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Miami’s New Restaurant Openings

The new restaurants you should know about.

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Updated October 2nd, 2020

If you tried to keep track of every brand new restaurant in Miami, you might go a little bit crazy. So just read this list instead. These are the new restaurant openings we think you should know about - although keep in mind, we haven’t been to all of them. And for the ones we haven’t tried, we make no promises. Go forth and be a pioneer.


Tasty Planet

United States Burger Service

$$$$ 8300 NE 2nd Ave

United States Burger Service is a new vendor inside The Citadel. They make some of the best burgers in Miami as well as a very nice fried chicken sandwich and fries.

Megan McCluer

The Doral Yard

$$$$ 8455 NW 53rd St

The Doral Yard, the new location from The Wynwood Yard team (which sadly had to close) is now open in Downtown Doral. Food options include vegan bowls, churros, dim sum, paletas, and more. They're open every day but Monday.

Vegan Cuban Cuisine

$$$$ 9640 SW 72nd St

Vegan Cuban Cuisine is a Kendall restaurant serving vegan versions of Cuban dishes like imperial rice, picadillo, and croquetas with soy-based ham.

LA Toast

$$$$ 860 NE 79th St

LA Toast is a new spot on 79th Street that serves a handful of different avocado toasts - topped with things like smoked salmon, hard boiled eggs, and goat cheese. You can take it to-go or eat it at one of the little tables outside.

Caja Caliente

$$$$ 95 NE 40th St

The Caja Caliente food truck that was parked in Edgewater for a few years has found a new home in the Design District. You can now find it at 95 NE 40TH St, serving tacos, tamales, ceviche, and more.

Ornos Estiatorio

$$$$ 19565 Biscayne Blvd

Ornos Estiatorio is a very large, 160-seat Greek restaurant in Aventura. They are accepting reservations online.



$$$$ 1350 S Dixie Hwy

Mamey is a restaurant from the Ghee team inside Coral Gables’ Thesis Hotel. It has a Caribbean-influenced menu, with dishes like yellowfin tuna tostones, wahoo ceviche, and peri peri chicken. They are accepting orders for takeout online as well.

Flour & Weirdoughs

$$$$ 19 Harbor Dr

Flour & Weirdoughs is a Key Biscayne bakery with classic baked goods like baguettes and cinnamon rolls, as well as some more unique things like brisket croissants. They have a handful of sandwiches too. You can see the menu and order online here.

Tran An

$$$$ 215 NE 82nd St

The new Vietnamese spot in Little Haiti is almost ready to celebrate its grand opening. For now, they’re offering takeout and you can order their banh mis, rice and noodle bowls, and pho online.

Frice Cream

$$$$ 8300 NE 2nd Ave

Frice, maker of some of the best ice cream in Miami, finally got its first scoop shop inside The Citadel. It’s now open Wed-Sun from noon to 9pm in the Little Haiti food hall.

La Giulietta

$$$$ 7580 NE 4th Ct

La Giulietta is a new Italian restaurant in Little River’s Ironside complex that replaced Ironside Bakery. The new concept is pretty much a more fleshed-out version of Ironside Bakery, with a bigger menu that’s a mix between a bakery and a pasta place. They’re open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.


Old Greg's

$$$$ 151 NE 41st St

Old Greg’s is a pizza pop-up that’s currently operating out of Kaido in the Design District. They serve a very good sourdough square pie, polenta-crusted chicken wings, and garlic knots. Read more about them here.

La Tiendita Taqueria

$$$$ 218 NW 25th St

The Wynwood taco spot first opened at the end of May, but had to shut down their indoor dining shortly after. Now they’ve debuted a taco window with some outdoor seating. They also have margaritas.


$$$$ 1100 NW 23rd St

This Basque restaurant is inside Allapattah’s Rubell Museum. It’s not fully open yet, but is operating as a lunch pop-up Wed-Sun, from 11am-3:30pm. The menu includes things like Iberico ham croquets and wild mushroom paella.

Pastificio Propaganda

$$$$ 97 NW 25th St

Pastificio Propaganda is a Sicilian restaurant in Wynwood that’s currently open for takeout. They have grilled octopus, five different types of pasta, and seafood. You can see their menu online and order by calling 786.615.2555.


Redfish by Chef Adrianne

$$$$ 9610 Old Cutler Rd

Redfish is a waterfront restaurant located inside Matheson Hammock Park. There’s a big outdoor patio with just over 100 seats and a very big menu too, with mostly seafood with some other things like fried chicken and steaks.

Shawarma Stackz

$$$$ 241 NW 24th St

Shawarma Stackz is a fast-casual Middle Eastern restaurant in Wynwood with hummus, falafel, and shawarma. You can order online.

