Miami International Boat Show is set to take place on February 15th, providing a showcase of some of the world’s most luxurious boats and watercrafts. If you’re coming from out of town and want to enjoy the event, there are many fantastic dining destinations and hotels around the corner. Here are some of the best options:



Casa Bufala – An Italian trattoria and pizzeria located in Sunset Harbour, Casa Bufala offers gourmet wood-fired pizzas, antipasti, pasta, calzones and more. With a handcrafted cocktail bar and a daily happy hour from 4-7 p.m., this cozy and traditional restaurant is perfect for the whole family.

Kosushi Miami – For those looking for a luxurious seafood experience, Kosushi Miami in South of Fifth neighborhood is the perfect destination. The Japanese-Brazilian restaurant features an array of small plates curated by five-time Michelin-starred Chef George Koshoji.

The Deck at Island Gardens – This treasured waterfront restaurant offers marina views and a vast menu including fresh seafood, brick-oven pizzetta, pastas, meats, large plates, and more.

Villa Azur Miami Beach – A chic French supper club, Villa Azur provides a classy culinary and lifestyle experience, with live music, entertainment, and art. Menu highlights include the roasted Chateaubriand Au Poivre and the Dover Sole Meunière.

ASTRA Rooftop – This open-air rooftop restaurant and lounge offers Greek-emphasized Mediterranean cuisine, live entertainment, and sweeping views of Wynwood. Unwind during Sunset Hour and Happy Hour to taste $10 cocktails and wines.

The Moon – A pink, upscale oasis with nightly themed live entertainment and shows, The Moon in Wynwood offers a European menu and $8 and $12 bar bites during the sophisticated happy hour.

Rosie’s: The Backyard – Retreat to Little River for brunch at Rosie’s: The Backyard, a well-known, soul food concept featuring Southern-inspired plates.

Verde at Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) – A waterfront restaurant and bar with a new winter menu inspired by the museum exhibition, Leandro Erlich: Liminal. Located at 1103 Biscayne Blvd Miami, FL 33132.



Arlo Wynwood – A 217-room boutique hotel in Miami’s creative and cultural district with over 250 works of art and complimentary wellness activities. Located at 2217 NW Miami Court, Miami, FL 33127.

Nautilus by Arlo – A 250-room beachfront hotel with a Mediterranean restaurant, saltwater pool, and outdoor event space. Located at 1825 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, FL 33139.

Sagamore South Beach – A historic 101-room oceanfront hotel known for its art programming and exhibitions. Located at 1671 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, FL 33139. Phone: 305.535.8088.

The Elser Hotel & Residences – A 646-room hotel in Downtown Miami close to world-class entertainment, arts, and dining. Located at 398 NE Fifth St., Miami, FL 33132.

Gabriel South Beach – A 132-room boutique hotel in South Beach with two pools and convenient location on Ocean Drive. Located in South Beach.


Whether you’re looking for a luxurious dining experience or a more casual affair, these destinations will ensure that your experience at the Miami International Boat Show is unforgettable.