Where to Eat in Brickell

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Your Guide to the Best Brickell Restaurants

As Miami’s financial district, Brickell is a hub of business activity. Luckily for visitors, this means there are plenty of excellent restaurants in the neighborhood, too, ranging from fine dining to casual. Brickell offers plenty of “power lunch” locations, trendy dining options and restaurants serving internationally influenced cuisine. Here are some of the best dining spots to try in Brickell.

Mandarin Oriental Hotel on Brickell Key


Naoe, on Brickell Key, is known as one of Miami's most exclusive dining experiences. It has only 17 seats, one talented chef and no menus. Guests will experience an “omakase” meal, which translates from Japanese as “respectfully leaving another to pick what is best,” allowing Chef Kevin Cory to select and prepare your meal. You’ll spend two to three hours at Naoe’s private bar, watching Chef Cory as he prepares fresh fish and Japanese bites in front of you. Every component of your meal is specially made, including the soy sauce. It comes from Chef Cory's hometown Shoyu Brewery, where his family has been making soy sauce since 1825. Reservations must be made in advance due to limited seating and high demand for this one-of-a-kind dining experience.

Stanzione87 Pizza in oven

Stanzione 87

At Stanzione 87, gourmet Neapolitan pizza is baked for 90 seconds in a Stefano Ferrara Italian wood-burning oven. Owners Franco and Ashley Stanzione run this polished pizza restaurant near Brickell City Centre that’s known for serving up some of the best pizza in town. Pair your slice with a salad and a bottle of wine from the extensive wine list, which includes both domestic and European selections. Be sure to order the fan-favorite Nutella calzone to top off your dining experience at Stanzione 87.

Edge Steak & Bar saw cut rib-eye

EDGE Steak & Bar

EDGE Steak & Bar, located on the seventh floor of the Four Seasons Hotel Miami, is a modern steak house that’s a popular spot for weekend brunches, after-work cocktails and celebratory dining. The menu provides guests with many steak options, such as dry aged, Wagyu, grain-fed or grass-fed beef. If your taste buds are drawn to sea delicacies, Chef Aaron Brooks' seafood dishes are created with the same care. If you can't decide between the two, you can opt for the chef's sampling with drink pairings. Tip: A reservation for Edge's Sunday brunch buffet is a terrific chance to sample a little bit of everything the restaurant has to offer. If you're looking for a lounge where you can enjoy fantastic food, settle in under the twinkling lights at The Terrace at EDGE Steak & Bar.

Casa Tua Cucina

From the founders of South Beach’s glamorous Casa Tua Restaurant, private club and hotel comes Casa Tua Cucina, a fresh concept celebrating la dolce vita. Located inside Saks Fifth Avenue at Brickell City Centre, this food hall offers handcrafted Italian and Mediterranean meals. Inside, you’ll find 10 food stations – ranging from panini and charcuterie to pasta, pizza and “dolci” (delicious traditional Italian desserts) – all made with high-quality ingredients that are sustainably sourced. You can enjoy dining in-house, by ordering takeout or through catering.

Quinto La Terreza at East Miami Hotel

Quinto La Huella

Uruguay’s popular beachfront restaurant Quinto La Huella has found a home in the EAST, Miami Hotel. This unique indoor/outdoor restaurant has a rustic charm that provides the perfect setting to enjoy Latin-inspired dishes, whether inside or outdoors on the terrace. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Quinto La Huella offers fresh flavors such as a red snapper tiradito topped with hearts of palm and grilled over an open fire parrilla; gnocchi with Gulf shrimp in a pesto sauce; and asado de tira braseado – braised short ribs with roasted oyster mushrooms. Meals are simple and created with the freshest seasonal ingredients.

Fi'lia Interior


The SLS Brickell Hotel hotel is home to an indoor/outdoor Italian restaurant called Fi’lia that’s known for its handmade artisanal pizzas and freshly made pastas. While the hotel is upscale, the restaurant is more casual, providing a warm and authentic Italian dining experience. The emphasis here is on the food, with the basics perfectly executed. Classic dishes on the menu range from chicken parm and spaghetti carbonara to Italian sausage pizza and Caprese salad. The restaurant offers both indoor and outdoor dining – and is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as brunch on the weekend.

Cana Interior

Caña Restaurant and Lounge

Delicious Cuban food is one of the many delights Greater Miami and Miami Beach has to offer. If you’re in the Brickell neighborhood, look no further than Caña Restaurant and Lounge to answer your craving. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, this restaurant tucked into the Hyatt Centric Brickell Miami features colorful Cuban wall art and a menu of favorites such as camarones al ajillo (shrimp sauteed with lemon, garlic, olive oil and herbs); a classic Cubano sandwich; tostones; frituras de cobo (conch fritters) and much more. Share small plates with friends or opt for a flavorful entrée. The grand finale? Don’t miss the mango-guava cheesecake topped with berries.

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