The 2024 Michelin Guide has spoken, and Miami proudly welcomes three new additions to its prestigious lineup. With a culinary scene already renowned for its diversity and innovation, Miami once again takes center stage, dominating the Michelin selection for the third consecutive year.

While ten one-star winners from the previous year maintained their stellar status, L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon in the Miami Design District remains the lone two-Michelin-starred restaurant in Florida.


New Stars on the Horizon

EntreNos, Ogawa, and Shingo are the fresh faces gracing Miami’s culinary landscape, each offering a unique gastronomic experience.

EntreNos: A dinner-only establishment, EntreNos pays homage to Florida by sourcing nearly all its ingredients locally. Chefs Evan Burgess and Osmel Gonzalez curate a contemporary menu with cross-cultural influences, showcasing seasonal dishes in a sleek setting. Located at 9840 NE Second Ave., Miami.

Ogawa: Nestled in Little River, Ogawa offers an intimate dining experience with just 11 seats. Chef Masayuki Komatsu crafts an ever-changing menu featuring meticulously crafted dishes sourced from Japan. Find Ogawa at 7223 NW Second Ave., Miami.

Shingo: Coral Gables is home to Shingo, where Chef Shingo Akikuni presents traditional Japanese delicacies in a refined setting. With a focus on nigiri, sashimi, and premium sake pairings, Shingo promises an authentic taste of Japan at 112 Alhambra Circle.


Returning Michelin-Starred Gems of Miami (2024)

Miami’s culinary scene continues to impress with ten exceptional restaurants retaining their Michelin stars for 2024. Let’s delve into each establishment:

Ariete (Coconut Grove): This upscale gem fuses American and Cuban influences with classic French techniques. Signature dishes change seasonally, overseen by owner and chef Michael Beltran, for a consistently delicious experience.

Boia De (Buena Vista): Led by chef power couple Luciana Giangrandi and Alex Meyer, Boia De offers a modern Italian haven. Expect an array of delectable pastas, decadent desserts, and a diverse wine program in an intimate setting.

Cote (Miami Design District): Inspired by its New York City counterpart, Cote Miami delivers a unique experience. It combines the classic American steakhouse with Korean barbecue traditions, using top-quality ingredients and marbled beef. Here, dining is an experience in itself.

Elcielo Miami (Downtown): Helmed by Colombian chef Juan Manuel Barrientos, Elcielo takes diners on a modern Colombian culinary adventure. Expect avant-garde techniques and a touch of neuroscience woven into their signature dishes.

Hiden (Wynwood): True to its name, Hiden offers an exclusive omakase experience. Access requires a time-sensitive password, leading to a pre-selected menu featuring the freshest fish flown in from Japan.

Le Jardinier (Miami Design District): This contemporary French restaurant by Joël Robuchon champions vegetables. Savor an elegant, seasonal menu showcasing plant-based delights, including decadent plant-based ice creams.

Los Felix (Coconut Grove): Embark on a Mexican culinary journey at Los Felix. Here, ancestral wisdom meets a welcoming atmosphere, featuring an array of seafood, tacos, grilled meats, and a record bar.

Stubborn Seed (Miami Beach): Michelin-starred Stubborn Seed seamlessly blends various cuisines into a delectable tasting menu experience. Chef Jeremy Ford’s menu boasts classic and seasonal creations, with the Belle Evans and truffle chicken being a must-try.

The Surf Club Restaurant (Miami Beach): Culinary giant Chef Thomas Keller delivers classic Continental cuisine with a modern twist at The Surf Club Restaurant. This glamorous and elegant restaurant offers a memorable dining experience for any craving.

Tambourine Room By Tristan Brandt (Miami Beach): Nestled within the Carillon Miami Wellness Resort, Tambourine Room offers a decadent fusion of French and Asian cuisine. This intimate 18-seat restaurant serves a frequently changing 10-course tasting menu, featuring decadent dishes and a complete sensory experience.

MICHELIN Bib Gourmand restaurants in Miami

Miami celebrates 18 restaurants earning Bib Gourmand awards, with two newcomers in the mix. Returning to the Bib Gourmand list this year are Bachour, Chug’s Diner, Doya, El Turco, Ghee Indian Kitchen, Hometown Barbecue, La Natural, Lucali, Mandolin, Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink, Phuc Yea, Sanguich de Miami, Tinta y Cafe, Zak the Baker, Zitz Sum, Jaguar Sun, and Rosie’s. One new recipient, Tam Tam, was announced.

This year, The Den at Sushi Azabu in Miami Beach, formerly holding a one-star ranking, and Lung Yai, a previous Bib recipient, won’t be making a comeback to the list.

In 2024, Miami’s culinary scene continues to evolve and captivate, with each restaurant adding its own distinct flavor to the city’s vibrant tapestry of tastes and cultures. For more details about the 2024 MICHELIN Guide Florida selection, click on this link.