Starr’s 20-year-old Continental Restaurant & Martini Bar in Philadelphia, this new eatery features a variety of flavors and refreshments, including tiki-inspired eats. You even have choices when it comes to ambiance: eat inside the mid-century modern dining room or step into paradise on the tropical patios (if you do this, be sure to order a Island Thyme Sangria, to complete the effect). Currently the restaurant is open for brunch (Sat. and Sun. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.), dinner and cocktails, and a lunch menu is on the horizon.
Located at: 2360 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, FL 33139


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