94th Aero Squadron Restaurant is a wartime-themed restaurant nestled between Miami International Airport and the Dolphin Expressway. There are hand-painted signs and an Army jeep stand outdoors, while guns and war propaganda posters line the walls inside. Diners can watch the airplanes come and go while listening to the control tower through headphones placed at each table. The rest of the décor is very traditional, with linen-covered round tables dotting the restaurant. The food is good but a tad pricey. The signature beer cheese soup ($3.99), served with toasted Parmesan, is recommended. Also of note is the aviation salmon ($19.99), a char-broiled fillet finished with a lemon-thyme cream sauce, fresh mushrooms, spinach, asparagus, and spring onions. Another option is the Sunday brunch buffet ($25.95), which offers made-to-order pastas, omelets, and a carving station. 94th is ideal for families and airplane enthusiasts.