Motek Cafe

$$$$ 36 NE 1st St

Motek is a new Israeli cafe in Downtown. The restaurant is located inside the Seybold building and they serve breakfast and lunch. The menu includes a lot of coffee and dishes like hummus bowls, tahini caesar salad, and a shakshuka egg sandwich.


$$$$ 701 S Miami Ave

Marabu is a modern Cuban restaurant inside the Brickell City Centre. Their menu includes fufu de platano, pan con bistec, vaca frita, and roasted fish. They’ve got cocktails too.

Mr. Mandolin

Greek  in  MiMo
$$$$ 7301 Biscayne Blvd

The Mandolin team has replaced their newish MiMo restaurant, Gregory’s, with a new takeout and delivery concept called Mr. Mandolin. The restaurant will sell casual Greek food like gyros, kebabs, and dips.

Over Under

$$$$ 151 E Flagler Street

Over Under is a small cocktail bar and restaurant in Downtown Miami. They’re currently open for dine-in and takeout, serving burgers, wings, jackfruit nachos, and some very tasty cocktails.

Red Rooster Overtown

$$$$ 920 NW 2nd Ave

Overtown’s Red Rooster isn’t technically open yet, but they’re in a sort of soft opening under a new name, The Creamery. The takeout concept serves ice cream (the cornbread flavor is awesome), fried chicken, and sides like mac and cheese. There are some spaced-out picnic tables in case you want to eat there.

NoNo's Pizzeria & Bar

$$$$ 1222 16th St

NoNo’s Pizzeria & Bar is a new spot in South Beach specializing in New York-style pizza. It’s available by the slice or in whole pies. They’ve got sandwiches and garlic knots too.

100 x 35 Cocina con Raíces

$$$$ 520 West Ave

100 x 35 Cocina con Raíces is a Puerto Rican restaurant inside a residential building in South Beach. The indoor dining room is big and they serve things like mofongo, fried fish, and pork chops.

C-Food Shack

$$$$ 723 Lincoln Ln N

C-Food Shack is a new vendor inside the Lincoln Eatery food hall on Lincoln Road. The food is Caribbean, and the owner already has another location back in the Bahamas.

Borsalino Coffee Bar & Food

$$$$ 119 SE 1st Ave

Borsalino is a new coffee shop in Downtown. They’re open for breakfast and lunch, and serve sandwiches, breakfast tacos, salads, pasta, and bowls.


Uptown 66 Taqueria

Mexican  in  MiMo
$$$$ 6600 Biscayne Blvd

Uptown 66 is a little taco counter in MiMo. It’s mainly a takeout operation but there are some standing tables where you can eat your tacos, quesadillas, and burritos.

La Santa Taquería

$$$$ 201 NE 82nd Street

The new Little Haiti taco spot has served in places like the Wharf, but now they’ve got their own brick and mortar. The menu has quite a lot of tacos, with standard options like al pastor and carnitas, as well as cauliflower and octopus.

Pink Teacup CrabPot

$$$$ 4770 Biscayne Blvd

This Upper East Side restaurant specializes in Cajun seafood boils and Southern barbecue. They have outdoor seating and also do brunch on the weekend.


$$$$ 7535 N. Kendall Dr

You’ll find this Mediterranean restaurant in the Dadeland Mall. The menu is pretty broad, and has things like pizza, pasta, and tuna tartare.

MKT Kitchen

$$$$ 1831 Ponce de Leon Blvd

MKT Kitchen is a new cafe in Coral Gables that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The menu is heavy on sandwiches. You can sit and eat or grab your food to go.

Wood Label Bistro

$$$$ 1573 Sunset Dr

The South Miami restaurant serves burgers, pasta, and salads alongside entrees like chicken milanese, fish, and steak. There’s both indoor and outdoor seating.



$$$$ 201 SW 2nd Avenue

Fuku is a delivery-only spot operating out of Downtown that comes from the Momofuku team and specializes in fried chicken sandwiches.


$$$$ 3470 N Miami Ave

The Midtown Thai restaurant comes from the team behind Little Havana’s Lung Yai. The menu here is pretty similar, with pad thai, red and green curry, and crispy chicken wings. But, unlike Lung Yai, Daek serves some sushi and (so far) has a much shorter wait.


Punch Bowl Social

$$$$ 2660 NW 3rd Ave

Punch Bowl Social is a bar and restaurant with locations around the country. The very big Wynwood space is a mash-up of a bowling alley, cocktail bar, and restaurant. Expect bar food and drinks meant to be shared.


