37 "Classic Establishment" restaurants in Miami.
Robert Is Here is a market in Homestead that sells great produce, homemade sauces, and excellent milkshakes.
Tio Colo is a Hialeah restaurant best known for its Cuban ice cream sandwiches, or bocaditos de helado.
Arbetter’s is a classic spot in Westchester where generations of Miamians go for hot dogs and cheese fries.
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.
Knaus Berry Farm is a classic bakery in Homestead where people wait hours in line for incredibly good cinnamon rolls.
Frankie’s is a classic spot on Bird Road that serves square pizzas with a crispy crust.
Piman Bouk is a classic Little Haiti restaurant where you’ll find really good versions of goat, oxtail, and more Haitian dishes.
Going to La Palma for churros and hot chocolate has become a Miami tradition every time it’s cold.
Naomi’s is a classic spot in Little Haiti serving Haitian and Caribbean food. You can take it to-go or eat it in their pretty courtyard.
Royal Castle is a classic Miami restaurant that serves really tasty burger slider “six-packs” alongside a 24/7 breakfast menu.
Captain Jim’s is a casual restaurant in North Miami that serves simple but delicious local seafood.
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.
Little Havana’s Versailles is the most famous Cuban restaurant on the planet, but it’s thankfully also still good.
Sanguich De Miami in Little Havana makes the best Cuban sandwiches in the city.
Kush serves some of Miami’s best burgers. It’s in one of the quieter corners of Wynwood, and best for small groups.