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Miami, Florida 72-Hour Vacation

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WHERE TO EAT — MIAMI RESTAURANTS


Garcia's Seafood Grille & Fish Market Seafood
12/20
398 NW N. River Dr.
Miami, FL 33130
Menu
Sit on the dock next to the Miami River and chow down a freshly grilled mahi sandwich. More...

Graziano’s Argentinean
13/20
394 Giralda Ave.
Coral Gables, FL 33134
Menu
Authentic Argentine-style parrilla-grilled meats (and fish) plus pastas in an upscale setting. More...

Michael's Genuine Food & Drink New American
15/20
Dining Room at Michael Atlas Plaza
130 NE 40th St.
Miami, FL 33137

A great neighborhood restaurant with budget-friendly food that’s mostly simple, and simply topnotch. More...

The Oceanaire Seafood Room Seafood
14/20
Dining Room at The Oceanaire Seafood Room, Miami, FL 900 S. Miami Ave., Ste. 111
Miami, FL 33130
Menu
Though lacking a waterfront setting, retro-tiled Oceanaire might well be Miami’s most evocative classic fishhouse. More...

Puerto Sagua Cuban
11/20
700 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Menu
Traditional Cuban, served in large portions in a bustling, Havana-reminiscent setting. More...

SUSHISAMBA dromo Japanese
14/20
Dining Room at SUSHISAMBA dromo, Miami Beach, FL 600 Lincoln Rd.
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Menu
At this stylish Lincoln Road resto-lounge, the mix of Japanese, Peruvian and Brazilian flavors is as exciting as the people-watching. More...

Yakko-San Japanese
14/20
3881 NE 163 St.
North Miami Beach, FL 33160
Menu
Small plates of authentic Japanese home-cooking favorites (both cold and raw and cooked dishes) have long been the specialty; and there’s sushi, too. More...

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