Resy Presents

The Ultimate Guide to Miami Dining

"Where should we eat in Miami right now?" That's the question we get over and over, especially during this time of year. So, whether during December festivities or year-round, we're here to help you discover Miami's must-visit restaurants, hidden gems, date night favorites, and so much more. Basically, everywhere to eat in Miami right now.

Gold Standard Sushi oyster

New on Resy

Miami’s Newest Restaurant Openings, Now on Resy

Want to discover the latest and greatest new restaurants in Miami? You’re in luck.

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Best of The Hit List

The 10 Restaurants That Defined Miami Dining This Year

Welcome to the Hit List, our monthly collection of must-visit restaurants in Miami right here, right now.

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Events

The Resy Lounge, Brought To You By Delta SkyMiles® and American Express

From December 6 through December 10, join us at Untitled Art.

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Special Experiences, Exclusively for Global Dining Access Members

Cocktail Party with Ayesha Nurdjaja

At The Resy Lounge, After Hours
December 5
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Dinner with Gregory Gourdet

At The Resy Lounge, After Hours
December 6
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Dinner with Virgilio Martínez

At The Resy Lounge, After Hours
December 7
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Itamae AO Collaboration Dinner at Maty’s featuring Action Bronson

December 7
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Romero Britto x Chef Daniel Boulud Dinner with Chef Claude Troisgros

December 7
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Cote Miami Art After Dark

December 8-10
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Mandolin Aegean Bistro

December 10
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The Rundown

Everything You Need to Know About Rao’s Miami Beach

Rao’s in New York has long been one of the most coveted reservations in the country. Now, the beloved restaurant…

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Tâm Tâm spread

Guides

Where Resy Chefs Loved Eating in Miami in 2023

As we close out the year and scroll through thousands of photos, we realize we’ve eaten hundreds of meals at…

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Resy Spotlight

It’s Officially Stone Crab Season at Joe’s Stone Crab

Stone crab season is imminent, and with its arrival comes more exciting news: Miami Beach’s landmark Joe’s Stone Crab reopens…

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The Rundown

Everything You Need To Know About Tâm Tâm, Miami’s Fantastically Funky House of Vietnamese Feasts

To fully appreciate Miami’s newest hot spot, Tâm Tâm, you need to understand what a quán nhậu is. “Nhậu” essentially means…

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Dish By Dish

Five Essential Dishes to Order at Macchialina

It seems like there’s a new trendy Italian restaurant on every corner these days, but 10 years in, Macchialina still…

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The One Who Keeps the Book

How to Get Into COTE

Five years after it first opened in New York’s Flatiron District to critical acclaim — the restaurant secured a coveted…

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Interviews

Mario Carbone Reveals Some of His Favorite Miami Restaurants

On most days and nights, you’ll find Mario Carbone at one of his Miami restaurants, a portfolio built with his…

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The Rundown

Inside the ’80s Glam of Miami’s Dirty French Steakhouse

Miami has never been lacking for see-and-be-seen steakhouses. But no place combines scene with steak quite like Dirty French. The…

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Interviews

How the Team Behind Krüs Kitchen Created a Beloved Miami Mainstay

The partners behind Grassfed Culture Hospitality — Pili Restrepo Hackler, her spouse Josh Hackler, and chef Sebastián Vargas — are…

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Dish By Dish

The Dishes That Define Los Félix’s Mesoamerican Heritage

In less than a year of being open, Los Félix has already earned its first Michelin star and been called one…

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Resy Features

How Mandolin Became An Icon of Miami’s New Dining Vibe

It’s morning at Mandolin Aegean Bistro, and Anastasia Koutsioukis is breezing through the restaurant, gleefully greeting everyone as they begin…

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Dish By Dish

What to Order at Motek, Home to One of Miami’s Best Burgers

Motek is a term of endearment in Hebrew meaning “sweetheart” – a familial phrase meant to convey how Motek makes…

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Hot New Openings

The Rundown

Thomas Keller Unveils Bouchon Bistro in Coral Gables

Thomas Keller wants to be clear: His latest restaurant is not in Miami. “We’re in Coral Gables,” he says with…

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Fiola's lobster ravioli.

The Rundown

Everything You Need To Know About Fiola Miami, the Ultimate In Italian Fine Dining

When it comes to any conversation surrounding Miami’s best fine dining restaurants, Fiola surely deserves to be included.  The sister…

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The Rundown

At Maty’s in Midtown Miami, Val Chang Speaks Through Her Grandmother’s Cuisine

It’s a Monday in Miami, and chef Val Chang is having a pinch-me moment. Maty’s, her restaurant in Midtown where…

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Gold Standard Sushi oyster

New on Resy

Miami’s Newest Restaurant Openings, Now on Resy

Want to know the latest — and greatest — restaurant openings in Miami? You’re in luck. From the reopening (and…

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Resy Features

Miami Dining Has Come of Age. Thank the Locals Who Saw Its Potential

It’s tempting, when visiting Miami, to scroll down the list of newly minted Michelin-starred restaurants and assume you’re hitting the…

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Global Dining Access

The Global Dining Access Guide to Miami Restaurants

Miami’s dining scene has exploded in the last couple of years. Local restaurateurs have gotten long-due recognition, and veteran operators…

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Your Guides to Can’t-Miss Dining

Guides

The Resy Guide to the 2023 Michelin Winners in Miami

Bibendum has come south for the summer, with a host of shiny stars for some of the city’s best restaurants.…

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Fall Preview

The Resy Guide to Autumn in Miami

Fall in Miami might not look quite like it does around the rest of the country, but there’s still plenty…

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Guides

Where to Drink Cocktails in Miami Right Now

Much like the dining scene in Miami has elevated itself in the last decade or so, so has its drinking…

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Guides

Where to Dine With a Group in Miami

Gathering around a table with loved ones to share a meal is special. There are countless reasons to eat out,…

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Guides

The Resy Guide to Date Night in Miami

Let this be your notice that, yes indeed, romantic outings are back in style — and Miami has plenty of…

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Resy Features

Welcome to Miami, Lionel Messi: Here’s Everything to Know About Dining Here (and Where to Eat)

Dear Mr. Lionel Messi, Welcome to Miami. Or as we say here in South Florida: “Bienvenidos,” which loosely translated means,…

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Guides

Where to Find Some of Miami’s Most Remarkable Tasting Menu Adventures

For open-minded diners, tasting menus are a pure delight, a meal where you can surrender control to the chef and…

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Guides

The Resy Guide to the Must-Eat Dishes of Miami

There’s something about being in Miami that makes people want to go big: order the deluxe seafood tower, splurge for…

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Guides

The Resy Guide to Miami Steakhouses, From Classic to New Guard

When it comes to satiating even the largest appetites, there is an unmatched satisfaction to cutting into a perfectly prepared…

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Guides

The Resy Guide to the Women-Owned Restaurants of Miami

Chef and restaurateur Michelle Bernstein of Café La Trova is a fixture in Miami’s culinary scene. She’s earned numerous awards…

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Boia De’s sweet corn agnolotti.

Guides

Our Absolute Favorite Italian Restaurants in Miami

There’s something about Italian food that puts people at ease. Comforting carbs, bright flavors, and hearty sauces tempt your palate.…

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