Ten Best Hotel Restaurants in Miami
Photo by Carina Ost
As tourist season heats up, things in the kitchens of our favorite hotels get even hotter. Most of our city's best chefs are involved in hotel restaurants: Michael Schwartz has one at the Raleigh in South Beach, and Michelle Bernstein will soon open Seagrape at the Thompson in North Beach. On top of that, Miami imports the world's best restaurants and restaurateurs to its hotels, and the game is always changing.
Here are the ten best hotel restaurants where you can get a great dinner and stay the night. These eateries can do for your stomach what magic fingers in a cheap motel can do for your back.
10. Biscayne Tavern at b2
Many hotel restaurants can be stuffy, but this self-proclaimed "gastro-tavern" is a bit more casual. Biscayne Tavern pairs best with cold drinks, a juicy burger, and a couple of old friends. If you want an even homier experience, end your meal with chocolate chip cookies and milk.
9. Zuma at the Epic Hotel
Contemporary Japanese cuisine and a Zen-like dining room don't come cheap. However, at this showstopper, the presentations are stunning, while the cuisine has both yin and yang -- it's delicate and flavor-packed. No wonder this restaurant is a favorite among Miami chefs. The brunch is over-the-top.Next Page
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