119 "Walk-Ins" restaurants in Miami.
Mimi’s is a casual Edgewater restaurant that operates as a cafe during the day, and serves dinner starting at 6pm. The burger is great.
Momi Ramen is a cash-only Brickell spot that serves good (but expensive) ramen and other Japanese small plates.
BBQ & Craft Company is a casual spot serving Brickell’s best barbecue.
Ferraro's Kitchen is an Italian restaurant on 79th Street Causeway with good food and nice outdoor seating.
MIA Market is a Design District food hall with a few very good vendors inside.
Mi Colombia is a casual Colombian restaurant in North Beach. The food is very good, and affordable.
Ted’s Burgers is a smash burger pop-up that you can usually find at J. Wakefield on Saturdays and Sundays.
La Birra Bar is a fast-casual burger spot in North Miami. The restaurant is simple, but the burgers are really good.
Etzel Itzik is an outstanding Israeli restaurant in Aventura. It’s casual, and pretty affordable too.
Toothfairy Bakery is a great South Beach dessert shop selling cake, pie, cookies, and some of the best ice cream in Miami.
Crema is a South Beach cafe that'll do the trick if you're hungry and running out of options.
Square Pie City makes great Detroit-style pizza inside South Beach’s Time Out Market.
Maxwell Bros is a bar and restaurant in Palmetto Bay. It's a fun place to hang out and the pizza is great.
Cerro Negro Restaurant in Fontainebleau is a casual Nicaraguan spot serving great food.