5 New Miami Restaurants you want to know about!

5 New Miami Restaurants

I always receive so many messages asking me about the best restaurants in the Magic City, where to go to eat good local food, and enjoy a nice vibe. Miami has a fantastic list of dining destinations to consider checking out, and the scene is evolving all of the time. Here are five new restaurants in Miami that definitely deserve some of your attention.

If you’re adding these destinations to a night out with friends, remember to consider how you will get around town.

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The Taco Stand | 313 NW 25th Street

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The Taco Stand opened back in March in the Wynwood area, and the casual dining atmosphere makes it perfect for a chill lunch or dinner with friends or a date. There are all different types of authentic tacos to order, as well as the carne asada fries, which are an indulgent experience that you aren’t going to want to miss out on. The tortillas are made to order, so you know that it’s the real deal.

Chef Chloe and the Vegan Cafe | 140 NE 39th St

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This Vegan cafe has been on the scene for about two months ago in the Miami Design District Food Court. Some of the best dishes to consider are the Butternut Nachos, Guacamole Salad, and the delicious homemade pastries. If you’re looking for a sweet treat to combat the hot weather, the soft serve Matcha ice cream is out of this world. The owner won the Cupcake Wars on Food Network, so the pastries are really good!

Le Chick | 310 NW 24th St

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Le Chick is two months old and this cocktail bar located in Wynwood meets music venue is making a splash! Their happy hour menu lasts until 7:30 with a double patty burger for less than $10. Plus, how can you go wrong with truffle fries? The industrial atmosphere and murals along the exterior walls makes the spot feel modern, but the hospitality is always warm.

Mon Sha | 11995 Coral Way

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Having opened in March, this Cajun smokehouse has been making quite a name for itself. With food options like brisket beignets, squash aligot, oysters, and croquettes, at Mon Sha you’ll feel as though you’re in a New Orleans eatery. All of the signature Creole dishes are available here, and its all cooked to perfection. The only downside is that they tend to run out of food when it gets busy, which is a testament to the quality!

La Rue Bistronomie | 3145 Commodore Plz

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La Rue Bistronomy has been serving up authentic French cuisine for about three months now. Self described as a quality brasserie style dining establishment in Coconut Grove, there’s a lot to love here. This feels like a true Parisian cafe transported right here to Miami. The owner is very welcoming, and the menu is super fancy. This would be a perfect choice for an anniversary or holiday!

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