Top 5 Places To Eat in Brickell
As one of the hottest neighborhoods in Miami, Brickell is home to a seemingly endless array of amazing restaurants. Whether looking for some of the freshest seafood, the tastiest Mexican, or the hottest downtown scene, Brickell has it all. Gearing up to try one of these top spots for dinner this weekend, but not sure where to start with all our nearby options? Let Monarc help you narrow it down with our guide to the 5 best places to eat in Brickell.
The original authentic Neapolitan pizzeria in Miami, Stanzione 87 serves up piping hot wood-fired pies straight from the oven. With fresh ingredients imported from Italy and homemade mozzarella, even the simplest margherita pie is absolutely delicious. A great wine list featuring natural wines and Italian imports, and an extensive craft beer selection, rounds out the menu.
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River Oyster Bar
A Brickell favorite since 2003, River Oyster Bar is the go-to for a classic seafood menu. Nosh on staples like crab cakes, mussels, and squid ink spaghetti in an elevated, contemporary setting. And don’t miss their excellent Happy Hour, featuring ½ price oysters and $6 prosecco, daily from 4:30-7pm.
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Cantina La Veinte
Expect to find top-notch Mexican cuisine at this popular Brickell spot. Cantina La Veinte is a real cantina, with a menu that merges traditional Mexican dishes and culinary techniques alongside innovative avante-garde twists. The make-your-own tacos are a particularly fun and tasty option, and stop by on Sundays for a prix-fixe unlimited á la carte menu and bottomless margaritas, champagne, and rosé from 11:00am-5pm.
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Head to Novikov for a hot downtown Miami scene and an exceptional menu of sushi, dim sum, and Chinese main dishes. The trendy setting also makes for excellent people-watching while sipping one of Novikov’s signature cocktails, like the Tokyo Mule or Lychee Martini.
La Petite Maison
Enjoy upscale French-Mediterranean fare in the heart of the financial and business District at La Petite Maison. With a menu of sophisticated Niçoise dishes, a meal in their Belle Epoque-style interior is a delight from start to finish. La Petite Maison is every bit as warm and inviting as it is classy.