With a new Saturday night residency at E11EVEN nightclub, DJ LEE KALT shows us how to visit Miami and eat like a local.
We joined #TheFamily for the tastiest week long tour of Miami’s favorite meals. With a DJ who is also an outstanding Chef as our guide we experienced Miami’s best food and drinks. From the hidden gems to the flashest hot spots we discovered the most honest food always comes from a humble place.
JUVIA – (view)
The food is outstanding and the view is second to none at this indoor / outdoor culinary masterpiece towering over Lincoln Road.
Hint: reserve early and request an outdoor table.
Address: 1111 Lincoln Rd, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Phone: (305) 763-8272 | website
BAHAMIAN POT RESTAURANT –
Hands down with out a doubt the best breakfast in Miami, trust me. See our official review on google here. click here
Hint: the Jonny Cakes are a must have!
Address: 1413 NW 54th St, Miami, FL 33142
Phone: (305) 693-5053
NAOE – (sushi)
Chef Kevin Cory delivers nothing less then the 29 points that Zagat rates his sushi. Dining here is often referred to as a religious experience. See his reviews here, they are nothing short of extrodinary .
Hint: Reserve early, reservations can be harder to get than a Cuban visa.
Address: 661 Brickell Key Dr, Miami, FL 33131
Phone: (305) 947-6263 | website
ZUMA – (asian fusion)
Impressive, sophisticated, creative, trendy, sexy and most of all delicious Asian delicacies populate the menu here.
Hint: Miami Heat on the drink menu is our favorite cocktail drink in Miami.
Address: 270 Biscayne Blvd Way, Miami, FL 33131
Phone: (305) 577-0277 | website
BLUE COLLAR – (comfort food)
Comfort food at this new Miami eatery is a force to be reckoned with. Well worth the time you will wait for your table.
Hint: Duck Egg McMuffin’, enough said.
Address: 6730 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33138
Phone: (305) 756-0366 | website
PANTHER COFFEE – (coffee)
Aside from being the unofficial heart of Miami’s Wynwood Art District, Panther serves up the finest coffee in Miami. Roasted on premises, they make “cold brew” which is much stronger than coffee brewed hot.
Hint: order a Cortado or a Cortadito (cuban coffee), that’s what real Miami locals drink.
Address: 2390 NW 2nd Ave, Miami, FL 33127
Phone: (305) 677-3952 | website
LA SANDWICHERIE – (sandwich, 24 hr)
A Miami Beach institution for 25 years, the best late-night bite to eat on the beach, and they deliver.
Hint: none of their sandwiches are complete without being completley drenched in their famous dressing, order extra.
Address: 229 14th St Miami Beach, FL 33139
Phone: (305) 532-8934 | website
JOE’S STONE CRAB – (quintessential miami)
Open since 1913, Joe’s serves up local stone crab claws, chilled & cracked with lime and their famous mustard sauce. By the way, Stone Crab Claws are removed from only living crabs which are returned to the water to re-generate their claws.
Hint: Fired Lobster, Chilled Killer King Crab Legs, Fried Green Tomato’s, Joe’s Famous Coleslaw.
Address: 11 Washington Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Phone: (305) 673-0365 | website
SCARPETTA – (itallian)
If you love Italian food you will be pleasantly surprised with the new stratosphere of Italian cuisine Chef Scott Conant has created at Scarpetta.
Hint: Truffles, Truffles, Truffles!
Address: 4441 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, FL 33140
Phone: (305) 674-4660 | website
CHOCIES CAFÉ – (healthy, vegan, organic)
If you are looking to detox or just want a healthy meal, Choices offers the best organic menu in Miami where everything you eat is good for your body.
Hint: take home their cleansing juices.
Address: 379 SW 15th Rd, Miami, FL 33129
Phone:(305) 400-8895 | website