Quick Hits: Where To Eat In Miami Post Irma

Previous PostIf You Like Mexican Food And Art, Then You Have To Try Tacos Huevos
Next PostBest Farm To Table Restaurants In Atlanta

H&W CHEESE STEAK Shaved Rib EyePhoto Credit: Menin Hospitality

As Miami is still picking up the pieces and working to restore the city following Hurricane Irma, many of its restaurants and hospitality destinations have hustled to open their doors yet again to serve those throughout the city who are still without power. If you’re looking for a place to grab a meal and utilize power outlets, the following destinations are now open throughout Miami (for the most up-to-date, complete list of all restaurants/stores, check it out here):

  • BRICKELL CITY CENTRE/DOWNTOWN AREA:
    • EAST, Miami Hotel (in-room dining to resume at 6:00 a.m. on September 14th)
    • Quinto La Huella (open for breakfast, lunch and dinner with a limited menu)
    • Sugar Rooftop (open September 14th at 4:00 p.m.)
    • Pubbelly Sushi
    • American Harvest
    • Big Easy Winebar
    • Baby Jane
    • Cantina La Veinte
    • Komodo (for dinner)
    • La Sandwicherie (Brickell location)
    • Lima at Atton Brickell Miami
    • The Arkitekt in Brickell
    • Rusty Pelican
    • Poke 305
  • MIDTOWN/EDGEWATER/MiMo:
    • Mignonette
    • Caja Caliente
    • NOA Cafe
    • Vagabond
    • Panther Coffee (Wynwood)
  • SOUTH BEACH
    • Bodega
    • Pizza Bar
    • Mondrian South Beach
    • The Gale
    • Kaskades South Beach
    • The Shelborne South Beach
    • Halves & Wholes
    • Ricky’s
    • Via Emilia 9
    • Yardbird
    • Meat Market Miami Beach
    • Prime Italian
    • Prime 112
    • Jezebel
  • CORAL GABLES/COCONUT GROVE
    • Spring Chicken (Coral Gables)
    • Swine
    • Ariete
    • Greenstreet Cafe
    • Town Kitchen & Bar
    • Hillstone
    • PokeBar
connect with haute living National
Loader