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Savory dishes, ones you’ll think about for days after consuming them, are what you’ll find in South Beach, Miami’s most luxurious area brimming with restaurants, hotels, boutiques and nightclubs. After all, celebrity chefs like Scott Conant, Paula DaSilva and Daniel Boulud carved their way in Miami.
Restaurants like Azul and Wish are stunning inside and out, seeing as lush Florida is their backdrop. Fresh seafood and Latin cuisine on these restaurants’ menus are what makes dining in Miami unique. There’s a wide spectrum here, from authentic hole-in-the-wall Cuban food found in culturally rich Little Havana to fine-dining restaurants with romantic white-on-white furnishings and grandiose chandeliers.
Places like Mediterranean restaurant Michy’s and American steakhouse Smith & Wollensky ensure that all types of cuisines are represented in the city. Miami is rising in the ranks of great culinary cities like Chicago, New York and L.A., but that's nothing new to those in the know.