11 restaurants with a view in Miami

11 restaurants with a view in Miami

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In a city that is hot most of the year, and is bathed by the Atlantic Ocean, there is nothing like having lunch or dinner while enjoying a beautiful landscape. Our editor-in-chief Renata Araújo, a regular visitor to Florida, always shares here the best gastronomic tips in Miami. Therefore, we have listed 11 restaurants with a view in Miami that you need to know and that we love! Take the opportunity to also read about El Cielo, a Michelin-starred restaurant in the city. After all, the gastronomy in Miami is super high, especially after the launch of Florida Michelin Guide.

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11 restaurants with a view in Miami

Amara at Paraíso

With Latin cuisine, it is located in Edgewater, a region that has been developing a lot and receiving more and more investment. Overlooking Biscayne Bay, it is led by James Beard Award-winning chef Michael Schwartz. In addition to the spacious outdoor area, there is also a lounge with tables inside. The menu features dishes with Latin American flavors and ingredients from the South Florida coast, such as local fish grilled over a wood fire. Open for brunch (on weekends), lunch and dinner. In other words, you already have relevant tips for where to eat in Miami.

End: 3101 NE 7th Ave

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Joia Beach

Run by chefs and brothers Gustavo and Maximiliano Vertone, the restaurant prioritizes seasonal and fresh ingredients, with classic recipes with modern touches. The menu includes seafood, an extensive crudo bar and also prime meats. Furthermore, the atmosphere is pleasant, relaxed and right on the sand. The place is very spacious and also has a DJ! In other words, ideal for a Happy Hour cheered up!

End: 1111 Parrot Jungle Trail, Miami

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Bay Beach Club

In South Beach, on West Avenue, the trendy restaurant at the Hotel Mondrian, which underwent a $20 million renovation, is now called Baía Beach Club. With Mediterranean cuisine, it is led by chef Paolo Dorigato, who offers a variety of dishes such as salads, fresh fish and seafood, as well as vegetables. In fact, there are also great drinks on the menu. In fact, the view is one of the highlights!

End: 1100 West Ave, Miami Beach


On the rooftop of the Herzog & de Meuron building, it is on Lincoln Road, the well-known street closed to cars and full of shops. The atmosphere of the trendy restaurant was designed by renowned Venezuelan architect Alejandro Barrios Carrero. The menu includes French, Japanese and Peruvian cuisine, a mix of regional Asian cuisine with classic French techniques and vibrant flavors.

End: 1111 Lincoln Rd, Miami


New in Miami that is about to open! Specializing in seafood and meat, the restaurant is located in a historic building that was closed for years and operated as a Women’s Club, in Edgewater. There are two floors, bar and restaurant, with sophisticated and romantic environments. On the menu, crabs from Norway, as fresh as you've ever eaten, as well as succulent cuts of excellent meat. Meanwhile, to accompany, a select wine list and signature cocktails.

End: 173 N Bayshore Dr

The sea

Located in Brickell's best hotel, Mandarin Oriental, award-winning chef Gastón Acúrio's Peruvian restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. On the menu, in addition to the classics, such as ceviche, there is also a fusion of Asian and Peruvian cuisine. The Anticuchos bar serves a new version of popular Peruvian street dishes with options of Wagyu beef, chicken, among others. On Sundays, it is served brunch.

End: 500 Brickell Key Dr


In the Brickell region, the EAST Miami restaurant is on the 40th floor and was voted one of the best rooftops of the United States by Condé Nast Traveller. It has a wonderful view and the sunset is jaw-dropping! The menu includes some classic drinks and cocktails created exclusively for Sugar. To accompany, a menu of appetizers with Asian inspirations, ideal for sharing. It certainly couldn't be missing from our list of restaurants with a view in Miami!

End: 788 Brickell Place

Smith & Wollensky

In the middle of South Pointe Park, a beautiful park overlooking Fisher Island – one of Miami's exclusive islands – Smith offers both meat and seafood and has efficient service. With an award-winning wine list, it has exclusive meat cuts on the menu and a very pleasant outdoor bar, where a variety of drinks are offered. Furthermore, the sunset there is unbelievable and one of the most wonderful in Miami.

End: 1 Washington Ave, Miami Beach

Ocean Grill

At the elegant The Setai, the Mediterranean restaurant has a Miami feel, precisely because it is on the seafront. In fact, it is located exactly between the pool and the beach. With a romantic atmosphere and adequate lighting, it is ideal for both lunch and dinner, when it transforms into Italian. The menu features fresh seafood cooked on the grill, such as delicious octopus. The truffle pizza is also one of the flagships, as is the tuna tartar.

End: 2001 Collins Ave, Miami Beach

Ocean Social

Restaurant at the iconic Eden Roc, a luxurious hotel opened in the 1950s. Led by chef Tristen Epps, it offers cuisine focused on seafood, with Caribbean influences, in the best style “surf and turf” (fish and meat). Furthermore, the view is stunning and the drinks are unique. In other words, ideal for both lunch and dinner. Already save this tip from one good restaurant in Miami Beach.

End: 4525 Collins Ave, Miami Beach


Japanese restaurant at 1Hotel, one of South Beach's newest luxury hotels, occupying the entire oceanfront block of Collins Avenue. He stays in rooftop, in an open environment, with a relaxed atmosphere. Certainly a point in the city for anyone who wants eat well in Miami. Open to non-guests by reservation.

End: 2341 Collins Ave, Miami Beach

Text and photos by Renata Araújo.