It’s finally your turn to claim a seat at Miami’s L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon. Photo credit: Courtesy of L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon


Where to Eat During Miami Art Week: The Essential Visitors’ Edition


Art comes in all shapes and sizes. And while you may have landed in Miami to seek out tangible art pieces, our city has more than its share of edible ones, too.

If you last visited even five years ago, things may feel new: Miami’s dining scene has finally hit its stride. There’s an amazing local restaurant community, now bolstered with plenty of New York City imports , and as of this year, even our own Michelin stars.

While our city’s food is receiving plenty of acclaim, if you’re visiting, especially for Miami Art Week, you surely want to know which restaurants are truly worth the hype.

Lucky for you, we’re here to break it down. Whether you’re craving a casual lunch at Abbale Telavivian Kitchen, or a decadent dinner at L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon, these restaurants are delivering consistent, expertly prepared dishes that will make you happy you planned ahead and made your reservations before landing in the Magic City.  Just be prepared for glares from those who wish they were as organized and prepared as you. (And if you want to escape the buzz, we’ve got suggestions for that, too.)