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Best Restaurants in Miami

Sophisticated Dining for a Sophisticated New Address

Culinary Experiences Surrounding Elysee

Elysee’s premier Edgewater location puts Miami’s finest entertainment and culinary experiences right at your fingertips. These luxurious residences soaring to completion on the shores of Biscayne Bay are ideally located near several of the area’s leading restaurants, offering residents unparalleled opportunities to discover where the New Miami dines.

 

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Vegan Delights

Plant MiamiLocated just a 10-minute stroll from Elysee, this refined bistro serves a fresh take on modern plant-based cuisine.

The culinary team places an emphasis on natural ingredients and environmental sustainability, crafting a menu of beautiful vegan, kosher dishes inspired by the South Florida landscape.  

The restaurant also offers a selection of biodynamic, sustainable wines and craft cocktails to complement its meals, which can be enjoyed within Plant’s airy interior or in an al fresco dining setting on the outdoor patio.

0.5 miles
10-minute walk
3-minute Uber ride
4-minute bike/scooter

 

 

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An Ode to the Past

Mignonette Downtown – Mignonette is a popular seafood and oyster bar housed in a reimagined 1930s gas station. Described as “Old Florida meets New Orleans,” Mignonette is a great place to enjoy fresh, delectable seafood served with luxurious yet familiar flair. Menu highlights include seafood towers, bouillabaisse, South African lobster tails, filet mignon and a range of mouth-watering options.

0.7 miles
14-minute walk
3-minute Uber ride
3-minute bike/scooter

 

 

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Seaside Views

Amara at Paraiso – Amara at Paraiso pairs Latin-inspired coastal cuisine with sweeping views of beautiful Biscayne Bay. Diners are encouraged to dive into James Beard Award-winning chef Michael Schwartz’s menu of seafood platters and table-sharing favorites such as the parillada with banana leaf-wrapped cobia, grilled octopus, giant prawn, and diver scallops. Non-seafood options include Korean short ribs, bone-in ribeye, lamb ribs, empanadas and more.

The restaurant will also celebrate its very first “Feastgiving Weekend” from November 27 – December 1 with their spin on Thanksgiving dinner in Miami, from turkey wings with sweet & sour ajichile sauce to whole roasted calabaza squash stuffed with creamy calabaza rice. They’re even hosting a special happy hour on November 27th and will continue the holiday festivities all weekend long with a special champagne brunch.

0.9 miles
19-minute walk
5-minute Uber ride
7-minute bike/scooter

 

 

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Sushi in Style

SUGARCANE Raw Bar – Since opening in 2010, SUGARCANE Raw Bar Grill has become a local favorite synonymous with “casual cool and innovative cuisine.” Miami’s best sushi and an eclectic mix of open fire-grilled fare and globally-inspired tapas are served at this warm and welcoming brasserie-style restaurant, which boasts three unique kitchens – the open fire grill, raw bar and traditional kitchen. Elysee residents can consider SUGARCANE their new go-to destination for small plates and artisanal cocktails.

1.1 miles
21-minute walk
5-minute Uber ride
8-minute bike/scooter

 

 

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Florida Fare

Three – Named for the Wynwood Arcade’s Cooking School, Restaurant, and Rooftop Lounge, Three combines seasonal Floridian cuisine with an unforgettable tropical atmosphere. Reserve a table and indulge in the master chefs’ tantalizing brunch and dinner fare, from local burrata with homestead papaya to Cape Canaveral Royal Red Shrimp with rice grits, perfectly matched with a selection of sensational spirits.

Three also hosts an annual Miami Thanksgiving dinner, the “Family Style Feast,” for just $65 per person. The dinner features flavorful takes on holiday classics, such as slow-cooked heritage turkey breast and turkey leg confit with warm cranberry-pistachio salad and Yukon Gold potato gnocchi.

1.2 miles
6-minute Uber ride
8-minute bike/scooter

 

 

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Sky-High Spirits

Astra Miami – This trendy rooftop restaurant, bar and lounge takes dinner with a view to new heights, showcasing truly spectacular 360-degree views of Wynwood. Snag a seat on one of the overstuffed sofas and appreciate nightly performances from a host of international DJs and live bands, while the bartenders mix designer cocktails and the chef prepares Mediterranean-inspired plates such as carpaccio with Chilean sea bass, bistecca alla Fiorentina and grilled halloumi with pita.

1.2 miles
6-minute Uber ride
8-minute bike/scooter

 

 

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Speakeasy Style

Prohibition – Diners are transported back to the 1920s at this fantastic speakeasy style restaurant, where they can come for a drink and stay for food so good, it should be illegal. The hip restaurant features a tempting menu of elevated comfort foods such as steak frites, escargot, lobster and oyster mushroom truffle pasta, to name a few.

1.2 miles
6-minute Uber ride
8-minute bike/scooter

 

 

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Wood-Fired Dining

KYU – Foodies exploring Wynwood are encouraged to reserve a table at this James Beard-nominated wood-fired Asian restaurant. The Japanese philosophy of “wabi sabi” – the art of finding perfection in something imperfect – is thoughtfully carried through KYU’s raw atmosphere and diverse menu. Here at KYU, expert culinarians serve a “mash up” of modern American and Asian BBQ, using Japanese-inspired methods to grill up sustainable meats such as duck breast and Wagyu beef.

1.6 miles
8-minute Uber ride
9-minute bike/scooter

 

 

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Hidden Dining

Hiden – This totally unique, Japanese-style fine dining experience is meticulously planned and uses only the highest quality ingredients. Hiden’s goal is to provide each guest with “our most primal instinct: happiness.”

The innovative culinary concept seats just 8 people and is served as a traditional omakase, a form of dining in which diners leave themselves in the hands of the chef for the ultimate dinner experience. True to its name, Hiden is tucked away within a taco shop in Wynwood. Guests can only enter through a private door that does not share the restaurant’s name and which can only be opened with a four-digit code shared on the date of the reservation.

1.8 miles
8-minute Uber ride
10-minute bike/scooter

 

The New Miami Lives Here

Elysee residents enjoy direct access to Miami’s finest dining experiences, thanks to the luxury tower’s proximity to the Design District, Wynwood Arts District, Midtown, Brickell, Downtown and Miami Beach. Grand waterfront residences featuring unparalleled views of Biscayne Bay and an accompanying menu of bespoke amenities and services are now available. Sales gallery now open: 2955 NE 7th Avenue, Miami, FL 33137. To schedule a private presentation, call 305.768.9719.