When you make your reservation with Luxury Rentals Miami Beach, you’ll have the choice of staying within a short walking distance of the most well-known restaurants and bars in the neighborhood. Our condos and villas are situated in the very center of Miami. They provide some of the city’s finest conveniences and some of the most breathtaking vistas.
7 of the Best Outdoor Dining Restaurants in Miami
Smith and Wollensky
1 Washington Avenue At South Pointe Park Miami Beach, FL 33139
Smith and Wollensky have been serving up great steaks since 1977. Located in South Pointe Park, the restaurant boasts unparalleled views of the channel. It’s the ideal spot to relax in the evening with a glass of deep red Merlot.
In South Point Park, on the southernmost edge of South Beach, Miami Beach provides a beautiful site. Inside and outside seating is available, and reservations are strongly suggested, so make yours soon!
Tables for the Patio – Only indoor tables are available for reservations made via OpenTable. The patio is first-come, first served, and there may be a wait.
Please choose from our lunch and dinner menus for pickup or delivery online and S&W@Home, which has hand-butchered USDA Prime steaks, grill kits, specially priced bottled wine and beer, and prepared side dishes. Curbside pickup or delivery is available with online ordering.
Soho Beach House 4385 Collins Avenue Miami Beach, FL 33140
Walk into the garden of Cecconi’s and forget about the rest of the world. The modern-day Italian joint is renowned for its exquisite pasta and wood-fired entrees. But it’s the magic of their piazza. The carefully articulated courtyard will keep you there all night. Check it for yourself on your future trip here.
Cecconi’s Miami Beach is a contemporary-day traditional Italian restaurant that serves breakfast, lunch, and supper seven days a week in the Ground Floor Courtyard of Soho Beach House. On Saturdays and Sundays, a weekend brunch feast is offered.
Cecconi’s has become a highly recognized dining destination serving prepared Venetian-influenced cuisine with London, West Hollywood, Berlin, Barcelona, Istanbul, and Brooklyn locations. Cecconi’s provides an exquisite and casual setting to taste famous head chef Sergio Sigala’s food.
Amara at Paraiso
3101 NE 7th Ave, Miami, FL 33137, United States
Looking for quintessential Miami outdoor dining, look no further than Amara at Paraiso. So please pull up a seat on their sprawling patio, pop open a bottle of chilled champagne, and enjoy endless views of Biscayne Bay.
AMARA is located off 31st Street, two blocks east of Biscayne Boulevard. It provides the public with unrestricted access to its entrance through Street and valet parking. Meyer Davis Studio created a 4,500-square-foot indoor-outdoor area that embraces the natural beauty of its surroundings while also embracing the tropical waterfront atmosphere.
The restaurant includes 150 seats in the main dining room and bar, with floor-to-ceiling windows that provide spectacular views of Biscayne Bay, and 70 seats on the water’s terrace. With white-washed paneling, natural woods, and geometric concrete tiles, the approach is warm and welcoming, pulling the outdoors in.
Mandolin Aegean Bistro
4312 NE 2ND Ave, Miami, FL 33137
Escape from the hustle and bustle of the city and snuggle into the patio at Mandolin Aegean Bistro. The restaurant serves delicious twists of Greek and Turkish dishes on an airy, family-centered veranda. The Design District is home to the restaurant Mandolin Aegean Bistro, which has a private garden and a bakery.
As you walk through the bougainvillea and enter the blue gates, you are quickly transported to the tavernas and the Aegean coastal villages, where the Greek Islands meet the Turkish shore. As you revel in the flavors and customs of the Aegean, our community will welcome you with a dose of warm, authentic Mediterranean hospitality.
Mandolin Aegean Bistro started in Miami in 2009, founded by Ahmet Erkaya and Anastasia Koutsioukis, a husband and wife combination. They refurbished a 1940s property in Miami with one of the city’s most noteworthy gardens and an outside patio area, where every detail counts.
The pair took their diverse cultures and warm hospitality to the forefront of Miami’s culinary scene. Our culinary staff has interpreted the traditional recipes and seasonality of Greek and Turkish coastal cuisine as the restaurant has grown. They are dedicated to combining Aegean skills while utilizing local foods.
Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink
130 NE 40th St, Miami, FL 33137, United States
Also located in the Design District, Michael’s Genuine Food and Drink is the ideal spot for an informal dinner and a glass of wine. So please pull up a chair in their outdoor courtyard and become a part of the family at this Miami staple.
The unique experience occurs when delectable cuisine and caring service are combined by a staff dedicated to providing excellent service and making customers happy.
Locals and tourists alike enjoy and seek Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink’s unique approach to eating out; some may consider it a second home, a place where they feel at ease and wish to share with their friends.
1111 Parrot Jungle Trail Miami, FL 33132
Joia Beach, located directly off of A1A and (literally) on the Bay’s shores, is a dining experience like no other. The restaurant doubles as a beach club and features sandy lounge chairs, uninterrupted views of the city, and five-star food and drinks to boot. This is one place you don’t want to miss.
The culinary program at Joia beach is built on locally sourced seasonal foods and combines traditional methods with new ideas.
The Joia beach restaurant and outdoor dining experience, led by famed chefs and brothers Gustavo and Maximiliano Vertone, provides world tastes to Miami’s only private beachfront restaurant. Joia Beach’s fresh-caught seafood, quality pieces of meat, vast raw bar, and weekly chef’s specials complement live music. An atmosphere found nowhere else in the city for those looking for Miami restaurants with a view.
Dishes are meant to be shared, drinks are always freshly mixed, and an extensive wine selection awaits.
Call Me Gaby
Unwind in the flowers of Call Me Gaby on South Beach. Enjoy artisan charcuterie boards, sauteed fresh mussels, and a carefully crafted cocktail on their breezy, quaint patio. Did someone say date night?
Gaby, who are you? Gaby is not a woman, yet ladies surround her. She is stunning, powerful, fashionable, and talented. Gaby is also fearless in the kitchen and produces a fantastic pizza.
Cathy (Coco was her childhood nickname) grew up in the South of France. She had a vision of a peaceful spot for the neighborhood where residents and guests could enjoy superb meals at affordable pricing, a great wine selection – and elegant surroundings. I’m Gaby, and I’d like to welcome you.
Call Me Gaby is a female-owned and run business that emanates elegance. However, an all-star crew of male Italian cooks makes pizzas named after women’s names in the kitchen. So is it a fluke that Coco Chanel’s given name was Gaby? Elegance, magic, and a timeless look? We don’t think.
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