Tasty Planet

El Bagel

Cafe/Bakery  in  MiMo
$$$$ 6910 Biscayne Blvd

The excellent food-truck-turned-bagel-shop opened in MiMo. It’s been busy since day one, so expect a wait. But the bagels here are worth it.


$$$$ 25 SE 5th Street

Riverside is an outdoor market in Brickell with different food venues, bars, and lots of space. Food options include tacos, seafood, sushi, and there’s a waterfront view of the Miami River.

The Guest

$$$$ 2995 NE 163rd street

The Guest is a restaurant in North Miami that serves a mix of Mediterranean and American food. There are lots of plants hanging around the dining room and dishes include things like flatbreads, pasta, meat entrees.


$$$$ 2601 N Miami Ave

Mr. Baguette is a sandwich spot in Wynwood. Sandwiches come on croissants or baguettes and they also have juices and salads.


$$$$ 1721 Coral Way

The restaurant on Coral Way is Latin/Japanese fusion and serves things like sushi rolls, tiradito, and ceviche.

Unbranded Brewing Company

$$$$ 1395 E 11th Ave

Unbranded is a brewery in Hialeah that also serves pizza. It’s got a pretty standard brewery look: high ceilings, concrete floors, and lots of equipment scattered around.


$$$$ 900 S Miami Ave Ste 161

This Canadian chain opened in Mary Brickell Village. It’s big, has lots of TVs for sports, and a menu with steak, burgers, and small plates.

january 2020

Gabriel Matarazzo

Terras at Life House Little Havana

$$$$ 528 SW 9th Ave

The new rooftop bar on top of the Life House hotel in Little Havana is an excellent place to grab a drink - especially at sunset. Bring a date here or a few friends who appreciate good cocktails.

Nativo Kitchen + Bar

$$$$ 1395 Brickell Ave

Nativo is a restaurant in Brickell’s Conrad Hotel. The food is upscale Latin and the dishes are dressed up with things like avocado foam and carrot puree.

World Red Eye


$$$$ 800 Lincoln Rd Fl 3

Mila is a rooftop restaurant on Lincoln Road with a very modern design. The menu is a mix of Mediterranean and Asian.

Pink Taco

$$$$ 1200 Ocean Dr

The LA taco restaurant has opened its first Miami location on Ocean Drive, which is about as bright and loud as you’d expect from a place with such a name.

The Garden

$$$$ 220 21st St

The Garden is an outdoor restaurant in the courtyard of the Boulan South Beach. At 9pm, this place turns into a sort of dinner party that looks like some combination of Cirque du Soleil and a Miami nightclub.

december 2019

Night Owl Cookies

$$$$ 164 NE 41st St

The Miami cookie shop’s newest location is in the Design District. They sell very large cookies stuffed full of sweet things.


$$$$ 151 NE 41st St

Frohzen is an ice cream shop in the Design District that’s significantly fancier than your average scoop shop. A whole ice cream cake costs $60 and one scoop of tres leches ice cream is $6.


$$$$ 3500 Collins Ave

This Tulum restaurant opened a Miami location inside Mid-Beach’s Casa Faena. The restaurant serves Mexican food, cocktails, and looks like the kind of place people might take a lot of photos of themselves.


$$$$ 840 1st St

Intimo is a new Nikkei restaurant in South of Fifth. It’s a big place that serves sushi and lots of Peruvian dishes.

Osaka Cocina Nikkei

$$$$ 1300 Brickell Bay Dr

Osaka is another Nikkei restaurant, this time in a Brickell condo building. It’s a little more upscale, and they have a lot of ceviche, tiradito, and a DJ on the weekends.

Luna Park

$$$$ 601 S Miami Ave

Luna Park is a big Italian food hall in the Brickell City Centre that replaced another big Italian food hall called La Centrale. It has multiple floors of pasta, pizza, and more Italian food.

Unseen Creatures Brewing

Bar  in  Bird Road
$$$$ 4178 SW 74th Ct

Unseen Creatures is a brewery just off Bird Road serving some of the most interesting beers in Miami. There’s a food truck outside and tables good for big groups.

November 2019


$$$$ 5556 NE 4th Ct

Chica is a big, modern (and expensive) restaurant that took over the old Soyka space, and serves the kind of Latin dishes that should be very familiar to anyone who’s spent time eating in Miami.

Emily Schindler


ChineseIndianCaribbean  in  Downtown
$$$$ 19 SE 2nd Ave #4

This tiny Downtown spot serves a mix of Indian, Trinidadian, Chinese, and Caribbean food. It’s not visible from the street, so don’t be afraid to do a little searching.


