What local restaurants or businesses do you recommend?Right in our same warehouse, a few doors down is an insanely great barbecue place called Hate Monday's Tavern. Their stuff is amazing - from briskets to Tomahawk steaks and smoked salmon. He has a big smoker right outside the front door. They come by and we'll do some wine tastings with them as well. I'm also a huge microbrewery beer fan. There's a great local warehouse brewery called Unseen Creatures. I love their styles, because they're very old school. They have a lot of farmhouse Saisons and lagers and then their IPAs are super delicious and clean. Also - The Eating House in Coral Gables is really good.
What local restaurants or businesses do you recommend?My favorite in South Miami is Whisk for the crispy brussels sprouts, fried green tomatoes, bacon wrapped dates, the burritos, the barbecue chicken salad, pretty much everything there is good. Joanna's marketplace is our go- to breakfast, cold brew and lunch sandwich spot. And, we've started going to Raw South.
What local restaurants or businesses do you recommend?Here in South Beach, there's a great restaurant close to South Point park. It's called Local Organic Living. It doesn't matter what your dietary preferences are, they generally have something on the menu for everyone. It's great for families.
What local restaurants or businesses do you recommend?Club Space is my jam. It's right by Bicentennial. They have great after-hours parties and a nice crowd. It's a place that I can go and get lost in the music. Sometimes they have parties that go for two days and have DJs coming from around the world. I also love Churchills. It's their 40th anniversary on Saturday.
Luis and Natalia
What local restaurants or businesses do you recommend?For Thai:Bangkok City – everything is good. Especially the fried rice and the peanut sauce. The peanut salad is incredible. Origins on the Key is also great. They have a bunch of different cuisines - Thai, Malaysian, Japanese – but it’s not fusion. They have different dishes from each style. The Malaysian roti is really good. For Tacos: El Toro Taco – we get everything, it’s all well made, and you can’t go wrong. Las Carnitas – the mole is real. You would never pull over and think to eat there. It is a little window with seating on 8th street. You need to be taken there.
What local restaurants or businesses do you recommend?Right now, the only place we’re ordering from is Local Pie for pizza. It's delicious and we get to freeze it as well. I've been cooking a lot at home. In terms of restaurants before this situation, we used to go to Tacos and Tatoos a lot with the kids and Mi'talia in South Miami. Also, I love Pub Belly.
What local restaurants or businesses do you recommend?My kids are currently hooked on Pub Belly Sushi. They like to get the corn, edamame and the butter crab roll. My wife's birthday is coming up. We're going to Zuma for brunch. Definitely take Uber or Lyft because it's endless drinks.
What local restaurants or businesses do you recommend?Maria Corona Produce. It's a local farm and they have a really killer selection. It's close you your warehouse at 184th and 157th ave. If you're willing to take a drive out to eighth street street, Taquerias El Mexicanos is one of the best taco places in Miami. It's one of the few restaurants that get something different every time. There's Miwi, which is a local good Cuban place. There's Al Rancho Grande, another great Mexican spot. And, there's El Tambo Grill for Peruvian rotisserie chicken, rice and beans.
What local restaurants or businesses do you recommend?We're always on the hunt for cheerful, simple, delicious food. We like Root and Bone, we've been there a few times and kids like it. The biscuits are crazy good. On a night when nobody feels like cooking, we'll go to Lime. It's consistently good and everyone is happy.
What local restaurants or businesses do you recommend?My kids love Sports Grill. It's right down the street from our house. I loved Scotty's, before it left us. I like something with a water view outside with a breeze where you can get a good fish sandwich. While you don't quite have the view, I like the patio at the Spillover, and they have music on the weekends. We'll usually go to River Oyster bar. It's kind of a go-back to our old days of being single and no kids. And if it's a nice weather night, we like going to Mandolin.