Staff Picks

The Best New Restaurants in Miami This Month

April 3rd,2017

The culinary scene in Miami is heating up, and we made it our top priority to try the best new restaurants to show up on the scene. Below you will find our top three.



Stephen Starr has done it again, this California-inspired eatery hits the mark. The decor is New York chic and the menu is a fusion of Italian handmade pastas and innovative fresh roasted veggie dishes. We suggest craft cocktails at the bar before diving into the menu. Located in the up and coming SoFi area of South Beach, it has atmosphere, coziness, and an inspired menu full of temptations.

Upland, 49 Collins, Miami Beach, Florida, 33139



Nestled in the newly updated Plymouth Hotel on 21st street, don’t expect a massive sign, the low key and sophisticated golden plaque outside is hard to miss but marks the start of an authentic Japanese meal. Featuring favorite staples such as the Fried Chicken and Oxtail Fried rice, this New York outpost maintains it’s original menu with a couple of add-ons.

Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill, 336 21st Street, Miami Beach, Florida, 33139



Hands down the best lobster roll from New York city has finally made it to Miami. Think juicy pieces of lobster with just the slightest hint of lemon and the perfect amount of butter on a toasted roll. They have a full menu of seasonal dishes and seafood if you are not craving their namesake, however, it’s hard to diverge.

Luke’s Lobster, 701 South Miami Avenue #353, Miami, FL 33131