what to eat in miami

It's the weekend. But it's not only the weekend, it's Super Bowl weekend. And while you may be missing out on your hometown Super Bowl party filled with all the classic party foods, you're in Miami. We're here to take you through the Magic City and tell you what's worth your stomach's precious time. So let the games begin. 

 

Taquiza

World, meet totopos. If you order anything at Taquiza, order these. They are hand torn blue masa chips served with guac or salsa. We promise you won't regret it. After you enjoy your totopos, dig into the Al Pastor or carnitas tacos.  

 

Yardbird Southern Table and Bar

It's always a good time for chicken and waffles and lucky for you, there's even chicken and waffles in Miami. Yardbird is the place for inventive Southern comfort food and we promise it won't disappoint. Try the Blackberry Bourbon Lemonade and follow that up with some mac and cheese and of course, chicken and waffles.

 

Zak the Baker

Looking for an easy breakfast or lunch? Zak the Baker is your place. It's laid back, filled with every baked good you could want. Looking for something more substantial? Try the breakfast sandwich or avocado toast.  

 

Phuc Yea

Where Vietnamese meets Cajun, Phuc Yea is colorful, industrial, and home to Miami's best pho. Try the caramel chicken wings, the short rib, or the P.Y. Noodles and enjoy the great ambiance. 

 

27 Restaurant and Bar 

Located in a restored 1930s house, 27 Restaurant is a place you don't want to miss. It melds Middle Eastern and Asian flavors with American and European dishes and shockingly, it works. Try the Kimchi Fried Rice, skirt steak, or the yucca fries, and if you're there for brunch, don't pass on the Shakshuka. Added bonus: it's right by famed cocktail bar Broken Shaker. 

 

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