$25 for $45 worth of lunch and dinner for two
The first Zona 168 sprang to life more than a decade ago from Santiago de Surco in Lima, Peru. Today, the restaurant has come all the way to Miami, where guests are greeted with authentic Peruvian recipes straight from the food's country of origin. Each dish, with its fresh ingredients and vibrant hues, is a treat for the eyes and mouth. Take the ceviche for instance—the colorful creation stations seafood and veggies between two towering crab claws. Another Peruvian favorite, lomo saltado, couples rice and beans with sirloin steak for a protein-packed meal that will give you more than enough energy to drive home and go to bed.