25 "People Watching" restaurants in Miami.
Zak The Baker is a Wynwood bakery where you will find the best breads and pastries in Miami.
Cafe La Trova on Calle Ocho is a huge Cuban restaurant with live music, great cocktails, and very good food.
Mandolin Aegean Bistro in the Design District serves very solid Mediterranean food on a beautiful outdoor patio.
Enriqueta’s is an old-school Cuban diner that specializes in breakfast food and great sandwiches.
Soya e Pomodoro is a charming Italian restaurant in Downtown heavily decorated with random things and hosts occasional live jazz.
Taquiza is a rare affordable spot in South Beach that also makes some of the best tacos in the city.
When you’ve had two to four more drinks than planned, head to La Sandwicherie in South Beach after a night out - they’re open until 5am.
La Moon is a casual Colombian spot in Brickell famous for incredibly large hot dogs covered in an equally incredible amount of sauce.
Ember is an upscale American restaurant in the Design District that looks way more interesting than it actually is.
Barton G. is a grossly expensive restaurant that serves bad food alongside ridiculous props.
Komodo is a big, flashy restaurant in Brickell serving a mix of Chinese/Japanese food where people go mostly to see and be seen.
Big Pink is a touristy South Beach diner with over 100 things on the menu, including burgers, pasta, and fried chicken.
Blind Barber is a semi-swanky bar behind an actual barbershop inside the Nautilus Hotel.
Sala’o is an Ernest Hemingway-themed restaurant with a pretty interesting menu and slightly touristy decor.
Union Beer is a beer bar on Calle Ocho great for a drink and a conversation - or if you just want to watch some classic professional wrestling.