Chinese  in  Brickell
$$$$ 600 Brickell Ave

Hutong is a new huge, fancy Chinese restaurant in Brickell. They serve dim sum and have a pretty futuristic interior.


$$$$ 3540 Main Hwy

This new seafood spot from the Ariete team is located right next door, and has a nice raw bar selection as well as some interesting pastas.

Mama Joon

$$$$ 2216 Park Ave

Mama Joon is a Mediterranean restaurant inside the Life House, Collins Park hotel. The outdoor seating is pretty and next to a tiny canal. The food is mostly vegetables and seafood.

Spanglish Craft Cocktail Bar + Kitchen

LatinBar  in  Wynwood
$$$$ 2808 N Miami Ave

This new spot in Wynwood serves cocktails and has a menu of Latin things like arroz con pollo, shrimp ceviche, and some other fusion dishes.

Eugenio Mazzingui

Orilla Bar & Grill

$$$$ 426 Euclid Ave

Orilla is an Argentinian spot inside Urbanica, The Euclid Hotel. There’s a second location in Buenos Aires, and to absolutely no one’s surprise, this place serves a lot of meat.

In Ramen

$$$$ 5829 SW 73rd St

InRamen is a new ramen spot in South Miami where you can order off your phone by scanning a QR code.

Emily Schindler

Ironside Bakery

$$$$ 7610 NE 4th Ct

Ironside Bakery is located right next door from the popular Ironside Pizza. The little bakery has some excellent bread, which they put to use in sandwiches, pastries, and more.

October 2019

DC Pie Co.

Pizza  in  Brickell
$$$$ 1010 Brickell Ave

DC Pie Co. is from the Lucali team, and is basically attempting to be a bigger faster version of the Sunset Harbor location. It’s not bad, but you’re still better off waiting for a table at the original.

Emily Schindler

Grails Sports Bar

Bar FoodBar  in  Wynwood
$$$$ 2800 N Miami Ave

This place is right next to Spanglish, and while it’s more of a place to drink, you can still sit down and eat here if you’re in the mood for bar food like chicken wings and mac and cheese.

Seawell Fish n' Oyster

$$$$ 660 Washington Ave

Seawell is a seafood spot inside the Kimpton Angler’s Hotel in South Beach. They have indoor and outdoor seating, and a menu with some pretty basic seafood like oysters, fish dip, and lobster rolls.

Schwartz’s Genuine Miami Deli

$$$$ 860 NE 79th St

The Michael’s Genuine team is behind this delivery and take-out only deli on 79th Street. The menu is standard Jewish deli things like bagels and pastrami sandwiches.

Dukunoo Jamaican Kitchen

$$$$ 316 NW 24th Street

Dukunoo is a big Jamaican restaurant right in the heart of Wynwood. They do slightly upscale takes on Carribean dishes like jerk chicken, ackee, and saltfish.

La Sandwicherie

$$$$ 169 NW 23rd St

Everyone’s favorite place to get sandwiches on South Beach at 3am opened yet another location, this time in Wynwood.

September 2019

Hometown Barbecue

BBQ  in  Allapattah
$$$$ 1200 NW 22nd St

The popular New York City barbecue spot opened in an Allapattah warehouse and almost immediately became one of our favorite new restaurants in Miami. Order everything.

We checked out Hometown Barbecue and added it to our Hit List.

La Mesa

$$$$ 8872 SW 24th St

La Mesa is a new Cuban restaurant in Westchester serving cocktails and a pretty big menu of small plates like lobster nuggets and loaded tostones, alongside bigger options like a tomahawk steak.

Giovanny Gutierrez

Mi’talia Kitchen & Bar

$$$$ 5958 S Dixie Hwy

Mi’talia is an upscale Italian restaurant from the team behind Stiltsville Fish Bar. The South Miami spot serves things like meatballs, pizza, and pasta.

Papi Steak

$$$$ 736 1st St

Papi Steak is a fancy steakhouse that looks more like a nightclub and has a doorman standing outside on the weekends. It is more a place to be seen than eat.

Bar One

$$$$ 520 West Ave

This South Beach restaurant may have “bar” in the name, but it also serves food like baby-back ribs, fried branzino, and oxtail dumpling stew. It has a view of the water if you sit at the right table.

August 2019


Bar FoodSeafoodBar  in  Downtown
$$$$ 1600 NE 1st Ave

Esotico is a big tiki bar and restaurant just north of Downtown. You can hang out by the bar and just drink, or sit down at a table and eat things like shaved ice leche de dragon and an octopus hot dog.

We checked out Esotico and added it to our Hit List.

Coyo Taco

$$$$ Giralda

Coyo Taco continues to expand its Miami taco empire with a Coral Gables location.

