Old & New Foodie Spots

foodie , May 03, 2021

Restaurants in Miami

Miami is always creating new delicious foodie vibes throughout the city, but we must not forget the oldie but goodie spots that have us keep coming back for more. Here is a list of some places on the rise bringing some vary savory bites to town.

 

New Palettes on the Rising 

OKAMI

OKAMI a sophisticated and wholly unique Nikkei experience in the Miami Design District by partners actor William Levy and Pedro Orihuela has opened. Fusing Japanese techniques with Peruvian flavors, OKAMI brings masterful Nikkei cuisine by esteemed Chef Hajime Kasuga to Miami.

Casa Isola

Chefs Jose Mendin and Santo Angello have launched their much-anticipated Sunday Brunch at Sunset Harbour’s newest eatery, Casa Isola. In addition to select items from the main menu, brunch fare includes: Tortellini Al Brodo – porcini broth and dumpling; Eggs Benedict – prosciutto bread, lettuce, tomato, and pancetta and many more delicious options.

Bodega Taqueria y Tequila

Joining the Bodega Taqueria y Tequila in South Beach (2015) and Fort Lauderdale (2020), the four new locations will be a mix of the flagship Bodega Taqueria y Tequila concept (doubling as a fast-casual taco joint and a late-night speakeasy-style lounge) and the new Bodega Taqueria concept (food-only portion)

Seasy

Seasy - a new dining concept now open in the heart of Coral Gables on Miracle Mile that is serving up healthy seaside Mediterranean fare and traditional Italian cuisine for brunch, lunch and dinner. A combination of the words “sea” and “easy,” Seasy is bringing the fresh seafood and laid-back atmosphere.

The Drawing Room

The well known Drawing Room speakeasy-inspired bar intrigues many visitors with their sushi & sake lounge. The menu features shareable items, sashimi, rolls, riceless rolls, cocktails, sake, and various wine options.