Miami Beach’s Best Kept Dining Secrets
Miami Beach is packed to the brim with best-kept secrets when it comes to great places to dine, drink, and admire the views. Thankfully, you can always check out some of the blog posts like this one to learn more about them. Let’s get started.
Tamara’s Bistro over at the National Hotel is well known for its live musical performances held almost every night of the week. The bar recently unveiled an all-new lobby bar menu which includes a cocktail program. Sip on the new Purple Rain made of balsamic shrub, Remy 1738, lemon juice, and beetroot puree while you admire the views from the terrace overlooking the pool. Tamara’s Bistro is located at 1677 Collins Avenue.
If you haven’t checked out much-hyped Azabu Miami Beach on Ocean Drive yet, you’re missing out. This new South of Fifth eatery features nori-seasoned fish cakes, lobster tempura, and of course the hidden sushi room called The Den. Feeling adventurous? Try one of the forty varieties of Japanese whiskey.
In terms of views, they don’t get much more spectacular than those enjoyed by patrons of Juvia on Lincoln Road. The ambiance feels more like dining at someone’s upscale penthouse apartment versus a traditional restaurant.
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