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Must Visit Miami Beach Restaurants

All Near the Claremont Hotel

Miami Beach has an amazing and unique restaurant and bar scene just waiting for you to discover. Nearby the Claremont Hotel, you're in the heart of it all from authentic food, upscale dining, eclectic bars, and nightlife. Learn how to eat like a local and explore the best restaurants venues in town - all within walking distance of our hotel. 

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Time Out Market


Miami has one of the most diverse food cultures in America, and Time Out Market displays this perfectly. There is something great for everyone at Time Out Market- from Asian-inspired food, to Columbian food, and there is no better way to explore Miami's food scene. With over 17 restaurants to choose from, and three spaciously themed bars, this place will surely keep you entertained. Whether you're on a romantic night out, visiting with family or bringing a group of friends along, you'll be sure to find perfect options for any taste bud.



After visiting the Lincoln Road Mall, stop by the Sky Yard for some food and drinks! Take in the magnificent views of Miami Beach while sipping a signature cocktail from their rooftop restaurant and bar. Enjoy their delicious steakhouse bites or their Asian-inspired raw dishes with Latin infusion. Soak in the Miami sun or enjoy a beautiful Miami sunset atop this unique rooftop venue! 



Located less than 10 minutes from the Claremont Hotel, Benh Mi is an iconic lunch spot to grab a unique bite to eat. Located in the heart of South Beach, there’s no doubt as to why so many people stop by to eat. If you’re looking for a quick and satisfying meal, look no further than Benh Mi. Serving savory and delicious sandwiches such as herb and garlic roasted pork and BBQ short rib banh mi, you'll quickly see why Benh Mi's menu is so popular.



Taquiza provides amazing tacos that are worth the wait. Head straight down Collins Ave to find Taquiza, one of South Beach's most celebrated taco restaurants. With their homemade blue corn tortillas and queso, there aren't many places better if you're craving authentic Mexican tacos. Just as good as the tacos, if not better, is their homemade totopos, which is perfectly paired with their salsa or queso. 



Tracking down the best pizza spot in Miami is easier than you might think, and visiting Lucali will immerse you in the true classic New York Italian spirit. Lucali has been serving exceptional Brooklyn-style wood-fire pizzas in Miami Beach since 2006, and their energy and passion for pizza is one of a kind. With locally sourced and farm fresh ingredients, their artisanal wood-fired pizzas are served in an inviting, quiet, and rustic location in South Beach's iconic Sunset Harbour. Grab it on the go or enjoy your meal in their inviting and cozy dining atmosphere.

Puerto Sagua


We can't discuss the great city of Miami without mentioning Cuban food. In the heart of South Beach, head straight down Collins Ave and discover Puerto Sagua, a South Beach Cuban diner that has been a Miami staple since the 1960s. Serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner, they are open until 2 am to satisfy your cravings. From affordable cuban sandwiches, to plantains and croquettes, Puerto Sagua has some mouth watering options to help get your day started. Stop by for a bite to after a long day exploring South Beach.  



A little further of a walk from the Claremont Hotel, Joe's Stone Crab is one of Miami's most popular eating destinations. Joe's Stone Crab has been celebrated for over 100 years and featured on the Food Network and Travel Channel. Serving their "secret sauce" and seasonal stone crabs, Joe's Stone Crab is a one of kind seafood restaurant only found in Miami Beach. Reservations are available, so make sure to plan ahead because wait times may be long.

Abbalé Telavivian Kitchen


With the heavy influence of Mediterranean culture in the architecture of the city, Abbalé Telavivian Kitchen is a must visit for authentic Israeli-style Mediterranean food. With three menus for lunch, dinner and an all-day Sunday brunch, their menu will have you salivating at every bite with their unique take on Israeli, Turkish, Greek, and Columbian inspired dishes. Whether enjoying their shakshuka, falafel, lamb, or diverse pitas, this restaurant will satisfy your cravings. Set to model the bohemian atmosphere of Tel Aviv, it's setting in the South of Fifth neighborhood makes it a unique spot to eat. Comfortably take in the beautiful Miami sunset on their charming outdoor terrace for the perfect romantic night out.

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