L’atelier De Joël Robuchon

$$$$ Miami Design District

This fancy French place in the Design District is certainly a special occasion spot, and you’re not getting a table unless you have a reservation.

Le Jardinier

$$$$ 151 NE 41st St

This equally fancy French place is located one floor below L’atelier De Joel Robuchon. It’s a little easier to get a table at and has a cool, futuristic-looking green and white dining room.

We checked out Le Jardinier and added it to our Hit List.

Amare Ristorante

$$$$ 1 Collins Ave

Amare is an upscale Italian restaurant in South of Fifth with outdoor seating and a bright blue dining room that almost requires sunglasses to look at.

Cracked by Chef Adrianne

$$$$ 7400 SW 57th Ct

This casual South Miami spot serves big dishes like a filet mignon steak sandwich covered in cheese, a creation called pepperoni pizza fries, and a banana split in case you are still hungry.

July 2019

Caja Caliente

$$$$ 808 Ponce de Leon Blvd

The Edgewater food truck opened its first brick and mortar in Coral Gables, where they serve their “Cuban tacos” and other very good, mostly Cuban things.

We checked out Caja Caliente and added it to our Hit List.

Regina's Grocery

$$$$ 418 Meridian Ave

The NYC Italian sandwich shop opened a very small counter inside the lobby of Urbanica The Meridian Hotel. They serve a handful of big, tasty subs.

Ola Restaurant

$$$$ 2360 Collins Ave

Ola is a restaurant inside the Gates Hotel with a big menu of mostly Latin food like ceviche, empanadas, and meat-heavy entrees.

World Famous House of Mac

$$$$ 550 NW 1st Ave

This spot inside the Brightline’s Central Fare station serves wings and a bunch of different versions of mac and cheese.

Laborejo Restaurant

$$$$ 7800 NW 25th St Ste 15

Laborejo is a healthy restaurant in Doral that has some vegan cheeseburgers, bowls, and other plant-based things.

June 2019


$$$$ 55 NE 14th St

Bunbury is an Argentinian wine bar and restaurant that relocated to just outside Downtown. They serve empanadas, steaks, and a lot of wine inside a dim dining room with lots of wood.

Vinaigrette Sub Shop

$$$$ 159 E Flagler St

The Blue Collar team is behind this sub shop, which is pretty casual and works great for grabbing a to-go sandwich. They have some outdoor tables too.

La Sombra

$$$$ 1000 Collins Ave

La Sombra is a restaurant inside South Beach’s Fairwind Hotel. There’s a lot of outdoor seating around palm trees and string lights, and a menu of seafood small plates, salads, and burgers.

B-Side by Itamae

$$$$ 143 NW 23rd St

The Itamae team opened up another spot in a food hall. This one’s inside Wynwood’s 1-800-Lucky, and the sushi is very good.

Emily Schindler

Boia De

$$$$ 5205 NE 2nd Ave

Boia De is a small Italian restaurant on the border of Buena Vista and Little Haiti. It’s a really cute spot with fantastic food and works great for small groups.

We checked out Boia De and added it to our Hit List.

The Plantisserie

$$$$ 7316 NE 2nd Ave

Plantisserie is a plant-based deli where you can get some ready-made vegan things like good empanadas, soup, lasagna, and more. It’s a take-out spot since there aren’t any seats inside.

Justin Namon

Stephen's Delicatessen

SandwichesDeli  in  Hialeah
$$$$ 1000 E 16th St

This historic Jewish deli in Hialeah was reopened by the team from Kush and Lokal. It looks very similar to how it did in the ’50s, with an added cocktail bar in the back.

We checked out Stephen’s and added it to our Hit List.

Strange Beast Brewery And Pizzeria

$$$$ 15220 Sunset Dr

Strange Beast is a brewery and pizzeria out in West Kendall from the team behind Lincoln’s Beard Brewing

Mamma Leone Bakery

$$$$ 2508 NE 2nd Ave

This casual Italian bakery in Edgewater has things like paninis, filled focaccias, pizza, and more.

Pairings by Tomas Cuadrado

$$$$ 900 Biscayne Blvd

Pairings is a restaurant in Downtown that serves upscale Spanish dishes and has a huge wine list.

Via Emilia Garden

Italian  in  Wynwood
$$$$ 3500 N Miami Ave

The popular South Beach Italian spot Via Emilia opened a second location in Midtown - but this one is a little bigger and has some outdoor seating.

Malakor Thai Isaan

$$$$ 90 Miracle Mile

Malakor is a Thai restaurant on Miracle Mile in Coral Gables. The 30-seat restaurant serves things like Thai fried rice, green curry, and pad Thai.

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