41 "Big Groups" restaurants in Miami.
Monty's Sunset is a casual seafood restaurant in South Beach. The food is just okay, but the view is wonderful.
USBS is a food vendor in Little Haiti’s The Citadel. Their burgers are some of Miami’s best and they have a great fried chicken sandwich too.
Golden Rule is a seafood market and restaurant in Palmetto Bay. It’s been around forever and has a great selection of fresh local fish.
Captain’s Tavern is an old school seafood restaurant in South Miami with a huge menu and seafood market next door.
Tap 42 is a casual restaurant in Midtown where you can sit outside, have some drinks, and eat a really good burger.
The Wharf is a crowded waterfront bar on the Miami River. It's loud, mostly outside, and there are food trucks.
Shore To Door in Coconut Grove serves fresh fish on the weekends. Their backyard is our favorite place in the whole city to eat seafood.
El Patio is an outdoor bar in Wynwood. This place gets packed and loud, so it really feels like more of a club atmosphere.
E11even is a 24/7 club in Downtown. It’s part nightclub, part strip club, and 100% ridiculous.
Joe’s Stone Crab is a seafood restaurant in South Beach that’s over 100-years-old. It’s famous for long waits and stone crabs.
Finka Table & Tap in Tamiami serves a mix of Cuban, Korean, and Peruvian fusion that mostly works very well. The cocktails are good too.
Sixty10 is an outdoor rotisserie chicken spot in Little Haiti with a ton of picnic-table seating that’s also BYOB.
Casa Florida is an outdoor cocktail bar in East Little Havana where you can drink inside a retro bus.
Hometown Barbecue in Allapattah serves Miami’s best barbecue, but there are other dishes here that are just as good.
Chica is a big, upscale Latin restaurant in the Upper East Side with expensive food that isn’t great.