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From morning through evening, passengers motor to two main and seven remaining hotspots on Water Taxi Miami?s aquatic coaches. Watercrafts ferry riders to and from ports such as Miami Beach/South Beach Marina and Bayside Marketplace, the Mia Marina, where you can shop and dine.
401 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami,
FL
US
For an entree that scores high on the taste test, try one of the many options available at Baires Grill in Miami Beach. Pick your poison and toast your evening — drinks are also served here. Save money on a sitter — kids are welcome to join the table at Baires Grill. Bask in the sun (or moon!) light when you dine on Baires Grill's outdoor patio. Baires Grill is a suitable restaurant for both large and small groups. Great place to bring the whole family with great food and a business casual dress code. Catering from Baires Grill will take your party to the next level. For an easy walk to the restaurant, diners can park in the neighboring lot where valet is also an option. Bike parking is also available outside the restaurant. If you don't want a night that will cost you an arm and a leg but you do want a delicious meal, come to Baires Grill. Reviewers rave about the dinner menu at the restaurant, though breakfast and lunch are also served.
1116 Lincoln Rd
Miami Beach,
FL
US
Inspired by the menus of neighborhood eateries throughout Naples, the chefs at Fresco Miami combine the traditional and modern as they assemble refined dishes using high-quality ingredients. Pastas, pizzas, and grilled entrees are speckled with familiar flavors such as buffalo mozzarella and imported Italian prosciutto, as well as imaginative adornments such as Maine lobster and edible microchips. Adhering to his own time-tested recipes, Alfredo Forgione and his handpicked team of chefs also churn out oven-crisped Neapolitan pizzas. Fresco Miami’s décor, much like its cuisine, effortlessly blends contemporary and time-honored styles. The wall art's vibrant reds and purples stand in contrast to the dining room's hues of black, white, and brushed nickel. Outdoors, patio seating allows diners to enjoy their meals as they keep an eye out for the return of their favorite cloud.
401 Biscayne Blvd
Miami,
FL
US
After more than 40 years, the Hard Rock Café restaurant chain is still rocking and rolling, and this Miami outpost’s position at the Bayside Marketplace keeps it thronged with passersby and gawkers looking to get a glimpse of the memorabilia held inside – or the spectacular views of the bay. Outside tables are preferred by many, though the dim interior manages to light up with old guitars, autographed photo prints and other bits of hard rock memorabilia. This isn’t the place to go for a healthy meal, but fun, relaxed dinner entrées and overloaded lunches make for a filling once-in-a-while experience. Guests can dine on everything from nachos, wings and potato skins to burgers, salads and hefty plates of chicken. Desserts are equally as dangerous, and often come laced with decadent chocolate.
401 NE 103rd St
Miami Shores,
FL
US
Slow down and enjoy a tasty grilled steak at Sparky's Roadside Barbecue. They’ve been in business since 2010, so they are masters of their craft. Great barbecue equals good times and that’s exactly the kind of atmosphere you’re going to enjoy at Sparky’s. That’s the only place, where you’ll be able to savor a number of American styles of regional barbecue as well as their legendary original rubs and six different sauces that give the smoky meat that little something extra to make it truly scrumptious. Everything is thrown on the plate as soon as it's done in the pit – piping hot and fresh with all the mouth-watering juices still inside the meat. There are plenty of tasty appetizers to munch on while you’re waiting for those ribs too!
204 NE 1st St
Miami,
FL
US
Ryan Martin likes to play with his food, not because he's bored with it, but because he's passionate about it. As the chef at 180? @ the DRB, he employs everything from blowtorches to liquid nitrogen, all in the name of gastronomy. Soon, he?ll be introducing a small-plates menu that utilizes molecular gastronomy in each dish. For now, try the chef's casual menu, which features some of his favorite ingredients and techniques. The Anti-Griddle Instead of searing food, the Anti-Griddle flash-freezes it instantly. The restaurant uses this tool for a mixed-green salad topped with candied peanut and frozen rice wine vinaigrette, which melts slowly atop the greens. Liquid Nitrogen Every day, the chef and his staff craft ice cream to order using liquid nitrogen, which freezes bases instantly without using binders or additives. Dehydration ?It?s one of the oldest techniques,? Ryan said. He even uses it to make garlic and onion powders for the eatery, evidence that he takes the term ?from scratch? very seriously. Candied Bacon Marrying two culinary favorites, candied bacon pops up in several dishes at 180? @ the DRB, including its grilled-cheese sandwiches and tuna tataki. The sweet and savory treat can even be ordered by the slice.
255 NE 14th St
Miami,
FL
US