New & Hot Places

New Restaurants in Miami

You can’t stay on top of the Miami dining scene without knowing what’s new — which is why we offer this indispensable list of the most notable restaurant openings around town. We’ll update the guide every week, keeping the latest openings at the top of the page.

  • Baby Jane
    • New
    • Bar And Grill
    • Brickell Area
    The Ariete team is behind this bungalow-style Brickell eatery and bar, serving housemade bites (think duck and foie gras croquettes and grilled wings), plus local beers and craft cocktails into the wee hours. Brick walls with hanging elk horns, bright blue church pew seats, a fireplace and a tile bar create a cozy yet hip feel.
  • Bulla Gastrobar
    • New
    • Spanish
    • Doral
    Helmed by an El Bulli alum, these "high-end tapas" haunts in Coral Gables and Doral dole out "creative", "delicioso" Spanish plates and "generous cocktails" (plus wine and beer) in a "relaxed" environment where servers are "well trained – especially to keep pouring"; tabs can add up, but the "soothing" interior outfitted with leather booths and light wood furniture, plus an outdoor seating area inspired by the Barcelona market, make this "social scene" a "gem."
  • Pawn Broker
    • New
    • Bar
    • Downtown
    From the Pubbelly Boys comes this rooftop drinkery in Downtown’s revamped Langford Hotel (also home to PB Station), serving classic and inventive cocktails plus elevated bar fare into the wee hours. In addition to an industrial-chic indoor bar, there's an outside lounge with plenty of seating space and sweeping views of the Miami skyline.
  • Zuuk Mediterranean Kitchen
    • New
    • Mediterranean
    • Brickell Area
    The build-your-own concept veers Mediterranean at this Brickell fast-casual located near sister restaurant My Ceviche, where diners opt for pitas, grain bowls or salads topped with oven-baked falafel or grilled meats, plus dips and spreads like tzatziki, hummus and baba ghanoush. It's all served in a cool space outfitted with butcher-block style communal tables and metallic accents.
  • Ms. Cheezious
    • New
    • Coral Gables
    The local food truck famous for its gourmet grilled cheeses rolls out brick-and-mortar locations in MiMo and Coral Gables, serving patty melts, croqueta monsieurs (made with croquettes) and s'more melts, plus build-your-own sandwiches, craft beer and wine. The modern digs exude a playful spirit, with industrial lighting and an artsy neon-lit version of the company's trademark pin-up character hung on the wall.
  • I Heart Mac And Cheese
    • New
    • American
    • Fort Lauderdale
    Customized mac 'n' cheese is the thing at this Fort Lauderdale counter-serve spot boasting 14 different kinds of queso, 20 proteins ranging from bacon and short ribs, to lobster and pepperoni, plus local craft beer and wine on tap. Comfort-food fans stop by for a bowl to-go or settle down in the whimsical space, outfitted with industrial and rustic elements.
  • Grown
    • New
    • Miami
    Former Miami Heat star Ray Allen and his wife raise the counter-serve bar with this airy, modern South Miami haven, offering customizable, health-minded wraps, sandwiches and salads, plus smoothies and entrees, made with local ingredients (including produce plucked from the rooftop garden). P.S. There's also a drive-thru window for diners on the go.
    • New
    • Japanese
    • Doral
    The first Miami location of this Florida chainlet brings a modern omakase menu, robata fare, a noodle bar, dishes like sake-steamed clams and a boutique fish market serving on-the-go items to Downtown Doral. Paying homage to traditional Japanese seafood markets, the massive izakaya space features high ceilings, metal fixtures, red chairs, a communal table and chandeliers fashioned from giant fishhooks.
  • Caviar Russe
    • New
    • Brickell Area
    Helmed by Alain Ducasse alum, David Valencia, this Manhattan transplant brings true decadence to Brickell’s Four Seasons hotel via a caviar-centric menu paired with over 20 champagne options, plus New American offerings including a raw bar, crudo and seasonal seafood. The chic decor showcases opulent details, like a caviar “bubbles” inspired chandelier, white Italian leather chairs and marble tables. PS: There’s a boutique next door for roe on the run.
  • PB Station
    • New
    • American
    • Downtown
    The Pubbelly Boys expand their empire to the mainland with this New American eatery at Downtown's historic Langford Hotel, serving seafood charcuterie like octopus pepperoni, entrees including Wagyu beef with foie butter and grilled shrimp with sofrito and bacon, plus an inventive cocktail list to match. The sleek, train-station–inspired dining room has a distinctive mod-retro vibe, complete with wooden banquettes, green-leather booths, white-tiled walls and station signage.
  • Bachour Bakery + Bistro
    • New
    • Brickell Area
    From celebrated pastry chef Antonio Bachour and former Eating House chef Henry Hané comes this Brickell bakery and cafe, serving beautifully presented signature pastries and desserts (think guava and cheese croissants and mojito cakes), plus elevated bistro fare. An open kitchen gives guests a peek at the proceedings while stone walls, plants and warm furnishings add warmth to the industrial-chic digs.
  • Glass & Vine
    • New
    • Floridian
    • Coconut Grove
    Chopped champion and Eating House chef Giorgio Rapicavoli helms this Peacock Park eatery in the former Coconut Grove library space, offering shareable, European-inspired vegetable, seafood and meat dishes, plus unique craft cocktails. Drawing inspiration from its lush surroundings, the nature-hued interior features a vine-covered roof with ceiling windows, a large bar and glass sliding accordion doors that connect to a tropical patio.
  • Los Fuegos by Francis Mallmann
    • New
    • Argentinean
    • Miami Beach
    South American chef and grillmaster Francis Mallmann brings his updated Argentinean concept to the lavish Faena hotel, serving meats, seafood and classic regional dishes from his open-fire kitchen. Gold-and-red accents and a massive chandelier lend the dining room an opulent feel, while the breezy poolside veranda, featuring an intricate, ocean-inspired ambiance, provides a more casual experience.
  • Quinto La Huella
    • Brickell Area
    From the people behind Uruguay’s famous eatery and Latin America’s 50 Best Restaurants winner, Parador La Huella, comes this swanky outpost featuring a meat-heavy menu of charcoal-grilled and wood-fired fare at Brickell City Centre's EAST, Miami hotel. Rustic wooden furnishings and copper accents fill the expansive space that encompasses a buzzy bar, an elegant dining room and an outdoor patio with sweeping views of the Miami skyline.

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