Take a Bite Out of the Magic City
Summertime in Miami is synonymous with vibrant flavors, thrilling aromas, and a culinary scene as lively as the city itself. First-time visitors may think of Cuban food when they think of Miami, but that’s only the beginning.
You’ll find a dizzying array of dishes in Miami drawing from culinary traditions from around the world. Whether you’re in the mood for fine dining at an exclusive upscale eatery or in search of satiating comfort food from one of the city’s food trucks, BBQ stands, or family-owned restaurants, you’ll find it in the 305.
Miami’s restaurant scene is always growing and changing, and our fleet of ultra-long-range jets is ready to bring you to the heart of the city. As you explore the city, you’ll discover your own favorite eateries. But to help you get started, we’ll tell you about some of ours.
Stubborn Seed: Innovating and Captivating
Located in South Beach, Stubborn Seed is the epitome of culinary creativity. Led by chef Jeremy Ford, the “Top Chef” Season 13 champion, this fine dining spot crafts dishes that are as visually stunning as they are delicious. Stubborn Seed only offers a tasting menu (and limited à la carte service at the bar), so you can relax as Ford takes you on a curated culinary adventure. As one food critic put it, their dishes have a “wow factor” that reminds patrons that food should be fun.
The Surf Club: Oceanside Elegance
The Surf Club by world-renowned chef Thomas Keller offers exquisite dining with breathtaking ocean views in a setting that evokes the spirit of old-school Miami. Start with oysters Rockefeller and a classic Caesar salad prepared tableside, before indulging in their legendary lobster Thermidor.
La Mar: A Taste of Peru
Peruvian cuisine comes alive at La Mar in Brickell. From succulent ceviche to flavorful anticuchos, Chef Gastón Acurio showcases the vibrant tastes of Peru. The lomo saltado, a stir-fried beef dish, is a must-try, paired with their signature pisco sour.
Calle Ocho: The Cuban Food Destination
Little Havana is centered around Southwest 8th Street, better known as Calle Ocho, and it’s your destination for the best Cuban fare in the country. Get the classic Cuban sandwich at Sanguich de Miami, Cuban-style chorizo burgers at El Rey de las Fritas, or ropa vieja at Cafe La Trova, and then drink mojitos and watch live music at Ball & Chain.
Makoto Bal Harbour: Japanese Sophistication
For a taste of Japanese cuisine, visit Makoto in Bal Harbour. Known for its sushi and robata-grilled dishes, Makoto offers an upscale dining experience. The toro tartare is an exceptional choice, paired with sake selected by their sommelier.
Bring Your Appetite on Your Miami Getaway
Miami’s culinary scene is a melting pot of flavors, cultures, and culinary concepts. Whether you’re an adventurous food explorer or a lover of classic tastes, Miami’s gastronomic offerings promise an unforgettable experience.
Contact your flight broker today to schedule your flight to Miami and be sure to bring your appetite!