Miami diningYou’ve probably heard about the diverse culture of Miami, FL. It may even be what drew you to visit this part of Florida. Well, you’ll be glad to know that Miami will not disappoint. In fact, that’s one of the tthings we love about Miami.

What makes Miami even more enjoyable is that with its diverse culture comes diverse cuisine. This city in South Florida is home to some really great, unique restaurants featuring dishes from around the world. Here are just a few top new restaurants you may want to check out.

1. Able & Baker

As a reverse Speakeasy, Able & Baker offers a unique bar and lounge in the front and comfortable sit-down restaurant space in the back. Their food is Japanese inspired, featuring fresh, local ingredients. You can make plans to enjoy Able & Baker for just a drink, or enjoy a full meal with friends.

2. Grown

You may have seen the buzz circulating on social media about the new restaurant Grown, opened by NBA star Ray Allen. Grown features “fast food” that’s fresh, organic, and not mass produced. It has food for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, including gluten-free options. 

3. The Spillover

Hungry for seafood? Check out The Spillover. From Key West Conch Salad to a Lobster Reuben, all of The Spillover’s menu items are locally sourced and easily paired with their extensive list of ciders, wines, and beers.

These restaurants are only three of the numerous dining experiences you can experience in the Miami area. While you’re here, take some time to explore Miami’s diverse culture and food.

To get around town, don’t forget to reserve a van rental from Carl’s Van Rentals of Miami. We have minivans, passenger vans, and more to help you explore the city. Check out our current rental specials, and contact us at (954) 525-8008 to make a reservation.


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