18 "Unique Dining Experience" restaurants in Miami.
Kojin is a restaurant in the back of a Little River ramen shop. They serve really great Japanese dishes, and you’ll need a reservation.
Arson is a Downtown Catalan spot that has merged with its sister restaurant, NIU Kitchen, to create one of the most exciting meals in Miami.
Awash Ethiopian is an excellent Ethiopian restaurant in Miami Gardens where you can scoop up fantastic things with injera.
Redfish is a very expensive waterfront seafood restaurant in Coral Gables. The view is the main attraction.
The Bazaar is an upscale restaurant that serves dishes that look like science experiments. Luckily, it tastes good too.
Shore To Door in Coconut Grove serves fresh fish on the weekends. Their backyard is our favorite place in the whole city to eat seafood.
Knaus Berry Farm is a classic bakery in Homestead where people wait hours in line for incredibly good cinnamon rolls.
Amara At Paraiso in Edgewater is a beautiful place to eat outside and take in the view of Biscayne Bay. The mostly seafood menu is also really good.
La Cocina is a cocktail bar in the back of Hialeah’s Stephen’s Deli, and it’s fun enough to visit whether or not you’re eating at the restaurant.
Allapattah’s Smart Bites is a good option for a kind of healthy lunch - but the coolest part about this place is the huge, lush outdoor seating.
Da Tang Zhen Wei is a Chinese hot pot spot in Brickell with a ridiculously over-the-top dining room.
Boater's Grill is a casual seafood spot inside Bill Baggs State Park. It has a really nice view of the water too.
Hiden is a $170 omakase spot in the back of a taco place in Wynwood, and is home to one of the best special occasion meals in the city.
Barton G. is a grossly expensive restaurant that serves bad food alongside ridiculous props.
El Carajo is a Spanish restaurant in the back of a gas station where you can pick out a bottle of wine from the store and eat tapas.