Michelin Starred Restaurants in Miami
With one of the best food scenes in the world, Miami dining never disappoints. Now, there are 10 restaurants in the Miami area with one Michelin star, and one Miami restaurant has earned two.
Consider our list of Michelin starred restaurants next time you need the perfect place for a reservation to impress a client or celebrate a special occasion.
Inspired by Chef & Owner Michael Beltran's Miami roots, Ariete is a restaurant with an intensely flavorful and beautiful menu. The constantly evolving, seasonally inspired menu is just one factor in Ariete's success. The atmosphere is just as wonderful as the food, family friendly and yet sophisticated. Consider dining on the covered terrace to take full advantage of the beautiful Coconut Grove location.
In an unassuming location, tucked between a laundromat and a medical center in Buena Vista, Boia De is an intimate Italian restaurant that seats just 30 guests. The menu is far more dynamic and innovative than any Italian restaurant you've been to before, with a rotation of mouth watering dishes like king crab tagliolini nero, English pea cestini, and doppio agnolotti.
When Korean barbecue meets classic American steakhouse in the Miami Design District, you get Cote Miami. Consider the Butcher’s Feast which includes four chef-selected cuts of beef, and is recommended by Michelin for first time guests to understand the skill and attention to detail possessed by Cote Miami chefs. With over 1,200 wines to choose from, you can also count on the perfect pairing.
The Den at Azabu Miami Beach
This is a sushi restaurant in its own class, or "an intimate temple to sushi" according to Michelin. The Den at Azabu Miami Beach is located inside The Stanton Hotel in the South of Fifth neighborhood. Elevating everything you know about Japanese cuisine, this is the only sushi restaurant you need in your life.
In the coveted Brickell neighborhood, Elcielo is serving Colombian dishes with a modern and dramatic twist. The chic setting features river views, and the menu maximized on the molecular gastronomy techniques mastered by the chefs.
Serving French cuisine full of flavor at their 8 seat counter, Hiden is one of the most exclusive restaurants in Miami. Located in the Wynwood district, Hiden is accessible only by time-sensitive passcode. Guests dine on a chef-selected 8 to 10 course menu that includes hot and cold dishes, sushi, and dessert, all inspired by what is seasonally available.
L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon
L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon is the only Miami restaurant to have earned 2 Michelin stars in the 2022 FLorida Guide. The name refers to a craftsman's workshop, a nod to the passionate craftsmanship that goes into the gastronomic menu. The modern French menu showcases seasonal creations and the L'Atelier's signature counter seating allows guests to dine with views of the open kitchen.
With an inspiring vegetable-driven menu, Le Jardinier offers a menu that packs a flavorful punch without the heaviness. Sustainably caught seafood and some poultry and meat dishes are also available, but plants take the spotlight in Le Jardinier's dishes, all served in a retro-glam restaurant in the Miami Design District.
Los Félix serves Mexican cuisine elevated beyond any iteration you have tried before, with a youthful and organic spin on classic flavors. Wine pairings, sourced only from sustainable local farms, complement a menu filled with mouthwatering selections such as pork cheek carnitas, snapper crudo topped with shavings of jicama and avocado aïoli, and grilled octopus with beetroot mole.
For American cuisine with an innovative twist, consider Stubborn Seed. Perfectly crafted cocktails and a handsome, dramatic setting are the backdrop for a menu that has impressed both Michelin and James Beard. The entire menu is almost too beautiful to eat, with signature dishes that combine the comfort of your favorite flavors with the elegance of perfect execution.
The Surf Club Restaurant
Located in the breathtaking Four Seasons Hotel at the Surf Club, The Surf Club Restaurant blends all the best of old school glamour into their modern Continental approach. Perhaps you will like the scallop crudo with buttermilk-basil dressing, Maine lobster thermidor with sauce Américaine, or the coconut chiffon cake with lime-flecked crème anglaise.
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