16 "South of Fifth" Restaurants in Miami.
Oche is a big, shiny bar in South Beach where you can play a high tech game of darts.
Azabu is an upscale South of Fifth sushi restaurant. It’s not cheap, but the sushi is great.
Carbone is a South Beach restaurant that just isn’t worth the trouble it takes to get a table.
Abbalé Telavivian Kitchen is a very good Israeli restaurant in South of Fifth perfect for a lazy lunch.
Intimo is a fancy Nikkei restaurant in South of Fifth. The food’s not bad, but the interior is ridiculous and so bright you’ll need sunglasses.
Ted’s is a dive bar in South of Fifth. It’s pretty much the only place in South of Fifth with cheapish beer and no dress code.
Joe’s Stone Crab is a seafood restaurant in South Beach that’s over 100-years-old. It’s famous for long waits and stone crabs.
The ScapeGoat is a very small cocktail bar in South of Fifth that can get rowdy on weekends, but is pretty chill during Happy Hour.
Stubborn Seed is a fine dining restaurant in South Beach where the main attraction is creative, delicious food.
Orilla is a pretty Argentinian restaurant inside Urbanica The Euclid Hotel. It’s a good spot to share some small plates and have cocktails.
Sorbillo is a Neapolitan pizzeria in South of Fifth from the people behind the most famous pizza place in Naples.
Minibar is a little hotel bar in South of Fifth that has a good happy hour, some outdoor seating, and fantastic wallpaper.
Big Pink is a touristy South Beach diner with over 100 things on the menu, including burgers, pasta, and fried chicken.
Joe’s Take Away is the much more casual location next door to Joe’s Stone Crab where you can show up in shorts and get food to go.
Planta is a stylish restaurant in South of Fifth with an entirely plant-based menu and things like watermelon sushi and fried cauliflower sandwiches.