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The beautiful blue – green waters of Biscayne Bay Miami beckons from every angle and the waves of the Atlantic Ocean, blue as the sky, going to meet the A1A. In Miami, eat facing the ocean is “must do” thing. See below the list of the TOP Beachfront Restaurants in Miami.
Trio On The Bay – $$
The Trio, which belongs to a nightclubs businessman of Miami, is a perfect place for a romantic diner in Miami. The Trio has expansive views of the bay and an environment of great astral club. Book a table outside if you can, or arrive early to enjoy the cocktails outdoors. On the outside, there are comfortable wicker armchairs, tables with umbrellas arranged the waterfront and a large space bar and patio. Inside, there are several entertainment venues, bars and big screen TVs. There is something for everyone on the menu, which offers a wide variety of appetizers, pizzas, pastas and entrees. Dance and live music round out the fun at this restaurant and lounge at the sea.
The Miami branch of this internationally acclaimed Japanese restaurant offers breathtaking views of the Miami River and the city skyline. The Zuma is situated in the EPIC Miami Hotel. The menu of izakaya style restaurant offers grilled, sushi and sashimi, vegetables and fresh meats and an extensive selection of sakes. The yachts are berthed outside and on your desk you can see the drawbridge go up the river. A toast (with sake, of course) to that.
Rusty Pelican – $$
This beachfront restaurant recently refurbished offers the best views of the Downtown Miami skyline. The menu consists of a modern American cuisine with small plates perfect for sharing, a wine list full of unique varieties and an impressive rustic bar serving fresh ceviche and seafood straight from the docks. In the lounge and outdoor area, sip cocktails under the stars with a selection of specialty drinks, beers and wines by the glass.
Lido Restaurant & Bayside Grill – $$
The hotel The Standard Miami and residents gather at Lido Restaurant & Bayside Grill. Umbrellas glistening in the dock, a cool Mediterranean menu and stunning views of Biscayne Bay Miami are just a few characteristics of visual inspiration and meticulous design that make this outdoor restaurant renowned in the city. Inspired by the diet and the traditional lifestyle of the Mediterranean, healthy, coastal , full and natural, chef Mark Zeitouni created a menu with emphasis on organic meats and fish and high quality olive oil, fresh herbs , grilled and organic wines and biodynamic .
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Lighthouse Café – $
Located in Key Biscayne , Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park (State Park Bill Baggs Cape Florida) is home to a historic lighthouse built in 1825 and rebuilt in 1846. Lighthouse is the oldest structure in Miami – Dade County (Miami- Dade) and is situated in one of the most beautiful beaches of Miami. A few steps from the lighthouse is called the Lighthouse Café, where you can enjoy a fresh fish sandwich and other simple dishes such as pasta, paella and grilled sandwiches . Open for breakfast and lunch.
Garcia’s Seafood Grill & Fish Market – $$
This casual seafood restaurant is located on the banks of the Miami River and has its own fleet of fishing boats. The menu has a large variety of fish and fresh seafood, including crabs, grouper, snapper, lobster and shrimp. Eat the banks of the historic Miami River while boats make their way to the sea.
Gibraltar – $$$
Why not escape to a private island for dinner in Miami? You can do this at the Grove Isle Resort & Spa the Gibraltar is a classy restaurant Grove Isle, surrounded by the waters of Biscayne Bay. The day is beautiful, but the glittering city lights are a bonus if you come at night. Here, you can relax in a comfortable chair amidst luxurious decor. The menu is equally enjoyable. Grilled branzino, roasted Chilean sea bass or grouper black crust potato compete for the attention of lovers of seafood. Have carnivores rave about Black Angus steak, lamb chop double or dry aged beef from New York. The service is quick and professional. Desserts are a dream. You never want to cross the bridge back to the mainland.
Red Fish Grill – $$
Located at Matheson Hammock Park, this is one of the most wanted places to visit in Miami. Although you are surrounded by an area of beach and a lagoon connected to Biscayne Bay may think you’re dining somewhere in the Caribbean. Sea view? Yes. Palm trees swaying gently in the breeze? Yes! Torches? Yes! It’s easy to understand why this little restaurant is so popular for weddings.
Smith & Wollensky – $$$
This is one of the best places to watch the sunset from Miami. Situated next to South Pointe Park in Miami Beach to the Smith & Wollensky offers prime beef and an award-winning wines. Goers enjoy cocktails in the outdoor area and watch the sunset that fills the sky with breathtaking Miami tones of mandarin, lavender and pink. Cruise ships sail slowly in output Port Miami. A stroll after dinner at one of the most beautiful parks in Miami is the perfect way to end a meal here.
Scotty’s Landing – $
Residents go to Scotty’s on weekend afternoons to take cold beer and enjoy servings of fish, shrimp, chicken and fried conch. This small bar and outdoor restaurant of Coconut Grove is located on Biscayne Bay, next to the Chart House. Keep the car in the parking lot of the City of Miami and walk towards the sea. Scotty’s is popular with boaters, and dogs are welcome too. Live music on weekends to complete casual and fun atmosphere of this relaxed getaway to the seaside.
Chart House – $$
This restaurant overlooks the Dinner Key Marina in Coconut Grove, one of the most beautiful neighborhoods of Miami. Sailboats and yachts floating outside customers while enjoying generous portions of prime meats, fresh fish, pasta and salads. The Chart House is the perfect place in Miami to impress corporate clients, friends from other cities or for a “date” with someone special. There is a lovely walkway outside where you can stroll under the moonlight of Miami or catch a cool breeze from the bay before or after the meal.
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