Are you looking for a unique culinary experience in Miami? From trendy farm-to-table eateries to Mexican-inspired cuisine, the city is home to some of the best restaurants in the country. And now, there are even more new restaurants in Miami that offer a range of flavors and experiences. Whether you’re looking for a casual lunch spot or an upscale dinner experience, you’ll find something to satisfy your taste buds. Read on to discover the city’s newest restaurants.


New Miami Restaurants

Aba is set to open this fall in Bal Harbour Shops. Aba is a Mediterranean restaurant originating from Chicago’s historic Fulton Market District. Aba, meaning father in Hebrew, incorporates Chef CJ Jacobson’s lighter style of cooking with influences from the Mediterranean, including Israel, Lebanon, Turkey, and Greece. The bar program, crafted by Liz Pearce, showcases rare Mediterranean-inspired wines and spirits. For more information, visit


Avra Miami is a collaboration between restaurateurs Nick Tsoulos, Nick Pashalis and Marc Packer, Avra isn’t just a place to dine– it’s a destination that transports diners to the whitewashed islands of Greece with its setting and cuisine where incomparably fresh seafood, vegetables and hand-pressed extra-virgin olive oil are the stars. The debut marks the fifth outpost for the more than two-decade-old brand that opened its first location on Manhattan’s East 48th Street in 2000. Today, it has two more Manhattan locations and another in Beverly Hills. Avra Miami is a Greek fine dining al fresco restaurant that opened on November 19 2022 in the Acqualina community and features a seafood ice display. visit


Bayshore Club is a new waterfront restaurant built on the historic site known as Dinner Key and part of Miami’s oldest neighborhood, Coconut Grove. Bayshore Club is inspired by this golden age of flight and we hope you feel the same thrill-seeking excitement of those travelers of yesteryears as you enjoy your pre-flight meal and settle into a vacation state-of-mind. For more information, visit


Bodega Coconut Grove recently opened this summer in Coconut Grove as Bodega Taqueria y Tequila’s newest property. The Mexican-inspired concept features an extensive menu showcasing authentic Mexican favorites along with unconventional and innovative interpretations. For more information, visit


Beauty and the Butcher is set to open this fall in Coral Gables. Taking over Grove Bay’s Public Square restaurant, Chef Ford will bring an elevated dining experience, featuring a menu of seasonal small plates and a focus on different meats, to the Coral Gables area –a neighborhood that is closer to home for the Top Chef champion. For more information, visit


Branja opened in Upper Buena Vista Miami. Israeli chef and Masterchef winner Tom Aviv debuted his first U.S. restaurant right here in Miami. Branja combines the atmospheres of a 1970s Telavivian market with a gastrobar and offers dishes that bring together regional Israeli flavors with global cuisine. At the kitchen counter, perched on your seats you will witness Masterchef Israel Tom Aviv and his disciples throwing spices in the air and firing pots as they intimately create pure magic.Visit


Casa Bufala is set to open in November in the heart of Sunset Harbor. Casa Bufala will offer a Italian fare from the team behind longstanding South of Fifth restaurant Fratelli La Bufala. The casual spot will feature colorful artwork and furniture along with pizzas, pasta, and more. For more information, visit


Contessa recently opened in October 2022 in the heart of the Miami Design District. The restaurant occupies a two-story space in the famed development located at 111 NE 41st Street and open for lunch, and dinner. Inspired by the old-world sophistication of Northern Italy’s iconic villas and estates, Contessa is a classic yet thoroughly contemporary dining destination by MFG Co-Founders and creative forces Jeff Zalaznick, Mario Carbone, and Rich Torrisi. For more information, visit


Double Knot is set to open in early 2023 in the Wynwood Walls. The original Double Knot, located in Philadelphia, features coffee shop on the main floor that turns into a cocktail lounge at night, with a secret izakaya and sushi restaurant underneath (an izakaya is an informal Japanese bar). For more information, visit


The Drexel is a Coastal Mediterranean restaurant nestled in the heart of Miami Beach. Situated on the corner of Miami’s historic Española Way and Drexel Avenue, The Drexel is quickly becoming Miami Beach’s new destination restaurant offering both a chic European atmosphere with elevated yet uncomplicated classic Mediterranean flavors from their open grill and wood oven.


Eating House is set to open this fall in Coral Gables. After nine years, Eating House will debut a second iteration of the restaurant on the pedestrian friendly Giralda Avenue, just steps away from its sister restaurant Luca Osteria. This larger, more “grown-up” version of Eating House will showcase many of its beloved dishes from its first outpost plus a full liquor bar, ample seating, and industrial digs. For more information, visit


Fabel located in the heart of Wynwood in Miami, Fabel is a high energy restaurant concept inspired by summer travels to the beaches on the islands of Mykonos and St. Tropez, combined with Michelin-level service. Old glamour combined with nightlife will redefine the dining experience of our generation. Fabel is a place where your dreams come true and all your senses come to life. The cuisine stems from time tested food found in Cyprus, Jordan, Lebanon, Israel, Turkey and Greece. Their world class cocktail program pushes the boundaries of presentation and flavor while the wine program by Master Sommelier, Christopher Miller, offering some of the rarest and exquisite wines. visit


Freddys Speakeasy recently opened in August inside the InterContinental Hotel. With design elements that reflect the era including vintage furnishings, plush seating and a dazzling candlelit bar, Freddys blends 1920s decor with a modern vibe to create an elevated in-the-know setting. Upon reserving the experience, guests will be provided with instructions on how to access Freddys and will be escorted to the hidden location, where a secret knock will ensure admission. For more information, visit


