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  • New Restaurants Miami worth Checking Out

    Whether staying at one of our Miami luxury villas or South Beach penthouse rentals, you deserve to treat yourself to authentic Miami cuisine. Stay up-to-date with the latest food host spots and Miami’s best new restaurants.

    Malibu Farm

    Malibu Farm is an upscale beach-shack-style restaurant newly opened in Miami. Other locations include Newport Beach, Malibu, and Lanai. California native Helene Henderson started Malibu Farm. Henderson is a model-turned-chef. She started Malibu Farm by offering farm dinners in her backyard and out of her home.

    Henderson gradually expanded from a casual counter-service cafe to four restaurants around the country. Malibu Farm uses recipes made with whole wheat flour, whole grains and vegetables, and fruits. You won’t find artificial ingredients or non-fat recipes at Malibu Farm. Instead, they source ingredients from small, local farmers. You can check the website for a list of local farmers that the restaurant uses.


    Planta is an upscale, plant-based eatery located in South Beach. The restaurant is entirely vegetarian and only serves plant-based food and drinks. The restaurant’s vision is to promote sustainability. All ingredients are ethically sourced. No animal products are used. There is a unique plant-based sushi bar and a rooftop garden where fresh vegetables are grown for use in the restaurant’s dishes.

    Planta’s atmosphere is coastal-inspired and chic. There is plenty of natural light and botanical print wallpaper. In addition, Planta has special events from time to time, such as plant-based wine and culinary pairing events.


    This restaurant is perched on the edge of Little Haiti near the Design District. It features a tropical, boho environment and serves up rustic Italian favorites. Relax in the shade of a 150-year-old banyan tree at a table in the outside dining area. There is also a rooftop terrace, perfect for those warm Miami evenings.

    The mood of this restaurant makes it an excellent choice for a date night. But, thanks to the creative Italian dishes inspired by the seasons, it is also a favorite for foodies. The chefs work closely with local farmers to get seasonal products and fresh seafood.

    The Surf Club Restaurant

    Miami locals have been anticipating the opening of this eatery for years. Operated by Chef Thomas Keller, The Surf Club Restaurant is located in the iconic and recently refurbished Miami Club. To honor the Miami Club’s history of throwing grand parties, The Surf Club Restaurant features an ambiance of a bygone era.

    Enjoy classic Continental cuisine at The Surf Club Restaurant. Some of the best dishes are the grilled elysian fields farm lamb chops and the classic Prime Beef Short Rib Wellington. In addition, the menu features a variety of post-prohibition-style cocktails to sample. There are also plenty of old-world and new-world wines. The recipes are always prepared using the most current products available. Traditional bar snacks are also available for purchase here.

    El Turco

    The extensive Breakfast and all-day eating menu at El Turco has a variety of good options for you. We know how to make your healthy meal ‘Kahvalti,’ the Turkish name for Breakfast, last longer and add the mixture. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day in Turkey. Therefore, we kindly ask that you come to the cutest tiny café and spend the day enjoying our mouthwatering and very genuine food.

    La Cañita at Bayside

    We are bringing to Bayside Marketplace rich and intriguing tastes from the Caribbean and pan-Latin cuisines, live music, and a celebration of the culture around rum. The name “La Cañita,” which translates to “little sugarcane” in Spanish, refers to the restaurant’s celebration of the cuisine and flavors of sun-drenched tropical destinations such as Cuba, Jamaica, Haiti, Trinidad and Tobago, and Puerto Rico, as well as the influences of Central and South American countries. Providing breathtaking views of Miami from the beachfront.

    La Traila Barbecue

    Mel Rodriguez, an Austin native, and Isaiah McKenzie, a Buffalo Bills wide receiver (and Miami native), began organizing barbecues for friends and family this past year and decided to convert their hobby into a company. The two friends outgrew their food truck, creating a brick-and-mortar establishment in Miami Lakes. They now serve smoked brisket, pulled pig beef “dino” ribs, and other dishes.

    The brisket sundae ($14) has to be the most Instagrammable food. The meal begins with a mac-and-cheese foundation, then stacked with creamed corn and baked beans before being topped with cotija cheese, smoked brisket, house sauce, and crema. The “Impossibly Smoked” burger and the “All Natural” salad from La Tralia will satisfy vegetarians (smoked pulled jackfruit tossed in a house sauce and topped with onions and pickles).

    Dirty French Steakhouse

    Once again, Major Food Group is up to its old tricks. This time, they’ve opened a swanky restaurant covered in animal designs. It’s a good time, and you’ll probably spend much of it dancing on your seat covered in leopard print to the retro music playing in each of the restaurant’s several dining rooms. Before selecting one of the high-quality steaks on the menu, try the vast grilled oysters’ bourguignon, the chicken and crêpes, or the mushroom millefeuille.

    Michael’s Genuine

    After a four-month restoration, this Miami staple reopened in December, giving the almost 15-year-old restaurant a dramatic facelift. The new facility offers a bright, open internal room that flows onto the outside terrace through sliding doors, creating a lush and breezy location for people to drink and dine. In addition, the new deck has a retractable roof, allowing for year-round outdoor dining.

    Many of the same delectable dishes prepared by James Beard Award-winning chefs Michael Schwartz, such as stracciatella, wood oven-roasted octopus, and pan-roasted poulet rouge, are on the menu. In addition, there are many new items, such as a whole roasted tuna collar done Sicilian-style — with roasted heirloom tomatoes, basil, and anchovy oil — and a massaman lamb curry with Thai fried egg salad and jasmine rice.

    Several restaurants in Miami provide nutritious and delectable Breakfast, lunch, and supper alternatives. So, whether you’re searching for a quick nibble or a sit-down dinner, one of these restaurants will have something to fit your needs. So, whether you’re staying in one of the Miami Beach vacation rentalsMiami penthouse for rent, or short-term rentals in Miami Beach, visit and check out these eateries.