Fox’s Sherron Inn reopened after seven years with the Lost Boy & Co. Team. The historic establishment originally opened in 1946, and the restoration includes much of the original furnishings including its wood-paneled walls, plush red leather booths and black-and-white floors that match the awning hanging over the bar. For more information, visit


Gekkō recently opened in partnership between Groot Hospitality’s David Grutman and the recording artist, Bad Bunny. Located in Brickell, Gekkō immerses patrons in a fusion of elevated steakhouse surroundings with the modern-and-precision-of Japanese cuisine. For more information, visit


Italica Midtown recently opened in September in Midtown. From the team behind Negroni Bistro & Sushi Bar in Midtown Miami and Italica Pizza in Aventura comes Italica Midtown, a Italian-inspired pizzeria with live entertainment and a spritz bar where guests can personalize their own drink with a variety of garnishes, mixers, and more. For more information, visit


Joe’s Pizza Wynwood recently opened in Wynwood Miami from NYC. The establishment has been one of New York’s most popular hot spots since 1975 and will soon be a favorite in Miami. For more information, visit


Klaw Miami recently opened within a special piece of history, The Miami Women’s Club which was organized in the 1900s and played a significant role in the development of the city. The Waterfront Restaurant hold Edgewater’s only rooftop bar, promising unspoiled views of Biscayne Bay and the Miami Beach skyline. For more information, visit


Kuba On The Bay is set to open this fall in Doral. The new dining concept stems from the beautiful traditons of Latin and Caribbean music, cuisine, and culture. For more information, visit


Kush At The Clevelander recently opened in September as Kush Hospitality Group’s newest addition. Just like every other concept, Kush at the Clevelander stays true to the KHG brand, celebrating Miami with a dazzling decor of a 305 fever dream, sports memorabilia, iconic art, pop culture references, and more. For more information, visit


MaryGold’s, the highly-anticipated new restaurant collaboration by Chef Brad Kilgore and Bar Lab, opened to the public on Friday, November 18 at the Arlo Wynwood hotel in Miami’s preeminent creative and cultural district. The restaurant showcases sophisticated yet approachable cuisine along with a cocktail program that melds imaginative ingredients with meticulous technique.


Mayfair Grill + Sipsip recently opened this October in Coconut Grove celebrating the city’s Caribbean ancestry. Sipsip is a Calypso-style pool rum bar with island-inspired cocktails, cuisine, and live music. The Mayfair grill is the hotel’s flagship restaurant, garden-café, and courtyard bar inspired by wood-fueled, open-fire Sonoran cuisine from Arizona, Southern California, and New Mexico. For more information, visit


Midorie opens this October in Coconut Grove as Wabi Sabi’s sister restaurant with a selection of sushi and upscale counter-service. In addition to choosing from their a la carte menu, diners can order omakase plates with wine, sake, and Japanese beer. The design of the restaurant is done by local artists and offers 20 seats to guarantee intimacy and “kikubari” meaning the art of caring for others. For more information, visit


Neya recently opened in Surfside and is inspired by the history and culture of the Mediterranean, North Africa and Middle East. Neya Restaurant is established to be an upscale, yet relaxed dining experience for Surfside locals and visitors’ alike to enjoy craveable non-Kosher Israeli dishes. For more information, visit


Ogawa is set to open this fall. Alvaro Perez Miranda, the restaurateur and art dealer behind Hiyakawa and Wabi Sabi, is debuting an intimate 12-seat Japanese restaurant in Little River later this year. Omakase by master chef Masayuki Komatsu will be filled with ingredients from Tokyo’s famed Toyosu fish market, while guests will dine amongst one-of-a-kind Nihonga art pieces by Ryota Unno and a Kakejiku scroll by calligraphy artist Keika Ogawa. For more information, visit


Puttshack is set to open this fall is Brickell City Centre. Puttshack is an upscale, tech-infused mini golf experience pairing modern technology with crazy courses and cool vibes for an experience that you won’t find anywhere else. For more information, visit


Rooftop Cinema Club is the ultimate open-air cinema experience, Rooftop Cinema Club, started as a single rooftop in London’s Shoreditch in 2011 and has expanded globally. The theater is known for bringing a social experience to movie showings of famed classics and newer releases accompanied by theater snacks, a full food menu, and specialty cocktails. For more information, visit


Rum Room is set to open this November inside the Miami Beach Convention Center. The Rum Room will take over the oldest public structure in Miami Beach, Carl Fisher Clubhouse. The space will remain true to its historic roots and architecture, but offer contemporary food and drink options from a rotating roster of local chefs. For more information, visit


Sushi by Scratch Miami recently opened their newest location is Miami. The establishment offers a unique Omakase experience that serves seventeen courses. The experience features an intimate counter housing 10 prized seats where you will sit right up to the chef’s cutting boards. For more information, visit


Sushi|Bar is an intimate Omakase Speakeasy that serves up a whimsy of its namesake fare in 17 courses. Behind an unmarked door lies an intimate counter housing 10 prized seats where you will sit right up to the chef’s cutting boards. Relax and enjoy as the chefs prepare a playful reverie on new wave nigiri and other delicacies from both land and sea in a free form interpretive take on the traditional sushi counter experience where you can expect unexpected riffs on beloved standards. For more information, visit


The Gibson Room recently opened its doors in Coral Way as Arite Hospitality Group’s newest location. This contribution to Miami’s growing lineup of remarkable dining and drinking spots, is an unpretentious bar on the outer limits of Shenandoah, with a solid lineup of live music and vinyl every night with an elevated cocktail and food menu. For more information, visit


QP Tapas recently opened in September in Coral Gables with a menu inspired by izakaya and Spanish tapas. Each Friday and Saturday night at 5:30 p.m., MKT Kitchen transforms from cafe and market to restaurant serving Chef Josh Elliott’s dinner menu. For more information, visit